Vintage colorized postcard showing the Globe Theater on Washington Street, in Boston.
Opened Sept 14, 1903, this building was the 3rd incarnation of the Globe Theater in Boston and originally seated 1,536.
The Globe Theater was known for popular vaudeville acts, “clean” burlesque, dramas, comedies, and musical performances.
Such legends as Abbott and Costello and Gypsy Rose Lee performed on this stage.
In 1947, it became the Center Theater and transitioned
to showing only movies.
By 1995, the movie theater closed,
and the building was reborn as a Chinese restaurant.
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