Bowdoin Square Theatre
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Styles: Italian Renaissance
A lost theatre of Boston’s Scollay Square, it is mentioned very briefly in David Kruh’s book “Always Something Doing: A History of Boston’s Infamous Scollay Square”.
The Bowdoin Square Theatre was opened on February 15, 1892. The proscenium was 36ft wide and the stage 38ft deep. It started out as a vaudeville stage, but by 1914 was also screening movies as part of the program.
In the early-1960-s, nearly every building in Scollay Square, including all of its stage and movie theatres, was demolished to make way for Boston’s Government Center.
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