Boston Ballet’s mission is to bring new levels of excellence to ballet -- both on and offstage. We will accomplish this through a process that is inclusive in scope, educational, and creative.
Inclusion means making ballet accessible and meaningful to broader segments of our community by:
Expanding the relevance of ballet to the community -- by presenting works that reflect timeless emotions and timely concerns
Demonstrating strong commitment to diversity among our audience, students, artists, and staff.
Including our traditional audience as well as working to develop new audiences.
The Opera House is undoubtedly the most beautiful theatrical venue in Boston. Go for a great show, like one of the Broadway in Boston selections, stay for the atmosphere! No matter where you sit you have a great view of the stage, even in the balcony. Yes, up there you're too far away to really see the performer's face, but you have such a good bird's eye view of all the action (and nice views of the GORGEOUS theater) that you don't mind at all!
My girlfriend surprised me with tickets to Waitress a few weeks ago, marking my first visit to the Opera House. Seating was comfortable enough, though I'm only 5'7", meaning taller folks probably will find things a tad cramped. But I appreciated the attendants guiding us to our seats and the view from the second floor. It's definitely worth a visit when you're in Boston.
Went to see Love Never Dies with my wife. It is a fairly small theater, which suits me fine. There appeared to be not a bad seat in the place. Parking was easy and close, thank goodness, as it was a bitter cold and windy night. Staff were pleasant and helpful and the bathroom line (for the women, no line for the men) went quickly enough. The refreshments, on the other hand, were over priced.
I've seen two plays here both of which were fantastic. The sets and the effort gone into keeping this place clean and up to date shows. I look forward to seeing more plays here in the future, and the theater never gets old.
Beautiful!! Not a bad seat in the place! My husband and I saw "The King and I" back in the spring and it was Fabulous!! We had front row center right mezzanine seats and they were spectacular! Excellent sound, view, etc...I always get dressed up when I come because it is Boston and it's a Beautiful place! I do see people in jeans and I don't get that? Look up and you'll see gorgeous paintings on the ceilings!! Charming and Exciting for a night out in Boston!!
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