Plan Your Visit
The Huntington Theatre
Designed and constructed as America’s first civic playhouse, the building today known as The Huntington 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.
At the BCA
The Calderwood Pavilion was designed by Boston–based architects for the arts Wilson Butler Lodge Inc.‚ working with theatre consultants Fisher Dachs Associates and acoustical consultants Acentech. It is a 35‚000 square feet complex with a three–story interior space‚ which includes two theatres‚ rehearsal rooms‚ and backstage facilities.
Directions & Parking
View our Access page for full information on venue accessibility.
Contact Us & Box Office
For questions and comments about our online ticketing, contact the BostonTheatreScene.com Ticketing Services.
Phone: 617 933 8600
TTY: 617 424 0694
Calderwood Pavilion Ticketing Services
527 Tremont Street
Boston‚ MA 02116
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