The Boston Theatre

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See Federal Street Theatre for an earlier theatre known also as the Boston Theatre

The Boston Theatre was a theatre in Boston, Massachusetts. It was first built in 1854 and operated as a theatre until 1925. Productions included performances by Thurlow Bergen,[1] Charles A. Bigelow,[2] Edwin Booth,[3] Anna Held,[2] James O'Neill[1] and others.


Coordinates: 42°21′15.79″N 71°3′45.35″W / 42.3543861°N 71.0625972°W / 42.3543861; -71.0625972


  1. ^ a b John Bouvé Clapp; Edwin Francis Edgett (1899), Players of the Present, 1, New York: Dunlap Society, OCLC 2623904 
  2. ^ a b Eugene Tompkins (1908), History of the Boston Theatre, 1854-1901, Boston: Houghton Mifflin 
  3. ^ Charles E. L. Wingate (1888), Playgoers' Year-Book, Boston: Stage Pub. Co. 

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