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