The Huntington Staff Plans To Leave With The Wrong Girl

by:  M. Bevin O'Gara at 03/05/2010

Over at the Boston University Theatre this past week the Huntington’s Production and Artistic Departments have been busily putting together our next production Becky Shaw, starting performances tonight.

But across the street in the Admin offices young staff members from all departments are pooling their resources for our first 35 Below Wrap Party, which will take place in Studio 210 following tonight's performance, titled Leave with the Wrong Girl.

It’s shaping up to be quite an event: lights are being hung, funky couches being pulled from prop storage, even a special cocktail, “The Wrong Girl,” is being concocted. All these efforts, and the less sexy sounding ones too, will help turn the black box theatre into a hip lounge-y nightspot. A stage space is being set up for local band MISS FAIRCHILD.

A couple of the committee members had a great meeting yesterday with our reps at SYMPHONY 8 who will be providing the catering spread for this event. Lots of easy to eat finger foods and for any one who hasn’t tried executive chef, Josh Davis’ skewers you’re in for a treat!

Patrons will be greeted by a red carpet photo shoot, entered in a raffle, and decked out with the snazzy nametags you’ve ever seen before being encouraged to mingle and enjoy the music, food, and drink. Guests will be able to meet some of the actors and designers who are bringing Becky Shaw to life, as well as actors from Stick Fly, another Huntington production playing across town at the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA.

Young Huntington staff members will be out in droves and able to share insights about their work for the Huntington. A great number of folks have already purchased tickets for the event, the food and band are all lined up, but there are still a few last minute details to take care of to make sure that tonight is completely awesome. So I’m signing off to go move some couches.

