Looks like this spring and summer will see big changes for popular venues in both Los Angeles and Boston. Largo will close its current operations in mid-May to move into the larger Coronet Theatre in June (reports the L.A. Times). Meanwhile, Boston may see an even bigger shift from its main club, the Comedy Connection, as owner Bill Blumenreich will lease the Wilbur Theatre and bring comedy (and perhaps the Connection itself) back to its original neighborhood (reported in today’s Boston Globe, but known by me and others in the community as a possibility for a couple of years).
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