Blog entries posted during 2010

How Richard Gave Me My Mojo Back

by: Tony Bell at 12/01/2010 11:58 AM

Actor Tony Bell plays Margaret in Richard III and Pinch in The Comedy of Errors , the two plays Propeller will perform in repertory when they visit the Huntington in the spring. Below, Tony writes about his experience working with Propeller again...

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Thanks for a Great Evening with Sutton Foster!

by: MIchelle Cicerano, Special Events Coordinator at 11/19/2010 12:02 PM

On behalf of the entire Development team, I'd like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone involved with the many pieces of the puzzle that all came together so beautifully for Monday night's fundraising events and performance of  An Evening with Sutt...

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TCG: Stage Matters

by: Todd Williams at 11/10/2010 12:05 PM

Here's a really interesting video about how/why theatre matter from some of our friends from around the country and right here in Boston. You might be surprised. Produced by our friends at  TCG . It's a little small here - so I recommend you watch...

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Judgement Day: Richard III The Musical?

by: Jon Trenchard at 11/16/2010 12:06 PM

The actors of Propeller Theatre Company all do double duty, playing characters in both Richard III and The Comedy of Errors , the two plays that will be performed in repertory when Propeller visits the Huntington in the spring. Jon Trenchard does...

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Ruined Actors Blog: Adrian Roberts

by: Adrian Roberts at 11/02/2010 12:14 PM

Ruined is currently in rehearsals at La Jolla Playhouse and will come to the Huntington in Boston. Actor Adrian Roberts offers an inside look at the process. Greetings from the Congo, We have been in rehearsal now for two weeks. It has been both...

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Aiming High: The Richard III Requiem Mass

by: Jon Trenchard at 11/07/2010 12:20 PM

The actors of Propeller Theatre Company all do double duty, playing characters in both Richard III and The Comedy of Errors , the two plays that will be performed in repertory when Propeller visits the Huntington in the spring. Jon Trenchard does...

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Shirley, VT Young Artists Blog: Gregory Pember

by: Gregory Pember at 11/12/2010 12:31 PM

From Gregory Pember ("Jared" in SpeakEasy Stage Company's production of Body Awareness ): It’s hard to imagine that in two weeks I will no longer be a part of this amazing show or working so intimately with this creative and supportive cast.  This...

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My Night In Shirley, VT

by: Meg O'Brien at 11/11/2010 12:33 PM

As most of my time is spent working with high school students, it’s always a great pleasure when I am able to utilize my teaching skills with a group of adults. Annie Baker’s Circle Mirror Transformation is currently playing, and I have just spent...

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Shirley, VT Young Artists Blog: Marie Polizzano

by: Marie Polizzano at 11/11/2010 12:59 PM

So here we are, only ONE more week left of Circle Mirror Transformation . I have to admit, I am already feeling a bit blue! This experience has been incredibly special to me for so many reasons, and I keep learning something new (about the play, o...

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Ruined Actors Blog: Adrian Roberts

by: Adrian Roberts at 11/10/2010 01:03 PM

Ruined is currently in rehearsals at La Jolla Playhouse and will come to the Huntington in Boston. Actor Adrian Roberts offers an inside look at the process. The Ruined cast for the La Jolla Playhouse/Huntington Theatre Company/Berkley Rep...

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Vengeance: All in the Family

by: Todd Williams at 11/09/2010 01:39 PM

Roberta Wallach, who plays mom Margaret Horvath in Vengeance is the Lord's , will soon be celebrating with her Dad - Eli Wallach. The occasion? An honorary Oscar celebrating Mr. Wallach's  lifetime achievement  - just in time for his 95th birthday...

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In the News: Circle Mirror Transformation & Vengeance is the Lord's

by: Rebecca Curtiss at 11/09/2010 01:41 PM

With all that we've got happening at the Huntington these days, it's not surprising that we've been popping up in the news. In case you missed them the first time around, here are a few items you may want to check out. Betsy Aidem (Marty) in Circl...