Comments

  1. Zune and iPod: Most people cmaopre the Zune to the Touch, but after seeing how slim and surprisingly small and light it is, I consider it to be a rather unique hybrid that combines qualities of both the Touch and the Nano. It's very colorful and lovely OLED screen is slightly smaller than the touch screen, but the player itself feels quite a bit smaller and lighter. It weighs about 2/3 as much, and is noticeably smaller in width and height, while being just a hair thicker.
  2. I'll gear this review to 2 types zynga chip of pelpoe: current Zune owners who are considering an upgrade, and pelpoe trying to decide between a Zune and an iPod. (There are other players worth considering out there, like the Sony Walkman X, but I hope this gives you enough info to make an informed decision of the Zune vs players other than the iPod line as well.) http://gwnrkokupjx.com [url=http://epgkjx.com]epgkjx[/url] [link=http://znyihjbpdi.com]znyihjbpdi[/link]
  3. I'll gear this review to 2 types of poplee: current Zune owners who are considering an upgrade, and poplee trying to decide between a Zune and an iPod. (There are other players worth considering out there, like the Sony Walkman X, but I hope this gives you enough info to make an informed decision of the Zune vs players other than the iPod line as well.)
  4. This is getting a bit more subjective, but I much prefer the Zune Marketplace. The interface is colorful, has more flair, and some cool features like ‘Mixview’ that let you quickly see related albums, songs, or other users related to what you’re listening to. Clicking on one of those will center on that item, and another set of “neighbors” will come into view, allowing you to navigate around exploring by similar artists, songs, or users. Speaking of users, the Zune “Social” is also great fun, letting you find others with shared tastes and becoming friends with them. You then can listen to a playlist created based on an amalgamation of what all your friends are listening to, which is also enjoyable. Those concerned with privacy will be relieved to know you can prevent the public from seeing your personal listening habits if you so choose. car insurance quotes cheapest private health insurance car insurance quotes in Chicago
  5. “Finally, on a side note, I think Metrolinx needs to determine which proposed rapid transit routes will suit which need. If you look at the current map, they show express/commuter rail > subway > LRT/BRT. This is great for determining capacity, but there are many proposed LRT/BRTs in the region that will exceed the speeds of rail projects. I think they should draw up a map of travel design. Local rapid transit (999m and under – Bloor-Danforth subway, Transit City), intermediate rapid transit (1000m to 1999m – Spadina subway, Yonge subway through midtown), and regional rapid transit (more than 2km – GO express rail, Yonge subway through North Toronto). This way we can see which lines will meet which proposed purpose, and can plan their future commutes and developments based upon those plans.”Kevin saysSee the problem with metrolinx is that when they came out with there RTP it was just a bunch of pretty lines on a map of the GTA. It didn’t address what kind of technology would be used for each line and why. That’s how we got into that whole debate regarding Eglinton (LRT VS ICTS). “what a waste of time”. On the other hand one shouldn’t put all the blame on metrolinx, for example. When Toronto launched Transit City the plan was also very vague. All we knew was that all the pretty lines they drew up would have some sort of LRT functionality. Two years later the TTC is finding themselves in hole because they realized that at least two of their lines maybe forced underground even though ridership doesn’t warrants it with the exception of Don Mills. Lastly I will like to address that like Metrolinx the TTC also failed to study each line in relation to the entire system because if they did they would have figured out that adding an Eglinton and Finch LRT to the system would have probably put the Yonge subway over capacity regardless if the Richmond hill subway was built.Steve: The only underground section added to Transit City officially at this point is the one on Sheppard from Don Mills to Consumers. Eglinton was always going to be underground in the central section. The south end of Don Mills will have to go underground, but if it does, it should do so as subway, not LRT for reasons already discussed here at length.Transit City was designed as a network, and the expectation was that it would do far more to serve trips that were not core-oriented than adding to subway demand. Metrolinx forecast much higher demands on the TC lines than the TTC did, and this was used to “justify” the so-called need for ICTS on Eglinton. In fact, Metrolinx has all but renounced their demand estimates certainly with respect to the Georgetown and Richmond Hill corridors in recent documents. Their model grossly overstated demand on the transit networks. car insurance quotes car insurance quotes
