Citi Performing Arts Center

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The centerpiece of the Theater District, this stage boasts an impressive history. In recent years, performances of Riverdance and Miss Saigon have attracted record crowds and further cemented its reputation as a worldclass theater. It is also the home of the Boston Ballet and New England's largest movie screen. Established in 1925 as an ornate movie house named the Metropolitan Theater, this venue was designed by noted architect Clarence H. Blackall, founder of the Boston Architects' Collaborative. The Citi Performing Arts Center comprises of three theaters - the Wang, the Shubert and the Colonial.

Location:  270 Tremont Street