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Vengeance Is The Lord's: From Shops to Stage

by: Rebecca Bellan at 11/08/2010 01:46 PM

It’s nice to see how the puzzle pieces fit together to create something great. A week ago, the pieces of production for Vengeance in the Lord’s were still in their shops. But since then the staff have been busy making a masterpiece on stage. With...

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Vengeance Is The Lord's: Lights & Sound

by: Rebecca Bellan at 10/29/2010 01:49 PM

Paints, props, and costumes aren’t the only shops that are making waves in the production of Vengeance is the Lord’s . In fact, lighting and sound departments are putting into action some really cool ideas for the upcoming production. Kat Herzig,...

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Honk If You Love the Huntington!

by: Todd Williams at 10/26/2010 01:51 PM

We've finally retired our 1995 Ford Cargo Van.  You may have seen it parked out front — you know the one with the yellow pinstripes and three bandaids? I haven't had a chance to take the new one it for a spin yet myself, but it's already got it's...

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In The Shops — Thanksgiving Dinner

by: Rebecca Bellan at 10/26/2010 01:53 PM

Production for Vengeance is the Lord’s is moving right along. The shops on Huntington Ave. are busy working hard and working on schedule. Extension Wall The Paint shop is doing almost everything at once right now. They are working on varnishing th...

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Shirley, VT Young Artists Blog: Marie Polizzano

by: Marie Polizzano at 10/22/2010 01:57 PM

Hi there! This is Marie writing again to update you on our status with Circle Mirror Transformation . We opened on Wednesday night, and from the moment I stepped into the theatre that day, there was an exciting buzz in the air. Because we made a l...

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Vengeance Is The Lord's Construction Begins

by: Rebecca Bellan at 10/20/2010 02:24 PM

Production is starting out beautifully for the world premiere of Bob Glaudini’s play Vengeance is the Lord’s . The show will begin performances at the BU Theatre on Nov. 12 and continue on to Dec. 12, 2010. Peter DuBois, Artistic Director of the...

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Shirley, VT Young Artists Blog: Gregory Pember

by: Gregory Pember at 10/18/2010 02:28 PM

Rehearsals are well on their way and every day is a whole new learning experience. Today was exceptionally eye-opening as our awesome Stage Manager (Victoria Coady) and I made a trip over to the Asperger's Association of New England where we were...

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New Meets Old: Bus Stop & Circle Mirror Transformation

by: Lisa Timmel at 10/14/2010 02:40 PM

Circle Mirror Transformation  begins at the Calderwood Pavillion this weekend,  Bus Stop  winds down its run over at the BU Theatre. I think I’m alone in this, but my favorite times during the season are when shows overlap, perhaps because there’s...

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Shirley, VT Young Artists Blog: Gregory Pember

by: Gregory Pember at 10/13/2010 02:45 PM

My name is Gregory Pember and I am playing Jared in Annie Baker’s Body Awareness at SpeakEasy Stage Company. This is my first play at SpeakEasy and after graduating from The Boston Conservatory this past May, I am very happy to be back in this gre...

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Shirley, VT Young Artists Blog: Marie Polizzano

by: Marie Polizzano at 10/12/2010 02:47 PM

The three plays in the  Shirley, VT Plays Festival  are full of different, unique, and often times, conflicting perspectives. To expound upon this, we asked the youngest cast members of each production to share with us some insight into their...

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A Half-Constructed House: Circle Mirror Transformation

by: Lisa Timmel at 10/08/2010 02:49 PM

One of the great pleasures of working behind the scenes at a theatre company is the joyful terror of a first real run-through. On Wednesday, a handful of staff members including Bethany Ford (associate production manager), Charles Haugland (litera...

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Spreading the Word About Poetry Out Loud

by: Lynn Johnson, Associate Director of Education at 10/07/2010 02:50 PM

Poetry Out Loud recruitment took a new turn by way of a Poetry Out Loud Informational Get-Together, hosted by the Huntington's Education Department (MA State Coordinators for Poetry Out Loud) on Tuesday, October 5th. Twelve high school teachers,...

