2017/18 Season Venues 2017-09-21T16:39:13+00:00

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2017/18 SEASON VENUES

Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre
TOSCA | OCT 13 – 22

219 Tremont Street | Boston, MA | 20116

Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre

Recognized as a Boston Historic Landmark, the Cutler Majestic combines state-of-the-art theater facilities with old world charm with impeccable acoustics originally intended for opera performances.

Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre | TOSCA | OCT 13-22 | Boston Lyric Opera

SEATING

  • Seating is divided into three levels: Orchestra, Mezzanine, and Balcony.
  • The Mezzanine and Balcony are accessible by stairs in the main lobby; there is no elevator access to these levels.
  • The Mezzanine overhangs the Orchestra after row K.

ACCESSIBILITY

  • There is no elevator access to the Mezzanine and Balcony.
  • Restrooms are located in the lower lobby and accessible by elevator.
  • There are 30+ stairs to reach the Mezzanine and 60+ stairs to reach the Balcony.
  • Listening devices are available at the box office windows in the lobby.

RESTROOMS

  • Restrooms for all patrons are on the balcony level and the lower lobby level.

FOOD & BEVERAGE

  • Concessions will be on sale for all performances and are permitted into the theater by the venue. BLO requests that candies and bags are enjoyed in the lobby prior to the performance.

COAT CHECK

  • There is no coat check available at the Cutler Majestic Theatre
TOSCA | OCT 13-22, 2017 | Boston Lyric Opera

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The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts
THE NEFARIOUS, IMMORAL BUT HIGHLY PROFITABLE
ENTERPRISE OF MR. BURKE & MR. HARE | NOV 8 – 12

539 Tremont Street | Boston, MA | 02116

The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts

Surrounded by the largest collection of Victorian brownstones in New England and representing the height of urban industrial chic, The Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts is an historic venue located in the South End neighborhood of Boston. The building features a a dazzling copper skylight dome atop a round, brick-lined 23,000-square foot space.

SEATING

  • Seating will be in a one of a kind space designed by BLO’s production and creative team. The space is based off of an Anatomical Theatre Installation at Humboldt University in Berlin, and the seating zones reflect how central and how close the seats are in the space, thereby indicating a more intimate experience.
  • Seating will be on risers, with rows elevated above each other.
  • There are no Mezzanine and Balcony sections in this theater.
The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts | The Nefarious, Immoral but Highly Profitable Enterprise of Mr. Burke & Mr. Hare | NOV 8-12 | Boston Lyric Opera

ACCESSIBILITY

  • There is a set of stairs off of main entrance on Tremont Street to access the theatre. Patrons unable to use the stairs should enter the venue using the elevator to the right of the stair entrance.
  • Accessible seating is located in the first row.
  • The restrooms on the main level are accessible.

RESTROOMS

  • Restrooms are located on the main level and accessible to all seating sections.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

  • Accessible by Orange Line (Back Bay), Green Line (Copley) and Silver Line
The Nefarious, Immoral but Highly Profitable Enterprise of Mr. Burke & Mr. Hare | NOV 8-12 | Boston Lyric Opera

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Huntington Avenue Theatre
THE THREEPENNY OPERA | MAR 16 – 25

Huntington Avenue Theatre, photo by Nile Hawver

264 Huntington Avenue | Boston, MA | 02115

Designed and constructed as America’s first civic playhouse, the building today known as the Huntington Avenue Theatre was the first tax-exempt theatre established in the nation. Construction having begun in 1923, it was formally opened with Sheridan’s The Rivals on November 10‚ 1925. The architect was J. Williams Beal and Sons. It is the resident home to the Huntington Theatre Company.

Huntington Avenue Theatre | THE THREEPENNY OPERA | MAR 16-25, 2018 | Boston Lyrica Opera

SEATING

  • Seating is divided into three sections, Orchestra, Mezzanine, and Balcony. The Orchestra is on the main level, and the Mezzanine and Balcony are on the second level, separated by an aisle break.
  • The Mezzanine and Balcony are accessible by stairs in the main lobby; there is no elevator access to these levels.       There are no stairs required to enter the Orchestra.
  • The Mezzanine overhangs the Orchestra after row J.

ACCESSIBILITY

  • There is no elevator access to the Mezzanine and Balcony.
  • There is one accessible single-stall restroom on the main level.
  • Listening devices are available at concessions in the main lobby.

RESTROOMS

  • Restrooms for all other patrons are on the balcony level and the lower lobby level, accessible by stairs.

FOOD & BEVERAGE

  • Concessions are available in the main lobby.

COAT CHECK

  • Coat check is available in the downstairs lobby.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

  • Accessible by Green Line (Symphony), Orange Line (Mass Ave)
THE THREEPENNY OPERA | MAR 16-25, 2018 | Boston Lyric Opera

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