265 Tremont Street,
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Boch Center (Official)
Previously operated by: Shubert Brothers Theater Company
Architects: Thomas M. Jones
Functions: Live Theatre
Styles: French Renaissance
Previous Names: Sam S. Shubert Theatre
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The Sam S. Shubert Theatre was opened on January 24, 1910, Named after the deceased brother, it was designed by Boston based architect Thomas M. Jones. Seating is provided for 1,550 with 650 in the orchestra, 500 in the first balcony and 400 in the 2nd balcony. There are two orchestra boxes and two balcony boxes on each side of the 40ft wide proscenium The stage is 50ft deep.
By the mid-1930’s it was operating as a movie theatre. By 1963 it had returned to legitimate theatre use. It is operated by the same operators as the Wang Theatre.
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