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A Postscript to Michael Maso's Post About Travel

by: Rebecca Curtiss at 10/01/2010 02:52 PM

Huntington Managing Director Michael Maso wasn't the only one with travel troubles last evening. One of the actors in  Bus Stop  made a quick trip down to New York yesterday morning for an audition. Her return train was supposed to leave New York ...

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Travel Karma

by: Michael Maso at 10/01/2010 12:53 PM

Managing Director Michael Maso, from the train last night at 10:30pm: In fairness and deep appreciation to all Huntington subscribers I would like to issue the following advisory: if you ever find yourself on a plane or train with me heading from ...

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Breaking Ground Series Continues!

by: Lisa Timmel at 09/22/2010 02:55 PM

We’ve been busy and we haven’t been blogging! Readings, readings, readings! • Fire On Earth We kicked of this year’s Breaking Ground Reading Series in late August with HPF Patrick Gabridge’s powerful historical drama Fire On Earth which chronicles...

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Subscriber And Friends Reception

by: Temple Gill at 09/21/2010 03:00 PM

Hi everyone! Temple Gill, Director of Marketing, here. I generally feel strongly that you all want to hear more from our artistic and production departments rather than from marketing folk, but wanted to share some news with you about our Subscrib...

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Working With Nicky Martin on Bus Stop

by: Jared Craig at 09/16/2010 03:03 PM

We recently asked Jared Craig to tell us what it's like to work with Nicholas Martin on Bus Stop. Here's what he had to say: Working with Nicholas Martin has been incredibly inspiring to me both as an actor in The Corn is Green and as his assistan...

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The Taming of the Shrew

by: Donna Glick, Director of Education & Community Programs at 08/03/2010 03:09 PM

On behalf of Associate Director of Education, Lynne Johnson and Education Manager, Meg Wieder, I'm writing with a special invitation to the 5th Codman Academy Shakespeare summer production. We are presenting Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew o...

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Red Hot Summer Fun, Huntington-style

by: Todd Williams at 07/23/2010 03:10 PM

Are you bummed that we don't produce over the summer? Have no fear. There's plenty going on and we have some recommendations: Thursday, July 29 We're all grabbing red blankets and picnic baskets and heading to Boston Common for a Huntington flash...

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2010-2011 Huntington Playwriting Fellows: Apply TODAY!

by: Lisa Timmel at 05/27/2010 03:23 PM

Contributed by Lisa Timmel We are pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for the  2010-2011 Huntington Playwriting Fellows . The deadline is June 23, 2010.  “But wait!” you exclaim. “Didn’t you just do this last fall? It hasn’t eve...

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Expanding the Idea of New Work: Part IV

by: Charles Haugland at 05/26/2010 03:27 PM

Contributed by Literary Associate Charles Haugland, responding to Lisa Timmel (Huntington's Director of New Work) in their recent posts about new work. Okay, it’s up to me to wrap up the conversation. I’m going to provide a quick summary, and then...

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Theatre Hero: Michael Maso

by: Michael Maso at 05/19/2010 03:33 PM

STAGESOURCE THEATRE HERO ACCEPTANCE SPEECH  Delivered by Michael Maso to the Boston Theatre Community at the Paramount Theatre May 17, 2010  Thank you Jeff, Kate and Paul, to the StageSource board for this very generous recognition, and to the...

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Student Matinees -- The Teachers Like Them Too!

by: Donna Glick, Director of Education & Community Programs at 05/17/2010 03:36 PM

Recently, the Huntington's Department of Education decided to try a "pay what you can" ticket offer for the student matinee of  Prelude to a Kiss  on Thursday, June, 3, 2010. We asked Bill Deschenes, a teacher from Pierce Middle School in Milton, ...

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Getting Ready to Emerge

by: Anne Morgan at 05/14/2010 03:41 PM

This weekend is the first annual  Emerging America Festival . The festival is a unique collaboration between the Huntington, the  A.R.T. , and the  I.C.A.  The weekend will be filled with performances of all kinds all over Boston and Cambridge.  O...

