A Night At Boston’s Charles Playhouse

August 25, 2014 12:00 PM
A Night At Boston’s Charles Playhouse
" The Charles Playhouse is one of Boston’s oldest and most-beloved theaters. The building was constructed in the 19th century, but did not become the iconic playhouse until 1958. Since that time, the theater has been host to a number of big Broadway plays and musicals. In fact, Broadway in Boston is the current owner of the space.

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Charles Playhouse 74 Warrenton St. Boston, MA 02116 (617) 426-6912

Getting There

The Charles Playhouse is in Boston’s Theater District behind the Shubert Theatre, which makes it easy to reach by car, on foot or by public transportation. It is walking distance from the Boston Common and several T stations. Finding it is easy in a car simply by taking Tremont St. to Stuart St. where the parking is most abundant.

From the Green Line, get off at Boylston and come up to the surface at Tremont St. Follow Tremont until the Stuart St. intersection and take a right. Look for Warrenton St. on the right. The playhouse is just up the street.

From the Red Line, get off at Park Street and walk down Tremont. Take a right at Stuart St. and the first left onto Warrenton St "

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