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  • Derek Lindesay at the 2013 August Wilson Monologue Competition

    Second Runner-Up Derek Lindesay of Codman Academy Public Charter School performs a monologue as Memphis from "Two Trains Running" at the 2013 August Wilson Monologue Competition Boston Regional Finals, hosted by the Huntington Theatre Company at the South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA.

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  • Iliana Mendez at the 2013 August Wilson Monologue Competition

    First Runner-Up Iliana Mendez of Brighton High School performs a monologue as Rose from "Fences" at the 2013 August Wilson Monologue Competition Boston Regional Finals, hosted by the Huntington Theatre Company at the South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA.

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  • Antonio Stroud at the 2013 August Wilson Monologue Competition

    Boston Regional Champion Antonio Stroud of Boston Day & Evening Academy performs a monologue as Hedley from "Seven Guitars" at the 2013 August Wilson Monologue Competition Boston Regional Finals, hosted by the Huntington Theatre Company at the South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA.

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  • 35 Below: After Party With Us

    35 BELOW is the Huntington Theatre Company's exclusive club for the culturally curious aged 35 & under. Tickets to any Huntington performance are just $25 through our 35 Below program, and 35 Below patrons receive access to special after parties with live music and drinks, along with news about exclusive events, contests, and backstage gossip. Did we mention that tickets are only $25 any time?

    You can also join by simply buying 35 Below tickets, which are available online or by phone at 617 266 0800. 35 Below tickets are just $25 to any performance, any time. Admission to exclusive wrap parties for patrons aged 21-35 is free with the purchase of a ticket. Learn more at huntingtontheatre.org/35below.

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  • From Us To You: Thank You

    It is your support that has allowed us to build a theatre worthy of a Tony, and so from all of us here at the Huntington, we say thank you, and we wish you a happy holiday season.

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  • Make a Gift. Join the Hunt. Have an Impact.

    The Hunt is our new donor program for members of the Huntington's 35 Below program. Deepen your connection to the theatre you love while making an impact by contributing today. Enjoy great perks and exclusive access for as low as $75 dollars a year. Help us bring world-class theatre to the Huntington stage. Make a gift. Join the Hunt. Have an impact.

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  • Make A Gift Today

    The Bare Necessities of a Huntington production are:
    19 cast members
    12 musicians
    150 people backstage
    and YOU.

    You make it all possible. Please make your gift today at huntingtontheatre.org/donate.

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  • "Play Me, I'm Yours!" Paint Process

    To celebrate their 75th anniversary, our friends at the Celebrity Series of Boston have teamed up with renowned artist Luke Jerram to bring his "Play Me, I'm Yours!" public piano installation project to Boston. From September 27 through October 14, they'll be installing 75 playable pianos in public locations throughout Boston/Brookline/Cambridge/Somerville for absolutely anyone to go and play at absolutely any time. 

    That means get ready for lots and lots of pretty music floating through autumn air (plus, inevitably, a few people playing "Chopsticks," because that's pretty much unavoidable). 

    These aren't just any ol' public pianos, of course. Each one has been customized and decorated by a local artist or arts organization, with free range to do whatever they'd like to add some (or lots of) color to the project (plus a few minor stipulations). It's a way of bringing some attention to the wonderful diversity of the arts in the Boston community.

    Our talented paint shop -- Kristin Krause, Kate Bosch, and Sam Pagnotta -- dressed up one of the pianos with a little bit of jungle flare, to help spread the word about The Jungle Book. Take a look behind-the-scenes at their painting process, and when you see those keys on the street this fall, make sure you give 'em a little twinkle (and don't worry, you don't have to play songs from the show. Not unless you want to, of course).

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  • Peter DuBois on the Huntington's 2013-2014 Season

    The Huntington's 2013-2014 Season promises to be one of our most extraordinary ever with seven breathtaking productions of exciting new works and classics made current. Artistic Director Peter DuBois discusses the highlights of each production — from the return of some of the Huntington's favorite artists to the culmination of years of new play development — as we ride into the new season on the waves of our Tony Award recognition.

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  • Community Membership

    The Huntington's Community Membership program currently serves 100+ organizations and 1,200+ members by offering $15 tickets for the best available seats, with no restrictions on location or performance. To learn more or get your group involved in the Community Membership program, visit huntingtontheatre.org/community.

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  • TONY Awards Photos

    Photo credit: Peter Lau

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  • Tony Awards Acceptance Speech

    Michael Maso and Peter DuBois accept the Regional Theatre Award at the 2013 Tony Awards ceremony.

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  • Education & Community Programs

    "Just give me the opportunity, and I'll do the rest."

