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Boston, MA 02116


The Boch Center, formerly known as the Wang Center for the Performing Arts, is a theater and entertainment venue located in Boston, Massachusetts. It is home to the Boston Ballet and the Boston Opera, as well as a variety of other performing arts groups. The Boch Center hosts a wide range of events, including concerts, theater performances, dance performances, and more. It is located in the heart of the city, near many popular attractions such as the Freedom Trail, Quincy Market, and Faneuil Hall. The Boch Center has a rich history, having been built in the 1920s as a movie palace. Today, it is a vital part of Boston's cultural scene and a popular destination for both tourists and locals.

The Boch Center is a multifaceted venue, with several different performance spaces within its walls. The main auditorium, the Shubert Theatre, is a 2,500-seat venue that is home to many of the Boch Center's larger performances, including Broadway shows, concerts, and dance productions. The Boch Center also has the Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre, a 3,500-seat venue that hosts a variety of performances, including concerts, theater productions, and more. In addition to these two main theaters, the Boch Center also has the Wimberly Theatre, a smaller, more intimate venue with a capacity of around 400, and the Cyclorama, a unique circular space that is often used for experimental performances and events.

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As a leading arts and entertainment venue in the Boston area, the Boch Center attracts a wide variety of performers and artists. Past performers at the Boch Center have included Broadway productions such as "The Lion King" and "Hamilton," as well as concerts by popular musicians like Elton John and Lady Gaga. The Boch Center also hosts comedy shows, dance performances, and other cultural events throughout the year. In addition to its main performances, the Boch Center also offers educational programming and community events, making it a vital part of the cultural fabric of Boston.

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