Located in Boston, Massachusetts, the Boch Center Shubert Theatre is a nationally registered historic place and has been a mainstay of culture and artistic prevalence since it opened in 1910. The theater is widely known for its Broadway touring engagements, including Les Miserables and Cats. Legendary performers have been drawn to the venue since it opened, including Mary Martin, John Barrymore and Julie Andrews. The theater is also known for its close ties with community artists and performers. The Shubert is a unique venue that provides visitors and performers the chance to fully immerse themselves in the arts. To see the latest cultural events passing through Boston, purchase your Boch Center Shubert Theatre tickets at StubHub.
What is the seating capacity?
The Boch Center Shubert Theatre seating capacity is 1,600.
Is it accessible by public transportation?
Guests attending Boch Center Shubert Theatre events can easily get there via public transportation. The theater is conveniently located on the orange line, which has a stop at the Tufts Medical Center, and the green line, which has a stop at Boylston Street. Both stops are conveniently located just one block from the theater. Additionally, the red line offers a stop at Tremont Street, which is five blocks north of the theater.
Is the Boch Center Shubert Theatre a wheelchair-friendly facility?
The Boch Center Shubert Theatre is wheelchair friendly and offers wheelchair-accessible seats as well as companion seating throughout the orchestra section of the theater. The theater also offers an accessible unisex restroom and chair lift. The theater requests that those needing accessible seating purchase their tickets in advance.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings?
The Boch Center Shubert Theatre offers concession stands in the lobby areas. Depending on the show, food and drink are permitted into the main theater area.
Do I need a sitter, or can I bring the little ones along?
Most Boch Center Shubert Theatre events are appropriate for children four years of age and older. Parents should use discretion, and when in doubt, check the event page to determine if there are any age restrictions. Regardless of age, every visitor to the Boch Center Shubert Theatre must have a paid ticket in order to gain admittance to a performance.
Can I record the show?
The Boch Center Shubert Theatre prohibits both audio and video recording of performances. Photography is also prohibited. This rule is strictly enforced unless an exception has been made by the event or performer.Back to Top