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|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Aug 20, 2017
|Finding Neverland||Boston, MA|
Boston Opera House
The Boston Opera House opened in 1928 as the B.F. Keith Memorial Theatre, a movie palace designed by architect Thomas W. Lamb. It remained one of the most popular movie palaces in Boston through the 1950s. The theater closed in 1980 and was quickly converted to a performing arts venue that became the home of the Opera Company of Boston. The opera company fell victim to financial troubles in 1991, and the theater was left without a tenant.
After years of decay and damage, the theater reopened in 2004 after $38 million in renovations had taken place. The funds for the renovation were provided by the Clear Channel Company.