There is no lack of entertainment in the city of Springfield, and certainly no shortage of state of the art venues and theatres. One such spectacular multiplex arena that has been doing its job in keeping many people entertained is CityStage. The City Stage is one of the city’s terrific venues which bring loads of entertainment to the local fans in the form of Off-Broadway shows, comedies plays and lots of spectacular concerts. It has become a hot spot not just for the local residents of the city but also for the multitudes who pour into the city each year.
The arena which also goes by the name of CityStage is known as one of Massachusetts’ finest Off-Broadway theatres and brings oodles of entertainment for the local theatre goers. The best time of the year for the theatre goers in the city of Springfield, without any doubt is from late fall, starting in late October and stretching well into the month of April. During these seven months and especially during the holiday season, some of the best Off-Broadway shows and comedy plays hit the city and are showcased by the city’s very own City Stage and Symphony Hall.
The CityStage and Symphony Hall which is known for its mammoth architectural value as well as for the kind of quality of entertainment it offers. The venue prides itself in offering top notch entertainment not just for the theatre lovers but also for the entire family. Apart from hosting concerts and dazzling Broadway-style theatre shows, the CityStage brings top class entertainment for the children as well. The man hall of the City Stage also offers enough space for the local committees of the city to hold conferences and public meetings. In this way, the venue also plays a key role in the local community life.
As per the mission statement of the venue, the CityStage and the Symphony Hall vow to provide high quality entertainment to the local residents of the Western Massachusetts area and ultimately helping in raising the quality of life. The venue was built during the early 1900s and has great historic value for the locals. Being such a historic site, the building has received various facelifts, the latest installment of which came in the form of renovation in 2004. As part of this renovation, the seats were refurbished, the whole building received a paintjob and various priceless decorative wonders were installed in order to further beautify the venue.
The CityStage venue in itself is a small packed space with no more than some five hundred and thirty seats. This small space makes is a good option for hosting public and committee meetings and also makes for a cozy place for events that are meant for the whole family. In any given year, the venue hosts about two hundred and fifty events and that means you have plenty of options if you have a pair of City Stage tickets.