Blog entries tagged with Michael Maso

Hey Remember That Time We Won A Tony Award That Was Totally Awesome

by: Thom Dunn at 06/12/2013 03:11 PM

Who's got two thumbs and just won a Tony Award? This Guy . Well, technically, this company , but companies don't really have collective thumbs or anything, so the joke doesn't really work as well. Still, the point is: We have a Tony Award! Desiree...

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Michael Maso on the Death of John Silber

by: Michael Maso at 09/27/2012 05:34 PM

We learned today that John Silber passed away early this morning. As transformative a figure as Dr. Silber was to  Boston University , he was even more critical to the  Huntington , which would not have come into being without his personal...

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A Message from Michael Maso, In The Aftermath of the Great Boston Blackout

by: Michael Maso at 03/16/2012 11:53 AM

As most of you know the power outage in the Back Bay had Huntington Avenue as its epicenter, and as a result we lost the Tuesday preview and Wednesday opening night performances of  Ma Rainey . In addition to the BU Theatre our administrative...

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The Huntington Theatre Company in Shocking 3D

by: Todd Williams at 08/10/2011 11:01 AM

Musings from Managing Director Michael Maso (who celebrated a birthday yesterday) on the 3D craze. The Huntington Theatre Company - Avenue of the Arts - South End - Celebrating 30 Years of Timeless Theatre. Tickets for our 2011-2012 on sale TODAY!...

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The Huntington Receives $10M Endowment Gift From The Calderwood Charitable Foundation

by: Todd Williams at 04/28/2011 11:10 AM

      That's a $10,000,000 check! The Huntington Theatre Company received today a $10,000,000 donation from the Calderwood Charitable Foundation. The Calderwood contribution is intended to provide the Huntington with about $500,000 in annual...

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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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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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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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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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Norton Awards News!

by: Temple Gill at 05/20/2014 10:18 AM

Congratulations and huzzah! I am delighted to report that Huntington productions received 3 Elliot Norton Awards at last night’s ceremony: The Jungle Book — Outstanding Musical Production by a Large Theatre; The Seagull — Outstanding Ensemble, Lar...

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Celebrating the Calderwood Pavilion's 10th Anniversary

by: Temple Gill at 10/10/2014 01:20 PM

Page property . . From page: Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA - "A Home for Us All" [11400] Property: Embed 480 x 270 Two hundred and fifty guests including former Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino joined Huntington Theatre Company Chairman Carol G....

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