    One of the most extensive and admired programs in the country, the Huntington’s Education Department serves more than 10,000 students, teachers, and community organizations each year with student matinees, state-wide Poetry Out Loud and the August Wilson Monologue CompetitionLearn more about the life-changing impact of the Huntington's community and education programs.

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  • 2013 Spotlight Spectacular Photo Slideshow

    Photo credit: Paul Marotta

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  • A Tribute To David Cromer at the 2013 Spotlight Spectacular

    Our Town cast members Derrick Trumbly & Emily Skeggs perform a tribute to director and Wimberly Award recipient David Cromer (sung to the tune of "Barcelona" from Company) at the Huntington's 2013 Spotlight Spectacular.

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  • "You're The Top" at the 2013 Spotlight Spectacular

    Laura Osnes and Santino Fontana, stars of Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella on Broadway, perform "You're The Top" by Cole Porter, with additional lyrics by Robert Berliner, in celebration of honorees Douglas & Judi Krupp at the Huntington Theatre Company's 2013 Spotlight Spectacular.

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  • A Home For Boston's Theatre Community

    In 2004, the Huntington Theatre Company opened the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA, Boston's first new theatre in over 75 years. Over the past eight seasons, our vision to create a second artistic home for the Huntington and a much-needed resource for our local theatre community has transformed a neighborhood and Boston's cultural landscape.

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  • Huntington-Codman Summer Theatre Institute on BNN

    Students from Dorchester's Codman Academy Public Charter School learn lessons in black history, drama, and teamwork by performing excerpts from works of August Wilson in a summer program offered in collaboration with the Huntington Theatre Company. Report for BNN News by Lindsey Briggs. Aired July 29, 2011.

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  • Karen MacDonald: Planting Roots in Boston

    Boston actress Karen MacDonald has found an artistic home in Boston and at the Huntington. Your support helps us continue provide an place where artists can rejuvenate, reconnect with their favorite collaborators, and feel free to take artistic risks. Every new or increased dollar you contribute to our Annual Fund this fall will be matched by Huntington Trustee Judi Krupp and her husband Douglas.

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  • Michael Maso Accepts TCG's 2012 Theatre Practitioner Award

    Huntington Theatre Company managing director Michael Maso accepted Theatre Communications Group's Theatre Practitioner Award at TCG's annual conference "Model the Movement" on Thursday, June 21, 2012.

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  • Only A Few Days Left to Triple Your Gift!

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    Make a new gift, increase your gift, or make a second gift — Carol Deane's CHAIRMAN'S CHALLENGE will TRIPLE it.

    Please help us write the next extraordinary chapter in the Huntington's history.
    Thank you for your support!

    TRIPLE YOUR GIFT

  • Triple Your Gift Before June 30

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    Make a new gift, increase your gift, or make a second gift — Carol Deane's CHAIRMAN'S CHALLENGE will TRIPLE it.

    Please help us write the next extraordinary chapter in the Huntington's history.
    Thank you for your support!

    TRIPLE YOUR GIFT

  • Kirsten Greenidge: Inspired by the Huntington

    In 1986, Kirsten Greendige attended a student matinee performance of Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone. The experience was a seminal one for her, one that inspired her to become a playwright. 16 years later, her play The Luck of the Irish broke Huntington records when it made its world premiere at the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA / South End. Check out this video from Kirsten about how the Huntington has made a difference to her.

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  • Michael Maso at the 2012 Spotlight Spectacular

    Managing Director Michael Maso was honored with the Wimberly Award at the 2012 Spotlight Spectacular, in recognition of 30 years of leadership at the helm of the Huntington. His acceptance speech included more than a few surprises.

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  • Lydia R. Diamond: Finding an Artistic Home in Boston

    Stick Fly playwright Lydia R. Diamond on finding an artistic home in Boston.

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  • I AM THEATRE: Michael Maso

    From Theatre Communication Group's (TCG) I AM THEATRE video series. Managing Director Michael Maso discusses his history and relationship with August Wilson at the Huntington.

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  • WBUR: "And The Tony Goes To...The Huntington!

    From WBUR, June 3, 2013: 

    For theater lovers, the Tony Awards are the most anticipated event of the year. They’re coming up this Sunday, and Bostonians have good reason to tune in to the ceremony — our very own Huntington Theatre Company is receiving the 2013 Regional Theatre Award. The Broadway League and American Theatre Wing cited the Huntington for ” championing theatre as an art form.”

    The Huntington’s artistic director Peter DuBois joins us to tell us why he thinks they were chosen for the award.

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