About The Larcom Theatre
This gracious showplace — featuring spectacular acoustics — was built in 1912 (the same year as Fenway Park) by Harris and Glover Ware, two brothers and former vaudeville musicians from Marblehead, MA. In 1984, Cesareo Pelaez, award-winning founder of the Le Grand David stage magic ensemble, led the purchase and restoration of the Larcom Theatre, returning its elegant horseshoe balcony, hand-painted antique pressed tin ceilings and original silk wall coverings to their original glory.
Today, the Larcom Theatre, often referred to as “North Shore’shidden gem” is a beautiful and historic family-owned music and performing arts theatre in Downtown Beverly. This 560-seat restored vintage Vaudeville theatre known for its amazing acoustics and intimate setting, will take you back in time. As a multi-arts venue. the Larcom Theatre is committed to enriching the community with music, dance, theatre, comedy, variety shows, and more. For an up-to-date event calendarvisit www.thelarcom.org.