For an event that’s the definition of grand, there’s perhaps no better setting in Boston than the Boch Center Wang Theatre. The Boston Center’s historical details and the unique ability to dine on its stage make it a divine location for weddings and corporate events of all sizes. Originally built as a lavish movie theatre in 1928, the Boch Center today is home to Broadway Across America and the Boston Ballet. But on nights when drama, songs and dancing are not lighting up its stage, its doors are open to wine, dine and impress with private parties.
The Catered Affair’s Event Designer Ed Quinones recently revealed a table setting that blends the Opera House’s historical details and rich decor with surprising modern twists like lucite chairs. For more of his design in action, check out the video below.
Rich with marble, brass, wall murals and mirrors, the Boch Center is an opulent setting and the perfect lead-in for a lively cocktail reception or decadent dinner. Versatile spaces allow event planners to opt for intimate parties of 15 or grand galas of 300. Fireplaces, chandeliers, vaulted ceilings and the lobby’s grand staircase allow the space to speak for itself with understated decor like Ed’s simple ivory china and flatware.
Many spaces are available for private parties, but the grandest option of all is the Boch Center Wang Theatre’s stage. Set a dinner directly on the very stage that the Nutcracker is performed each Christmas season, giving guests the thrill of being part of the city’s theatre scene. No matter the space you choose, an event at the Boch Center is one that’s unforgettable.
For more information about planning your wedding or corporate event at the Boch Center, contact us today.