  6. I would like to take this opportunity to extend a big FU to all the businesses that worked to kill the Thornhill/Newtonbrook busway. If it weren’t for them, this busway would be completed by now providing much needed expanded transport capacity and speed between Toronto and the northern suburbs. Instead this is one of the most congested corridors in the Greater Toronto Area, and is only getting worse. The propaganda that the Yonge Subway Now group was pushing claimed the subway construction would take only 5 years, this is not including the EA and dealing with operational issues. The absolute earliest this thing will be done is 2020, and this is assuming we get started on the EA and other concerns next year. Odds are it won’t be done until at least 2030, and this is assuming that construction isn’t suspended until a DLR is complete (in which case, 2050 is a more optimistic estimate, a far cry from the 5 years claimed…).As for capacity at Bloor-Yonge, I predict it won’t be a concern. Most people who commute to this area already take transit at some point, whether they take the bus, GO train, or drive to the subway. I don’t believe there is going to be a mass exodus of new riders who used to drive all the way downtown and will now take the subway. Also, the Places to Grow plan will see new growth at Yonge and 7, Sheppard, and Eglinton which will divert even more trips from Bloor-Yonge station.Finally, on a side note, I think Metrolinx needs to determine which proposed rapid transit routes will suit which need. If you look at the current map, they show express/commuter rail > subway > LRT/BRT. This is great for determining capacity, but there are many proposed LRT/BRTs in the region that will exceed the speeds of rail projects. I think they should draw up a map of travel design. Local rapid transit (999m and under – Bloor-Danforth subway, Transit City), intermediate rapid transit (1000m to 1999m – Spadina subway, Yonge subway through midtown), and regional rapid transit (more than 2km – GO express rail, Yonge subway through North Toronto). This way we can see which lines will meet which proposed purpose, and can plan their future commutes and developments based upon those plans. cash rewards credit card miles credit cards travel
  7. J. Macmillan wrote:I thought that Viva phase two was to provide for a dedicated right of way on Yonge Street and highway 7, initially for buses but for eventual conversion to LRT in Viva phase three. Are Metrolinx and York Region working on separate plans or is the Viva one dead?Steve replied: It’s (the Viva phasing plan) not dead, it’s merely resting, at least if you believe the plans. However, Metrolinx has never been particularly fond of LRT… <– emphasis and clarification added by meThe Yonge Street busway from Steeles to 7 was designed and close to tender ready when the political winds shifted; suddenly Thornhill wouldn't abide the traffic difficulties imposed by an at-grade solution. Viva's plan was to progress to a subway some time in the future by building the demand (BRT to LRT to subway). I don't remember the extent of the expected conversion from BRT to LRT, but I can't imagine it was ever contemplated to end the northward push at Yonge and 7. Major Mackenzie, maybe? Viva couldn't segregate traffic north of Major Mackenzie for buses, as I recall, so maybe LRT was never contemplated north of there.There definitely is a difference in plans contemplated by Viva and those contemplated by Metrolinx, just as there is between TTC and Metrolinx or GO and Metrolinx…As I regularly travel past/through the Richmond Hill Centre terminal / Langstaff station and work near Yonge and Sheppard, any modal improvement over the Viva mixed-traffic operation down Yonge is a win for me. I could even work with GO improvements (more shoulder service would be a start), even though I'd then have to transfer Oriole to Leslie… I just wish Metrolinx would pick one improvement and do it already.Steve, I apologize if this is in here multiple times – the submit comment button didn't seem to work…Steve: For some reason, your comment went into the spam bucket from which I have rescued it.As for Viva and LRT, if there is a bona fide reason for not taking space in the middle of the road for a section, then put it underground (that’s what Transit City did), but don’t throw out the mode because of one section. Of course, buses cannot run underground and so a “prebuild” for a BRT scheme won’t work. buy accutane online car insurance quotes in FL Viagra Mail Order
  8. The Yonge line is already neraly unusable for Toronto commuters inbound at rush-hour. My wife and I located to the Avenue line for that exact reason. We've since moved from there, which is fortuitous, since once Avenue is extended to the north, that will be as unusable as Yonge.In short, these decisions are not made for any but political reasons, and Toronto ridings are so stable none of the parties has anything to gain by courting them with making Toronto as livable as once it was. The parties have something to gain in 905 riding, and will ^&%& us to kiss @$$.
  9. insurance quotes pensilvania making online casino affordable life insurance ratings auto insurance companies casino games car insurance quotes
  10. cheap car insurance quotes individual health insurance eapest auto insuranceH car insurance quotes
  11. galant insurance in cambridge ma online cheap car insurance blackjack best insurance rates in ny for teens auto insurence casino online auto insurance quotes online
  12. auto insurance lawyer start casino online carpentry insurance motor insurance singapore car insurance rates ny
  13. automobile insurance quotes auto insurance quote auto insurance quote low rates for permanent life insurance universities online college
  14. car insurance students cheap family health insurance premiums car insurance quotes in Michigan insurance car quotes
  15. auto insureance quotes in nj
  16. cheap car insurance quotes 50 car insurance casino online car insurance quotes auto insurance quotes
