139 Boston Center for the Arts - Plaza Black Box Tips
Those who sit in the first row, center, should be prepared to get involved!
Bring some bottled water
Or, add your own...Metropolis Café (and s everal other restaurants) are located w/in a short walk from the theatre.
Sun-Thurs. from 5-7 p.m. there's $0.50 tapas at Masa two blocks down Tremont
Or, add your own... If you want to grab something to eat before a 7:30 show, go to the Beehive just a couple of doors up Tremont. Great mussels in Tuscan broth!
Karen Van Kennen
No food or drink offered.
Plaza black box theater is a great little theater with an intimate setting, that probably seats 50-60 people at the most (as best as I can tell). You're up close with the actors, so if you're in the front row, just remember to watch your feet and legs (as in, don't stretch them out too much). The actors tend to use all of the floor space.
Lesley B. Henderson
Bought Coffee on the way home from the Theatre.
Alan Ayckbourn’s Life of Riley
Had an excellent meal at Beehive afterwards -- make reservations in advance
Don't expect to find a seat at a bar close to the theatre on Saturday night.