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The Boston Opera House has been filling the seats in one way or another since 1901. Originally built on Huntington, the Boston Opera House was one third of a cultural triangle that included the New England Conservatory of Music and the Boston Symphony Hall. Alas, hard times hit during the depression and the original Boston Opera House was torn down. But it didn’t go easily. It took three attempts before the sturdy old walls came tumbling down.
But in 1928 opera lovers in Boston came to the rescue of the old B.F. Keith vaudeville theater and re-established the Boston Opera House. There have been some hard times since, but today thanks to the help of large numbers of prominent people, including the Kennedys, seats in the Boston Opera House are back on top. Now designated as a National landmark, the Boston Opera House will be around for awhile.
Today you’ll find the Boston Opera House bringing the best of Broadway to Beantown. You’ll also find a little touch of the contemporary. Besides productions of The Lion King and Wicked, you just might find the White Stripes, Linda Ronstadt, or David Copperfield, sandwiched between the more cultural events of The Nutcracker and Phantom of the Opera. Whatever your taste, be it tenor or tomfoolery, you’ll find seating in the Boston Opera House to be comfortable, enjoyable, and available through GoTickets.com.