  17. cheap florida car insurance free health insurance quotes car insurance quotes cialis best prices liability insurance cheap auto low cost car insurance
  18. cheap health insurance cheap car insurance buy ciallis levitra for sale for inexpensive auto insurance car insurance
  19. buy cialiss cheap car insurance quotes cheap auto insurance viagra discounters auto insurance quotes auto insurance
  20. car insurance free auto insurance quotes cars insurance salvage CHEAP CIALIS AND VIAGRA affordable medical insurance texas levitra
  21. aavyzrk paydayuk cSHiA payday loans JiKUO payday loans 3149
  22. viagara tablets levitra pharmacology cheap viagra noprescription cialis car insurance quotes free quotes auto insurance cialis and viagra
  23. cheap car insurance quotes affordale car insurance compare viagr and cialis auto insurance auto insurense auto insurance quotes private companies health insurance
  24. erectile dysfunction viagra levitra 6cialis lowest rates car insurance cheapest car insurance student car insurance rates cheap online colleges 60 car insurance over
  25. viagra buy online cheap auto insurance ny auto insurance rates slot machine games company auto & general insurance discount cialis
  26. car insurance convicted degree master online social work nj car insurance quotes comparison levitra viagra 2 online courses university of arizona auto insurance yonkers first cardinal insurance
  27. auto insurance quotes nj auto insurance quotes liability insurance not for profit online colleges cheaper auto insurance
  28. insurance auto auctions auto insurance quotes holiday insurance car cheapest auto insuranve cheapest auto insurance nj cheap car insurance in nj cheap car insurance in nj
  29. car insurance quotes free cheap car insurancee most accurate auto insurance quote california affordable car insurance quotes insureyourcaronline.com
  30. cialis purchase click here cheap bame brand cialis without prescription free on-line car insurance rate quotes auto insurance quotes
  31. buying viagra online car insurance quotes car insurance quotes free auto insurance quotes online cialis on lin3e Auto Insurance qoutes
  32. gulf life insurance company georgia car insurance quotes play free online blackjack viagra for sale www.findyourinsurer.com
  33. business health insurance www.blackjackspace.net best auto insurance rates in new york state car insurance quotes auto insurance quotes where to buy accutane cheap viagra without prescription
  34. viagara without perscription www.buycheaphomeinsurance.com auto insurance quotes cialis car insurance quotes
  35. health insurance providers NJ car insurance symptoms impotence florida health ins. cheap lowest priced generic cialis abilify discount prices
  36. Hello! feaegad interesting feaegad site! I'm really like it! Very, very feaegad good!
  37. Very nice site! cheap viagra
  38. Very nice site! cheap viagra , cheap viagra , cheap viagra , cheap viagra , cheap viagra ,
  39. Hello! Doxycycline 100mg , nizoral information , buy veetids , Minocycline 100mg ,
  40. Hello! cheap evista , Zanamivir 5mg , buy rheumatrex , arimidex online ,
  41. Hello! viagra online uk , cialis generic overnight shipping , generic cialis pills voucher , buy viagra in canada , generic viagra online ,
  42. Hello! free viagra , cialis , cialis dosage , viagra ,
  43. Hello! viagra online pharmacy , online pharmacy cialis ,
  44. Hello! compazine online , generic vasotec , thorazine information , buy proscar ,
  45. Hello! generic viagra woman , generic cialis guaranteed lowest price , problems with viagra , generic cialis without prescription ,
  46. Hello! firstrustedrx.net,firstrustedrx , , , ,
  47. Hello! viagra online shop in uk , cialis overnight delivery ,
  48. Hello! viagra pills , cialis pills ,
  49. Hello! viagra , cialis , viagra , cheap cialis professional ,
  50. Hello! dosage viagra , cialis dosage ,
  51. Hello! viagra deals , viagra deals , cialis deals , cialis deals ,
  52. Hello! viagra , cialis price , viagra price , cialis ,
  53. Hello! viagra , cialis ,
  54. Hello! europe online sale viagra , online pharmacy cialis , free viagra , cheapest uk supplier viagra , ,
  55. Hello! vaigra , cialis online no presription , viagra pharmacy , cheap no prescription cialis ,
  56. fqtcnrf cialis gXbnQe cialis for order from canada lNUcK order viagra online >:]] viagra 3066
  57. eukmjkj payday loans 9000 payday loans >:-OOO payday loans 0277 payday loans 7667 payday loans 8]]]
  58. vxcolvmi 90 day loans >:-OOO online payday advance BVfFX payday installment loans online >:]] no credit check loans >:]]
  59. awejufzu pay day loans ivlPE payday loans jMOqtK cash advance online BdZHQA payday advance fNXbT
  60. Great post! Thank you very much. Caribbean jobs

Post a Comment

       
User verification Image for user verification  

About me

Lisa Timmel,  Bevin O'Gara, and Charles Haugland share their thoughts on New Plays, Dramatury, and their experience sharing nightly conversations with the audiences that come to see our shows. Get the inside scoop of new scripts and play development!

 
 

RSS Feed

Subscribe to RSS Feed

Archive

Tag cloud


Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre: 264 Huntington Avenue, Boston MA 02115
South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA: 527 Tremont Street, Boston MA 02116
Main: 264 Huntington Avenue, Boston MA 02115 | 617 266 7900 | BOX OFFICE 617 266 0800

© 2013 Huntington Theatre Company. All rights reserved | Trouble viewing this site? Please download Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.