Grand Opera House (Boston)
The Grand Opera House (est.1888) of Boston, Massachusetts, was a theatre in the South End. Architect George Snell designed the 2,600-seat building on Washington Street. Managers and proprietors included Proctor & Mansfield, A.H. Dexter, George W. Magee, and Stair & Wilbur. Performances included Glyn's Three Weeks.
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- Boston Daily Globe, Dec. 29, 1893
- Boston Daily Globe, May 8, 1899; Feb. 5, 1902
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- Bostonian Society. Photo of Grand Opera House at 1176 Washington Street, ca. 1890