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

by:  Rebecca Curtiss at 11/09/2010

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 Circle Mirror Transformation . Photo by T. Charles Erickson

Regarding Circle Mirror Transformation, our offering in The Shirley, VT Plays festival, which closes this Sunday:

  • Circle Mirror... director Melia Bensussen and the other Shirley directors discussed the festival and Annie Baker on "The Callie Crossley Show" on WGBH-FM (89.7).
  • WBUR-FM (90.9) critic-at-large Ed Siegel gave a Circle Mirror...and the other plays terrific reviews.
  • ran a great review, too.
  • A feature on the City's Best website ran about actress Betsy Aidem (Marty).

Larry Pine (Mathew Horvath) in Vengeance is the Lord's. Photo by Bryce Vickmark

Regarding Vengeance is the Lord's, our upcoming world premiere that begins performances this Friday:

  • The Patriot Ledger and sister Community/Tab newspapers ran a feature on playwright Bob Glaudini.
  • Watch out for The Boston Globe feature about Glaudini, director Peter DuBois, and the production in this Friday's paper.

Which media outlets or blogs do you rely on for your news about theatre?


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Rebecca Curtiss is the Communications Manager at the Huntington. Her 3-year-old son Charlie is the unofficial inter-office mascot of the Huntington.

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