- Performing Arts
Boston Opera House
539 Washington Street Boston MA 02111 View Map
Since it was built in 1928, the Thomas Lamb-designed BF Keith Memorial Theatre has been an important piece of Boston's architectural and cultural history. The Boston Opera House project restored the 2,600-seat landmark in the Boston theater-district and created a state-of-the-art facility with the capacity to accommodate the largest Broadway performances.
The design called for enlarging the stage house, providing new seating configurations, upgraded acoustical and lighting systems, as well as new egress, loading support facilities, and management offices. The theatre contains museum-quality ancillary spaces such as lounges, passages, and lobbies which all required renovation and reprogramming.