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Prelude To A Kiss Shop Photo Album

by: Todd Williams at 05/11/2010 03:43 PM

The back wall of the sets - with a base coat of paint Do you miss the photos of our scenery, props and costumes under construction? We've moved them to our  Facebook page . It's a much better interface for photos. And you don't need have a Faceboo...

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Huntington's 2010-2011 Season Announced

by: Temple Gill at 05/08/2010 03:45 PM

Our 29th Season will include two world premieres directed by Artistic Director Peter DuBois, an American classic, two Shakespeare plays in repertory, a three-play festival from a breakout writer, and the 2009 winner of the Pulitzer Prize.  The...

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Huntington Friends & Family Do Well With Tony Nominations

by: Todd Williams at 05/05/2010 03:49 PM

Awards season continues with yesterday's announcement of the Tony Awards. Congrats to everyone - we're especially proud this year of Kenny Leon ( Fences ), and Alexander Dodge ( Present Laughter) . Here's the short list of our friends and family w...

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SPECTACULAR Huntington Fundraiser!

by: Lisa McColgan at 05/05/2010 03:50 PM

A “spectacular” evening was had by all on Sunday evening, April 24, at the Sheraton Boston Hotel at this year’s Spotlight Spectacular! fundraiser. “The look this year is fun and happy,” said event producer Bryan Rafanelli, who served as Spectacula...

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HPF "iPlays": Boston Writers Take On Audio Plays

by: Charles Haugland at 05/03/2010 03:52 PM

For the  Emerging America Festival , we issued an audio play challenge to all the current and former members of the  Huntington Playwriting Fellows program. In collaboration with the other participating organizations, we gave them a few restrictio...

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Expanding the Idea of New Work: Part III

by: Lisa Timmel at 04/30/2010 03:54 PM

Thanks for your thoughts, Charles. You pose some interesting questions. One question in particular really struck me: “Who are we as a theatre that sits between the two [new plays and classics]?” I think we’re always answering that question when we...

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Poetry Out Loud Nationals, Day 3

by: Lynn Johnson, Associate Director of Education at 04/30/2010 03:57 PM

Tuesday morning the POL participants, their parents, chaperones and State Art Association representatives (me) went to the Congressional Breakfast on Capitol Hill. What a stroke of genius on the part of the National Endowment of the Arts and Poetr...

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Merrily We Roll Along

by: Todd Williams at 04/29/2010 03:58 PM

I've snuck (sneaked?) into the BU Theatre a couple of times this week to see how the CFA production of  Merrily We Roll Along  is going. This morning they had a student matinee and I got out of the office enough to enjoy several good chunks of the...

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Poetry Out Loud Nationals, Days 1 & 2

by: Lynn Johnson, Associate Director of Education at 05/27/2010 03:59 PM

Lynne Johnson, Associate Director of Education sent in these posts from the Poetry Out Loud national competition in Washington DC, where Wilmene Hercule, Prospect Hill Academy student, and Massachusetts state winner, is competing. DAY ONE - SUNDAY...

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The Huntington Takes Home 11 IRNE Awards

by: Anne Morgan at 04/22/2010 04:00 PM

The Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) Awards Ceremony was held at the Cyclorama at the BCA on Monday night. It was a great time, with the Huntington taking home 11 awards. While the honors definitely contributed to my enjoyment, I think...

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Expanding the Idea of New Work: Part II

by: Charles Haugland at 04/21/2010 04:06 PM

Contributed by Charles Haugland, in response to Lisa Timmel's recent post.  I'm curious about your theory of the "Goldilocks Point," this balancing point between new work and old work that is different for every individual. I believe that it exist...

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Award Season 2010 - Norton Nods

by: Todd Williams at 04/16/2010 04:07 PM

So this morning I'm thinking about what I am going to wear to the  IRNEs  on Monday when I get news about our Norton Award nominations! Well - not so much what I'm gonna wear - more so where I am going to take a few of our nominees for dinner....

