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The Huntington reopens the newly renovated and restored theatre to the public!

Located in the heart of Boston, the historic Huntington Theatre has been a beloved home to the Huntington Theatre Company since 1982.
The Huntington has successfully completed phase one of its major construction project which included the restoration of the theatre building and the complete renovation of the adjoining service building which houses dressing rooms, a rehearsal room and event space (now named the Maso Studio), new and additional restrooms, a new elevator that serves all floors, and a new accessible-to-all entrance.

The Huntington’s goals for phase one of the theatre renovation emphasized the preservation, restoration, and revitalization of the architectural beauty of the original 1925 theatre, while also providing critical upgrades and modern comforts and amenities, both in the theatre and behind the scenes throughout the building. Priorities included increased accessibility throughout the complex from the universal design of the new entrance to the additional accessible seats, new elevator, and accessible orchestra pit, as well as sustainability throughout the design.
Phase two of the project will include 14,000 square feet of expanded lobby and public spaces and a permanent new entrance in the neighboring residential tower once it is complete (anticipated for late 2025/early 2026).

The revitalized Huntington Theatre complex will allow The Huntington to expand the scope of our artistic ambitions and better serve artists, audiences, staff, the community, and young people throughout the Commonwealth for generations to come. We look forward to welcoming you to the theatre!