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Although not as flashy as Broadway in New York City, the Boston Theatre District is a magical place—and not just because of all the drama! There are incredible shows always happening at places like Paramount and the Opera House, but the dining opportunities are also part of the experience. If you are looking for dinner and a show, the Theatre District is the perfect destination. Whether you are in Boston for a few days or exploring for a week, don’t miss out on Boston’s theater scene.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Theatre District:
The Theatre District is shaped vaguely like a wedge that wraps around the southwest corner of Boston Common. Running along a part of Tremont Street, Boylston/Essex Street, and Charles Street, the Theatre District encompasses only a small section of the downtown area. Yet, it is full of life, color, and music. Aside from theaters, the district is also home to restaurants, nightclubs, bars, and a few educational institutions, such as Emerson College.
Though the area is more commercial-oriented, some lucky residents get to call this fascinating section of the city “home.” The population of the Theatre District is around 1,500, putting the population density at approximately 50,000 people per square mile. Since the Theatre District is close to Chinatown, many Asian Americans (predominantly Chinese Americans) have settled in the area. It is, however, very diverse.
There are several theaters located in the Boston Theatre District including:
Each of these places has unique stories in regards to foundation and which acts have been held there. Some are more geared towards plays, while the Citizens Bank Opera House is more for ballets. Others are ideal for music concerts. Be sure to check out the venues being held at these theaters so you can make the most out of your trip to Boston.
Did you know that theater was banned by the Puritans? Until 1792, any plays or performing arts were forbidden. Once that ban was toppled, however, Bostonians were swift to open a theater. It only took one year for Boston’s first theater to open its doors in 1793. Since then, the city has been at the heart of American performing arts venues.
By 1900, the Theatre District was glutted with 31 theaters and a total of 50,000 seats. That amount exponentially rose throughout the early 90s. By the 1940s, Boston had 50 theaters. While many of those theaters are now no longer in existence, some of the finest ones remain.
In 2008, Suffolk College purchased the rundown Modern Theatre and remodeled it. Since then, the theater has reopened. Suffolk College ended up receiving a Preservation Honor Award in 2011 for its efforts. Similarly, Emerson College took control of Paramount Theatre to use it as an educational and performing venue.
The Wang Theatre also has a fascinating history. In 1925, when the doors first opened, it was called Metropolitan Theatre. The architecture is the work of Clarence Blackall and C. Howard Crane. In 1962, the theatre became the headquarters of the Boston Ballet and got a new name—the Music Hall. Between the 60s and 70s, several famous ballet companies, such as the Bolshoi and Kirov Ballet, performed there. Later, in 1983, when Dr. An Wang donated to the theatre, the Music Hall became the Wang Center.
Visiting Boston and looking for some excellent nightlife? Maybe an entertaining evening of upscale dining and a comedy show or a ballet? The Boston Theatre District is where you go. You can always find a show or several at one of the theaters—but get your tickets in advance! After seeing your favorite band or dance company, you can keep the entertainment going by visiting Trapology Boston, an escape room challenge with a bar at the center.
There is also several low-key bars, pubs, and bistros throughout the Theatre District, especially along Stuart Street. You can grab an excellent pizza from Blaze Pizza or get some beer and bar grub at Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery. Montien Thai offers up authentic Southwest Asian flavors, as does Pho Pasteur. Up for some cocktails? The Tam or Jaho Coffee Roaster & Wine Bar are both recommended. But with Chinatown, just a quick walk away, you can always grab some authentic Chinese before your show too.
Once you have enjoyed a play or a meal, why not walk around Boston Common or make your way to one of the many green spaces nearby? Statler Park and Eliot Norton Park are smaller than Boston Common, but they are pleasant and tranquil.
Getting to the Theatre District will be no problem. You can hop aboard the MBTA and disembark at either Boylston Street Station (Green Line branches) or Chinatown Station (Orange Line). Multiple buses also service the area.
Perhaps you’re a busy Theatre District parent, trying to juggle the kids’ dance recitals and soccer practice on top of vacuuming and doing the dishes at home. Or maybe you’re a business professional or CEO who doesn’t have the time to deal with dust and dirt when you return home from a long day at work. Or possibly you may have a disabled relative or elderly parent who could use a helping hand around the house.
When you’re searching for a dependable home cleaner in Theatre District, don’t look any further. You can rest easy by choosing Patriot Maids to refer the very best house cleaner for your family. All house cleaners are background checked, come with 2 to 3 years’ experience, and fully equipped to handle any cleaning task. You can arrive at home knowing that your house has been cleaned by a qualified team of professionals and will shine from top to bottom.
Patriot Maids is Theatre District’s premier maid referral agency. Whether you’re looking for a weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or just a one-time deep clean, we make sure you’re able to have the same referred cleaner every single time. They’ll even remember your pets’ names!
Founded in 2018, Patriot Maids is a locally owned and operated cleaning referral agency in Theatre District, Boston, Massachusetts that functions as a matchmaker between clients and house cleaning services. We offer customizable residential home cleaning service referrals in Boston and surrounding areas. Referral agencies reduce costs for customers while raising the income of workers by sending jobs to independent cleaners who register under contract.
The independent cleaning professionals work to their own schedule, utilize their own acquired knowledge to complete jobs, and provide their own transportation. Depending on the needs of the customer, supplies, and equipment are provided by either the customer or the worker. The workers offer professional cleaning services, as requested by the customer, at the lowest possible cost.
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