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Built in 1922 by renowned architect Thomas W. Lamb, the Palace Theater, nationally recognized as the flagship theater of the Loew’s Poli chain, is an exquisite example of one of the last great move palaces which flourished during the golden age of cinema.
Registered as a National Historic treasure, the Palace’s elegant lobbies, crystal chandeliers, gold detailing, almost 3,500 seat capacity auditorium, along with its Broadway-sized stage, make this the largest seating capacity theater of its kind in all of New England.
The theater has undergone a massive restoration and renovation project that expanded the theater’s stage and reduced seating capacity to 2900. The Palace Theater reopened in November of 2004.
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