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  1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Federal Street Theatre, Boston The Federal Street Theatre (1793–1852), also known as the Boston Theatre, was located at the corner of Federal and Franklin streets in Boston, Massachusetts. It was "the first building erected purposely for theatrical entertainments in the town of Boston."

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  2. Street theatre - Wikipedia

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    Street theatre is a form of theatrical performance and presentation in outdoor public spaces without a specific paying audience. These spaces can be anywhere, including shopping centres, car parks, recreational reserves, college or university campus and street corners.

  3. Street theatre is a form of theatre performed outdoors. Actors take their performances to street corners, town squares, and markets. They work in public places putting on plays Generally they perform without a paying audience but depend on money dropped in a hat. Street theatre ranges from individual performances to acting companies.

  4. B Street Theatre - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from B street theatre) B Street Theatre is a 501c3 non-profit theater located in Sacramento, California. It was founded by actor Timothy Busfield in 1986 as Theatre for Children, Inc., the company's first focus was a touring theatre company for children.

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  6. Marian Street Theatre - Wikipedia

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    The Marian Street Theatre is located in the Sydney suburb of Killara. The theatre previously played a significant role in the cultural life of the North Shore. Widely remembered by former patrons and theatre lovers across Sydney. Built in 1906 as a Soldiers Memorial Hall, it was used as a community hall up until 1966.

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  7. Federal Street Theatre - Wikipedia

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    The Federal Street Theatre, also known as the Boston Theatre, was located at the corner of Federal and Franklin streets in Boston, Massachusetts. It was "the first building erected purposely for theatrical entertainments in the town of Boston."

    The original building was designed by Charles Bulfinch. It was "the first professionally designed American theater by a native architect." It occupied land formerly owned by Thomas Brattle, Edward H. Robbins and William Tudor. In 1798 fire destroyed the theatre; it was rebuilt the same year. The second building existed through 1852. Management included Charles S. Powell; John Steel Tyler; John Hodgkinson; John Brown Williamson; John Sollee; Giles Leonard Barrett; Joseph Harper. Musicians affilia

    The Federal Street Theatre burnt in February 1798.

  8. Jermyn Street Theatre - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jermyn Street Theatre is a performance venue situated on Jermyn Street, in London’s West End. It is an off-west end studio theatre.

  9. John Street Theatre - Wikipedia

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    Interior of John Street Theatre John Street Theatre, situated at 15–21 John Street, sometimes called "The Birthplace of American Theatre," was the first permanent theatre in the Financial District of Manhattan, New York. It opened on December 7, 1767, and was operated for several decades by the American Company. It closed on January 13, 1798.

  10. Daly's 63rd Street Theatre - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For other theatres owned or operated by Augustin Daly, see Daly's Theatre (disambiguation). Daly's 63rd Street Theatre was a Broadway theatre, which was active from 1921 to 1941. It was built in 1914 as the 63rd Street Music Hall and had several other names between 1921 and 1938.

  11. Walnut Street Theatre - Wikipedia

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    The Walnut Street Theatre, founded in 1809 at 825 Walnut Street, on the corner of S. 9th Street in the Washington Square West neighborhood of Philadelphia, is the oldest continuously-operating theatre in the English-speaking world and the oldest theatre in the United States.

  12. Theatre Arlington - Wikipedia

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    Theatre Arlington then moved on from its old establishment to its new beginning on Main Street in the center of downtown in 1991. On New Year’s Eve 1991, the new theater which had 199-seats opened with a successful play named " Pump Boys and Dinettes ".