2018/19 Season Venues 2018-06-20T16:04:51+00:00

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW:
2018/19 SEASON VENUES

Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre

219 Tremont Street | Boston, MA | 02116

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.

Directions and Parking
Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre | BARBER OF SEVILLE | OCT 12–21 | 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

Emerson/Paramount Center
ROBERT J. ORCHARD STAGE

559 Washington Street,
Boston

Emerson/Paramount Center | ROBERT J. ORCHARD STAGE

Originally a 1930s cinema palace, the Robert J. Orchard Stage had closed in 1976 and fallen into disrepair by the time Emerson College purchased the building in 2005. Enchantingly restored in lively Art Deco style, the newly reopened Paramount Center’s largest facility is a 596-seat theatre (see in 360º view) with a brand new stage and orchestra pit. As the newest attraction in Boston’s Theatre District, the Robert J. Orchard Stage evokes the thrill of American cinema’s Golden Age while hosting world-class performing artists.

Directions and Parking
Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre | SCHOENBERG IN HOLLYWOOD | NOV 14-18 | Boston Lyric Opera

SEATING
Seating is divided into two levels: Orchestra and Balcony.
The Balcony is accessible by stairs in the main lobby and elevator access to the back of the balcony

ACCESSIBILITY
There is elevator access to the balcony
Restrooms are located in the lower lobby, and second floor, which is accessible by elevator.
Listening devices are available at the box office windows in the lobby.

COAT CHECK
There is no coat check available at the Paramount Center

FOOD & BEVERAGE
Concessions will be available for purchase.

Artists for Humanity EpiCenter

100 West 2nd Street,
Fort Point, Boston

Harvard University Ray Lavietes Pavilion

The Rape of Lucretia will be performed in the newly renovated and expanded Artists for Humanity EpiCenter, rendered above. Learn more at afhboston.org.

Directions and Parking

SEATING & ACCESSIBILITY
The Artists for Humanity EpiCenter is accessible to all patrons, and access seating will available for this production. Information on seating will be available in the Winter of 2018.

COAT CHECK
A self-serve coat check will be available.

FOOD & BEVERAGE
Concessions will be available for purchase.

Harvard University Ray Lavietes Pavilion

65 North Harvard Street, Boston

Harvard University Ray Lavietes Pavilion

Harvard’s refurbished and rededicated arena for men’s and women’s basketball – The Ray ’36 and Estelle Lavietes Pavilion, formerly called the Briggs Athletic Center – stands among the most historic venues in the sport. The facility underwent multiphase renovation in recent years, completing its transformation prior to the 2017-18 season.

Directions and Parking

SEATING & ACCESSIBILITY
The Lavietes Pavilion is accessible to all patrons, and access seating will available for this production. Information on seating will be available in the Winter of 2018.

COAT CHECK
A self-serve coat check will be available.

FOOD & BEVERAGE
Concessions will be available for purchase.

This is not a Harvard University event and is not controlled, presented, or supervised by Harvard University or any of its schools or programs.