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Shubert Theatre

265 Tremont St, Theatre District, Boston, MA 02116-5696
+1 617-482-9393
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A little tired, but it's all about the show

Visited the Shubert last week for the first time in many years to see Hedwig, and the old lady... read more

Reviewed June 22, 2017
Northern_Traveler00
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Boston, Massachusetts
Could use some maintenance and less-frightening ushers

Shubert and Wang (not part of the "Boch Center") feel like the unloved orphans of the Boston... read more

Reviewed April 13, 2017
Orserio
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This restored 1500+ seat theatre - considered Boston Theater District's "Little Princess" - continues to be the home for many local community arts organizations. The Shubert Theatre also serves as a venue for the touring companies that present Broadway, theater, music, dance, and opera.
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  • Very good41%
  • Average3%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible6%
Jun 22, 2017
“A little tired, but it's all about the show”
Apr 13, 2017
“Could use some maintenance and less-frightening ushers”
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265 Tremont St, Theatre District, Boston, MA 02116-5696
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Reviewed June 22, 2017

Visited the Shubert last week for the first time in many years to see Hedwig, and the old lady still looks pretty good! We had bought "blind" tickets thru Bostix and ended up in about the 8th row so all I can say is the...More

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Reviewed April 13, 2017

Shubert and Wang (not part of the "Boch Center") feel like the unloved orphans of the Boston theatre scene. Visions of past grandeur are quickly overcome by shabbiness. Instead of selling "named" chairs, perhaps the new administration could consider putting some money into maintenance. Front...More

2  Thank Orserio
Reviewed December 10, 2016 via mobile

There are no bad seats in this theatre. Even the back row can easily see the show. The staff are helpful and friendly, even when reminding you of their no photographs policy. My concerns were that is was chilly inside. Lots of ladies had their...More

Thank tshep42
Reviewed October 24, 2016

Went to see "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" (awesome!) and was happy with the theatre. I have long legs, and I thought the seats were roomy compared with similar venues in NYC. I sat in the Orchestra section near the back and visibility...More

1  Thank Heather O
Reviewed October 11, 2016

Went to see Priscilla Queen of the Dessert. Boy it was funny. Had a great view and the restoration of the old theatre was very good. But, not as good as the Majestic Theater in San Antonio!

Thank funkikker
Reviewed October 5, 2016

The Shubert is a beautiful theater. I doubt that there is a bad seat in the house. It's small and intimate and beautifully restored. W recently attended a performance of "Cheers" and very much enjoyed the experience. And I will follow the schedule of shows...More

2  Thank OldRoadWarrior60
Reviewed September 17, 2016

We went to see the live Cheers plat on Friday evening. It was very entertaining and I would recommend it or any fans of Cheers. We had the VIP package so we were able to go on stage at intermission and have a beer at...More

Thank Mark J
Reviewed February 18, 2016

I took my teenage daughter and her friend to the theater to see "Vocalosity". I wasn't expecting much from the show itself, or from the theater. I was pleasantly surprised by both. Pros: Beautiful theater. Just the right size. Great acoustics. Friendly staff Large/Clean bathrooms...More

Thank Marie N
Reviewed February 8, 2016 via mobile

My wife and I spent a very enjoyable evening at a performance of the play "Love Letters" staring Ali McGraw and Ryan O'Neal! It was a fun night watching these two close friends at work in a wonderful theatre. It's great having shows like this...More

Thank John H
Reviewed February 5, 2016 via mobile

Our first visit here did not disappoint. Easy to find in the city. Lots of staff on hand to direct play goers. Theater is beautiful -100 years old with a spectacular chandelier and architectural details. Acoustics were great, could hear perfectly and had good views...More

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