Enjoy ArtsEmerson’s magnificently restored theatres in the heart of downtown Boston with accessible seating and performances, visitor amenities, and immediate proximity to public transit, paid parking, and places to eat and drink.
The Paramount is home to three entertainment spaces. Amenities include light food and beverages, accessible seating, and accessible restrooms.
This carefully restored Art Deco cinema palace evokes the thrill of American cinema’s Golden Age while hosting world-class performing artists.
With just 150 seats, this space offers a flexible, intimate environment for artists to envision their own worlds and create unique experiences for audiences.
A venue for both film and live performance, this space features 16 millimeter, 35 millimeter and digital projection equipment with seating for 170 people.
Built in 1903 and beautifully restored by Emerson College, this historic landmark and “palace of the people” showcases first-class performing arts in an exquisite 1,200-seat auditorium. Amenities include concessions, accessible seating, and accessible restrooms.
Don’t miss a minute of the show! The Late Policy for every show is set by the artist(s) and their production personnel, and late arrivers will be seated at the discretion of the House Supervisor.