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The Wilbur Theatre
The Wilbur Theatre is up for sale.

Next act awaits the Wilbur Theatre

As owners put storied hall up for sale, redevelopment seems most likely option

By Thomas C. Palmer Jr.
Globe Staff / August 16, 2007

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If theater in Boston had a home, it was the Wilbur, on Tremont Street. With no European pretensions or gaudy features, it was designed to make patrons feel comfortable, modeled after a stately residence on Beacon Hill and offering finnan haddie au gratin on the menu. (Full article: 939 words)

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