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Shubert Theatre

265 Tremont St., Boston, MA, 02116
(617) 931-2787

Created by Citi Performing Arts Center

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Shubert Theatre
265 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 931-2787
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Performers Coming to this Venue
Alton Brown
Alton Brown
Credits his mother and grandmother for inspiring his interest in the culinary arts. Is a motorcycle enthusiast. Started out as a cinematographer and director of videos and commercials; was the director of photography on the music video for REM's "The One I Love....
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer the Musical
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer the Musical
First airing in 1964, RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER has become a beloved Christmas classic – capturing the hearts and wonder of generations of fans. Now, 50 years later, something magical is happening as the beloved classic soars off the screen and onto the Shubert Theatre stage this holiday season....
Ira Glass
Ira Glass
Ira Glass started working in public radio in 1978, when he was 19, as an intern at National Public Radio's Washington headquarters. Over the course of the next 17 years, he worked on nearly every NPR news show and did nearly every production job they had: he was a tape-cutter, desk assistant, newscast writer, editor, producer, reporter, and substitute host....
Reviews & Comments
Aug 09, 2009 - Sabrinafaire
Shubert Theater

We attended the Jersey Boys performance tonight at the Shubert Theater. I believe it should have been a great show. I truly wouldn't know, thanks to the 4 drunken ladies (and I use the term "ladies" loosely) that were seated next to us. They were drunk to the point where they stumbled and fell down the stairs. We were bumped, banged, and harassed by their rudeness all evening. If we wanted to see and HEAR 4 people in that condition, we would have gone to a cheap karaoke bar, not paid $350. for prime seats. We did not hear one song from the actual performers until the end of the 2nd act, when one of these drunken "ladies" passed out. At one point, the usher tried to ask them to stop and was unsuccessful. Security spoke to them at intermission, after they had purchased more drinks, and they quieted down for a few minutes until the security people left. Our night was already ruined. At the end of the show, we asked to speak with a manager, and were met by someone, not the manager, who asked us to email him in a few days and he would see about possibly getting us tickets to another show, but couldn't guarantee when or where, "maybe in the upper balcony or wherever". We left knowing that the Shubert does not value their patrons.
We joined the "Club" and purchased the tickets in December 2008 to assure we would get the best possible seats to a show that we were eagerly awaiting. The seats were good. The experience was AWFUL. I think we need to start going back to New York to actually attend the "theatre".

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