Loew's State Theater
205 Massachusetts Avenue,
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Opened March 12, 1922, the Loew’s State Theater was a decadent movie palace with velvet seating, opera-type box seats and balcony seating.
Replete with a luxurious ladies room with chairs and sofas and huge mirrors around the room. The theater was filled with chandeliers and carpeted in an Asiatic theme. The theater also had a very large pipe organ and huge red velvet drapes that opened and closed at each showing.
After closing as a movie theatre in 1959, it went over to live performance and concerts use. Sadly, the old Loew’s State Theater on Massachusetts Avenue in Boston was demolished in May, 1968.
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