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Student Designers Take The Stage

by: Allie Herryman at 04/15/2010 04:11 PM

One of the most valuable aspects of the partnership between the Huntington Theatre Company and Boston University is the opportunity for students to work closely with the Huntington’s professional shops and artisans. I sat down with second-year MFA...

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Expanding the Idea of New Work: Part I

by: Lisa Timmel at 04/13/2010 04:12 PM

For the next couple weeks, Lisa Timmel and Charles Haugland are going to have an ongoing conversation about new work at the Huntington. (They actually have that conversation everyday; they're just inviting more people in for a bit.) Stay tuned for...

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Behind The Scenes: In The Board Room

by: Lisa McColgan at 04/10/2010 04:13 PM

The Huntington’s Board of Trustees met this past Wednesday evening, in the Rehearsal Hall of the Boston University Theatre. Stick Fly playwright Lydia Diamond was on-hand to discuss the process of how she approaches the creation of her plays, her...

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Susannah Load-In Pictures

by: Allie Herryman at 04/08/2010 10:41 AM

With the closing of Becky Shaw this weekend activity on the BUT stage turned to loading in the upcoming opera,  Susannah . Crews have only a few short days – from now until April 15 – to transform the stage into New Hope Valley, Tennessee, where...

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2010 Theatre Hero: Michael Maso

by: Todd Williams at 04/07/2010 10:44 AM

StageSource announced Monday that our very own managing director has been named this year's Theatre Hero. They write: " Maso has been at the helm of the Huntington since 1982 and has long been a respected local and national arts leader. He has bee...

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Inbox: Melinda Lopez -- From Orchids to Octopi

by: Melinda Lopez at 04/06/2010 10:45 AM

contributed by Huntington Playwriting Fellow Melinda Lopez (Sonia Flew) Hi Friends-- My play  Orchids to Octopi  just opened at Central Square-- It's a play about evolution and love and Why-- I hope you can find time to make it to the show. Melind...

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Susannah In The Shops

by: Allie Herryman at 04/05/2010 10:47 AM

In the shops on Huntington Ave everyone is busy preparing for the upcoming production of  Susannah , which will play at the Boston University Theatre April 15 – 18, 2010. The musical drama in two acts, with music and text by Carlisle Floyd, is an...

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Lesson Of The Day

by: Todd Williams at 04/01/2010 10:52 AM

This just in from Justin Seward: "Yesterday's Lesson of the Day: When driving a truck through DC, you cannot drive on certain streets close to the White House and Capital... or the secret service will pull you over! I didn't get a fine/ticket...

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Props Please!

by: Todd Williams at 03/25/2010 10:55 AM

It's nice to see our staff get the recognition they deserve. This week it was our own Props Master Kristine Holmes who was featured in the Globe 's Sunday South section. (Photo: Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)  Click here to read the article online a...

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35 Below Rocks and Rolls

by: M. Bevin O'Gara at 03/17/2010 10:57 AM

35 Below  is the Huntington Theatre Company's exclusive club for the culturally curious aged 35 & under. 35 Below patrons are invited to special parties and receive news about special events, exclusive contests, and backstage gossip. And best all,...

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Stick Fly Update

by: Todd Williams at 03/15/2010 11:03 AM

News came this morning that, as of 9AM, there were only 25 unsold tickets remaining for the run of Stick Fly (through March 28th). The show has been very popular and we wish we were able to add more performances! Tickets are extremely limited but...

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Becky Shaw Opening Night

by: Lisa McColgan at 03/15/2010 11:05 AM

The Lane-Comley Studio 210 at the BU Theatre complex was transformed into a festive event space for the Opening Night pre-performance dinner of Becky Shaw this past Wednesday night.  Huntington Trustees, Overseers, Opening Night sponsors and membe...

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Governor Patrick Attends Stick Fly

by: Todd Williams at 03/06/2010 11:07 AM

It was an exciting night for the Huntington last night.  Becky Shaw  began previews at the BU Theatre tonight with huge audience of over 600, followed by the well attended "Leave with the Wrong Girl" 35Below Wrap Party up in Studio 210. Photos sur...

