(BOSTON) – Single tickets to productions in the Huntington Theatre Company’s 2012-2013 Season go on sale to the general public on Thursday, August 16. The Huntington marks the occasion with a fee-free One Day Sale – all service fees on tickets and subscriptions purchased before 11:59pm on Thursday will be waived. Tickets will be available:
- online at huntingtontheatre.org beginning at 12am
- by phone at 617 266 0800 beginning at 12pm
- in person at the Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre (264 Huntington Ave.) and the South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA (527 Tremont Street) Box Offices beginning at 12pm
Single tickets are available at a wide range of price points, including:
- $15 for active members of the military, veterans, and their immediate families
- $15 for students (aged 25 and under, enrolled in an accredited degree program)
- $25 for those 35 and under with a valid ID
- $25 in select orchestra locations
- $10 off for BU community, WGBH, and WBUR members
- $5 off for seniors
The most affordable way to see Huntington productions is with a subscription, and subscriptions are currently the only way to purchase tickets to David Cromer’s landmark production of Our Town. Packages start as low as $80 for four shows. Information available at huntingtontheatre.org/subscribe.
Great plays begin with great stories. Continuing its 30-year tradition, in 2012-2013, the Huntington will present world-class productions of new works and classics made current created by the best local and national talent. The varied lineup of productions include a gripping adaptation of a great American novel, an outrageous world premiere by one of Boston’s most fascinating playwrights, an acclaimed Broadway hit that tells a local story, a timeless family classic, the American premiere of an edgy political drama, an innovative and intriguing drama, a biting new comedy, and a once-in-a-lifetime visionary production of an American classic.
THE 2012-2013 SEASON LINEUP
- Good People, a compelling Southie story by Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit Hole); directed by Kate Whoriskey; at the Boston University Theatre September 14 – October 14, 2012
- Now or Later, an edgy political drama by Christopher Shinn; directed by Michael Wilson; at the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA October 12 – November 10, 2012
- Betrayal, a razor-sharp drama by Harold Pinter; directed by Maria Aitken (Educating Rita, Private Lives); at the BU Theatre November 9 – December 9, 2012
- Invisible Man, a powerful American classic adapted for the stage by Oren Jacoby, based on the novel by Ralph Ellison; directed by Christopher McElroen; at the BU Theatre January 4 – February 3, 2013
- A Raisin in the Sun, a timeless family classic by Lorraine Hansberry; directed by Liesl Tommy (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Ruined); at the BU Theatre March 8 – April 7, 2013
- “M”, a nightmarish good time adapted by Ryan Landry (Psyched, The Little Pricks) from the Fritz Lang film; directed by Caitlin Lowans; at the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA March 29 – April 27, 2013
- Rapture, Blister, Burn, a biting new comedy by Gina Gionfriddo (Becky Shaw); directed by Huntington Artistic Director Peter DuBois (Sons of the Prophet, Captors); at the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA May 24 – June 22, 2013
The Huntington season also includes Our Town, a once-in-a-lifetime reimagined staging of the intimate classic by Thornton Wilder; directed by and featuring David Cromer; at the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA December 7, 2012 – January 13, 2013. Tickets to Our Town are currently available exclusively to subscribers. Any remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public in October.
SUBSCRIPTIONS NOW ON SALE
Seated subscriptions FlexPass packages starting with a minimum of 4 tickets that can be used for any show and never expire are on sale now. Subscribers save up to 56% on full-price tickets to individual shows. Subscriptions may be purchased by phone 617 266 0800 or online at huntingtontheatre.org/subscribe.
ABOUT THE HUNTINGTON THEATRE COMPANY
Since its founding in 1982, the Huntington Theatre Company has developed into Boston’s leading theatre company. Bringing together superb local and national talent, the Huntington produces a mix of groundbreaking new works and classics made current. Led by Artistic Director Peter DuBois and Managing Director Michael Maso, the Huntington creates award-winning productions, runs nationally renowned programs in education and new play development, and serves the local theatre community through its operation of the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA. The Huntington is in residence at Boston University. For more information, visit huntingtontheatre.org.