176 Charles Playhouse Tips
- Casual 9
- Dressy 2
- Festive 1
- Take public transit 1
- Call a cab 1
- Arrive early 1
- Dine before you go 2
- Food and drinks for purchase 2
The weather was Cold, windy, sunny. 45 degrees in Boston . I wore Jeans, custom t-shirts that said “Birthday Squad” and sneakers. Others were dressed for a night in the city and others .
Uber/Lyft if you can, train is a good option too if your can time it right; train schedules are not frequent on weekends. If you decide to drive, street parking is nearly impossible to score and garage parking is your best bet if you must drive.
They have a full bar and offer concession type snacks. It’s a good option if you need something to hold you over if you are doing the mid day show before dinner.
Park at Revere Hotel lot!!! Shot .1 mile walk to Charles Playhouse...dunkin donuts coffee right across the street
The weather was Hot. I wore Shorts, flip-flops, short sleeved shirt, just right.
Charles playhouse will give a validated ticket for parking at the Stuart St Garage (1 block away) for $10.00.
Go when the theater is half or more packed.
Because of snow & parking issues, we prepaid for parking using the Goldstar link to click&park. We got 5 hours of nearby garage parking for under $12.
We received a parking voucher from the playhouse for the 200 Stuart St. garage upon leaving the show.
Parked at the garage a block from the venue. Cost about 30 dollars
My fiancee wishes she wore her hair up because the show does get messy and interactive. She kept getting her hair pulled at the end of the show by accident.
There is a cab area in front of the W hotel very easy to hail from that area.
The weather was freezing. I wore jacket, jeans, sweater, hat and scarf..