6 South Main Street,
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Stetson Hall is an exceptionally handsome Greek Revival building in Randolph center, to the south of Boston. It was a gift to the town in 1842 by Amassa Stetson, a wealthy local businessman. The auditorium on the second floor was originally intended for town meetings, but it was also used for lectures, plays and concerts.
After town meetings were moved elsewhere, the little theatre became a commercial venue for silient films. It continued as a movie theatre until replaced by the new Randolph Theatre around 1937. The space was eventually cut up into offices by partitions and false ceilings.
In 2009, the building had been restored, and the auditorium made whole again. It is now used as a community center and for live performances.
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