Emerson/Paramount Center559 WASHINGTON ST BOSTON
Robert J. Orchard Stage
Originally a 1930s cinema palace, the Robert J. Orchard Stage has been enchantingly restored in lively Art Deco style and evokes the thrill of American cinema’s Golden Age while hosting world-class performing artists.
Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre
The intimate, 150-seat Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre (named for former Emerson College President Jacqueline Liebergott) provides the artists and audiences a more flexible and intimate performance space. Exposed brick, tall windows and an open room invite artists to envision their own worlds and create unique experiences for audiences.
Bright Family Screening Room
This room was named for the family of Emerson alumnus and Trustee Kevin Bright, producer of the hit series "Friends" and son of vaudeville performer and manager Jackie Bright. A venue for both film and live performance, the Bright Family Screening Room features 16 millimeter, 35 millimeter and digital projection equipment with seating for 170 people.
Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre219 TREMONT ST BOSTON
Built in 1903 as the second performance venue in Boston’s historic Theatre District, the elegant architecture and impeccable acoustics of the Majestic were originally intended for opera performances. Over the years, the facility was also used for theatre, vaudeville and even movies. When Emerson College purchased the property in 1983, the building had severely deteriorated. After a magnificent restoration, made possible by Ted and Joan Benard-Cutler, the Cutler Majestic Theatre reopened in 2003 and now serves the Boston community by showcasing first-class performing arts groups in its exquisite 1,186-seat auditorium. Recognized as a Boston Historic Landmark, the Cutler Majestic combines state-of-the-art theatre facilities with old world charm.
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