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The Huntington Staff Plans To Leave With The Wrong Girl

by: M. Bevin O'Gara at 03/05/2010 11:09 AM

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...

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Poetry Out Loud Semifinals This Weekend!

by: Lynn Johnson, Associate Director of Education at 03/05/2010 11:10 AM

"Workers need poetry more than bread. They need that their life should be a poem." — Simone Weil Hi Friends!  I'm inviting you to share in the success of our 5th Annual Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest ! If you love poetry, historic...

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From Student Matinee to Huntington Playwriting Fellow: Kirsten Greenidge

by: Kirsten Greenidge at 03/03/2010 11:16 AM

Recently, we completed a grant for the NEA New Play Development Program seeking development support of Kirsten Greenidge's wonderful play, The Luck of the Irish . As part of the process, she wrote the following statement and it was so moving that ...

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The Huntington In The Classroom

by: Danny Bryck at 03/02/2010 11:23 AM

Today we welcome guest blogger Danny Bryck, who is one of our Professional Interns and works with our Education Department.  One of the most interesting things I get to do is visit classes at different schools around the area before they come to s...

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Stick Fly Adds Performances!

by: Todd Williams at 02/26/2010 11:24 AM

Due to overwhelming ticket demand we have added an additional 10 performances of  Stick Fly , March 7 and 21, and March 23 - 28. That's only about 3700 seats - so get them while they last.We are also taking stand by ticket reservations for...

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Stick Fly Items For Sale

by: Todd Williams at 02/26/2010 11:29 AM

We have a few items in  Stick Fly  that we are trying to sell on behalf of Arena Stage. It would be great if we could save on shipping them back to DC.  The items are: Viking range  model# VGSC4866QSS :   SOLD   SubZero fridge:  paid $550, will se...

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Stick Fly Invited Dress

by: Lisa McColgan at 02/20/2010 11:35 AM

Today we welcome a new voice to the Huntington's blog - staffer Lisa McColgan, the Huntington's Annual fund Coordinator. Thanks Lisa!  This past Thursday, we invited a number of special guests (including Board members, donors, and community leader...

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IRNE Nominations

by: Todd Williams at 02/16/2010 11:42 AM

The Huntington garnered 29 IRNE nominations for plays produced in 2009, more than any other local theatre company. The nominees are: A Civil War Christmas: An American Musical Celebration Best Supporting Actress, Jacqui Parker Best Supporting...

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Lydia Diamond Interviews Kenny Leon

by: Todd Williams at 02/11/2010 11:47 AM

This season at the Huntington, we are telling seven distinct American stories. To tease out the connections between the shows, we’ve asked artists from different productions to interview each other about their work. Below, playwright Lydia R....

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Huntington Announces New Playwriting Fellows

by: Todd Williams at 02/04/2010 11:49 AM

The Huntington announces the 2010 class of Huntington Playwriting Fellows: Patrick Gabridge , Martha Jane Kaufman , and Ryan Landry . This artistically diverse group of writers will be in residence at the theatre for two years.  Through the...

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Here She Is, Boys! Alice Duffy Makes Her Broadway Debut

by: Todd Williams at 01/28/2010 11:51 AM

Here's Alice Duffy on NBC's Today show. In addition to Present Laughter Alice has appeared at the Huntington in Dead End, Heartbreak House, A Month in the Country and Les Liaisons Dangereuses.

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Present Laughter Opens On Broadway!

by: Todd Williams at 01/21/2010 11:56 AM

Just in case you haven't heard... tonight is opening night for the Broadway production of  Present Laughter  at the Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre. Here's a toast to Nicky, and the cast and crew! Break a leg! It's pretty much the same bunc...

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Collaborators In Conversation: David Esbjornson & Craig Lucas

by: Todd Williams at 01/05/2010 11:59 AM

Throughout this season, we will feature artists interviewing other artists working at the Huntington. Below,  All My Sons  director David Esbjornson (left) talks with playwright Craig Lucas (right), author of  Prelude to a Kiss.  Here's a short...

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