Boston Children’s Theatre US Map & Phone & Address

Boston Children’s Theatre US Map & Phone & Address

Tsai Performance Center, 685

Commonwealth Ave. Boston;(617) 424-6634

For nearly fifty years, Boston Children’s Theatre has offered live theatre for children by children. Along with acting classes, camps, and projects tied in with area schools, BCT provides a full season of productions that kids will love. Classics like Peter Pan, Hansel and Gretel, and The Sound of Music are all crowd-pleasers. Tickets can cost as little as $3.

Special school-day performances, meant for field trips but open to the general public as well, offer further-reduced ticket prices, and group rates are available. Call for a current schedule.

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