Oct 29 2019
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Nov 10 2019
Rent

Rent

Presented by Boch Center at Shubert Theatre

In 1996, an original rock musical by a little-known composer opened on Broadway… and forever changed the landscape of American theatre. Two decades later, Jonathan Larson’s RENT continues to speak loudly and defiantly to audiences across generations and all over the world. And now, this Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award®-winning masterpiece returns to Boston in a vibrant 20th anniversary touring production. A re-imagining of Puccini’s La Bohème, RENT follows an unforgettable year in the lives of seven artists struggling to follow their dreams without selling out. With its inspiring message of joy and hope in the face of fear, this timeless celebration of friendship and creativity reminds us to measure our lives with the only thing that truly matters—love. RENT won the 1996 Tony Award® for Best Musical as well as the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

Admission Info

IN-PERSON BOSTIX DEAL INFORMATION

The ArtsBoston BosTix Booths will be selling Half Price tickets on the Day of the Show for select performances!

Click here for Booth locations and hours of operation.

All tickets are subject to availability. Seat locations and pricing varies daily.

Phone: 866-348-9738

Email: info@bochcenter.org

Dates & Times

2019/10/29 - 2019/11/10

Location Info

Shubert Theatre

265 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116

Accessibility Info

The Wang and Shubert Theatres offer accessible seating. Accessible seating is available at a variety of prices throughout the Theatres. In the Wang Theatre accessible seating is in certain areas of the Orchestra Floor, and Orchestra Boxes. In the Do you sell accessible seating? Where are they located?

The Wang and Shubert Theatres offer accessible seating. Accessible seating is available at a variety of prices throughout the Theatres. In the Wang Theatre accessible seating is in certain areas of the Orchestra Floor, and Orchestra Boxes. In the Shubert Theatre accessible seating is in certain areas of the Orchestra.

How can I purchase accessible seating tickets to performances?
Boch Center offers accessible and companion seating in a variety of prices and locations throughout the Theatres. Tickets for performances at the Shubert Theatre may be purchased online or by calling 866.300.9761 (TTY 888.889.8587). Tickets for performances at the Wang Theatre may be purchased online or by calling 800.745.3000 (TTY 800.943.4327). For all three theatres tickets can be purchase at the Boch Center Box Office in person, Tuesday – Saturday, 12 Noon to 6PM. Please inform the ticket seller you would like to purchase accessible seats.

Does the Theatre offer ASL, audio-described or transliterated performances?
Whenever possible the theatres try to offer ASL, audio-described or transliterated performances. Please contact info@bochcenter.org for more information.

Does the Boch Center have an Accessible and TTY numbers?
The phone numbers for Wang Theatre are Accessible: 800.745.3000, TTY: 800.943.4327 and the Shubert Theatre are Accessible: 866.300.9761 and TTY: 888.889.8587.

How soon before the performance should I purchase accessible seating?
The Boch Center strongly recommends that guests purchase their tickets in advance to obtain the desired seat location. In the event that all non-accessible seat locations are sold out for a performance, accessible seating locations will be the last released to the general public.

Can I get a companion seat with my accessible seat?
Yes. Both Theatres offer companion seats along with accessible seating.

Do the Wang and Shubert Theatres each have an elevator?
The Wang Theatre is equipped with an elevator available in the Grand Lobby to all levels of the Theatre. An accessible chair lift provides access to the Lower Lobby. The Shubert Theatre does not have an elevator; however, an accessible unisex bathroom is located off the Main Lobby.

How does Boch Center pay for disability access programs and facility upgrades?
Each year, a portion of Boch Center’s operating budget is allocated for Community Service Expenditure, which includes direct cash grants, performance underwriting and discounted Rental fees for local nonprofit resident companies. We also include Access Programming, which includes ASL-interpreted and audio-described public performances for individuals who are deaf, blind or have communication disorders, and facility improvements which maintain physical access to the Center. Additional funding for Access Programming has been provided in the past by VSA Arts Massachusetts, the Bay State Council of the Blind, and various private foundations.