Problem: When Wilson Butler Architects set out to create the Calderwood Pavilion, Boston's first new theatre in 75 years, they had to please two distinct theatre clients and a condominium developer/landlord. The city of Boston, which had razed a derelict theatre and sponsored development that would include an arts facility on that theatre's former site, also got into the act. The Huntington Theater Company (HTC) wanted an intimate 360-seat proscenium house in an inviting space that ...

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