Blog entries posted during October 2010

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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