About The Theatre

Located in Medford, Massachusetts, the 1900-capacity Chevalier Theatre is one of the Boston area’s hidden gems, a historical landmark, and a memorial to a hero and a cultural icon. In 2017, operations of the theatre were taken over by Bill Blumenreich Presents, the sister company of the Wilbur Theatre in Boston. The programming of the theatre consists of small and large scale comedy, music, and playwright productions.

Parking / Directions

From Route 93 (North or South): Medford Square is easily accessed from Route 93. Take Exit 23 for Rt. 60 West. At the rotary, follow the parking attendant who will direct you to the suggested parking behind Medford City Hall.

From Route 2 (East or West): From Route 2 take Exit 59 and follow the signs for Route 60 East. Stay on Route 60 East through Arlington, and into Medford. Route 60 goes right into Medford Square. When you get to the main intersection in the middle of the square take Riverside Drive to City Hall Mall where you will find the suggested parking behind Medford City Hall.


Many of the streets in the surrounding area of the theatre are RESIDENT ONLY. Please be mindful of the signs, should you decide to park on the street. Chevalier Theatre is not liable for any parking tickets patrons may receive in result of illegal parking.

Public Transportation

Medford Square is on several bus routes that easily connect to the MBTA trains. To find the most up to date bus information to Medford Square, please visit the MBTA Web site

From Davis Square take bus #94 or #96
From Harvard Square take bus #96
From Sullivan Square take #95 or #101
From Wellington Station take #134
From Malden Center Station take #101

Via Amtrak Commuter Rail:
The HAVERHILL commuter rail line stops at Malden Centerwhere you can transfer to the #101 bus to Medford Square.
The LOWELL commuter rail line stops at West Medford where you can transfer to the #94 or #95 bus to Medford Square.


Friends of The Chevalier

Friends of Chevalier Auditorium and Gene Mack Gym is a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering financial and community support and being an advocate for the historic theater and gymnasium, home of the Medford Boys & Girls Club. Through promotion of cultural, theatrical, civic, and youth programs, the Friends strive to enrich the quality of life in the community.

Friends of The Chevalier Facebook Website


The Chevalier Theatre has multiple handicap spaces and there are several on-street handicap spaces in Medford Square. The theatre has an elevator on its side entrance for handicapped access to the performance hall.

Assisted listening devices are available upon request in the Box Office.

Chevalier Organ Society

Chevalier Theatre is home to one of New England’s rare Mighty Wurlitzer theatre pipe organs, a 1922 model originally installed at a Dayton, Ohio, theater and donated by the Maine chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society. The nonprofit Chevalier Theatre Organ Society was formed to restore, install, and maintain the Wurlitzer, and to raise all necessary funds. Once operating, the organ will be used for concerts, silent movie accompaniment, educational programs, and enhancing other entertainment.

Organ Society Facebook Page Organ Society Website