2012-2013

  • Good People

    Scrambling to make ends meet, Margie Walsh looks up an old flame hoping he’ll help her make a fresh start. A humor-filled and compelling Southie story about how twists of fate determine our path. 

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  • Now Or Later

    A potential family scandal emerges on the election night of a presidential campaign in this smart and timely new play that examines religion, freedom of expression, and personal responsibility.

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  • Betrayal

    Harold Pinter’s Olivier Award-winning razor sharp drama about a passionate love affair innovatively explores the complexities of love, guilt, and duplicity.

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  • Our Town

    Visionary director David Cromer’s critically acclaimed, groundbreaking new version of Our Town. This intimate staging marks the Huntington’s first production in the Roberts Studio Theatre.

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  • Invisible Man

    An idealistic young African-American searches for identity and his place in the world in this gripping adaptation of Ralph Ellison’s landmark American novel about race, power, freedom, and liberty.

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  • A Raisin in the Sun

    The groundbreaking and timeless family drama is an inspiring and fiercely moving portrait of people who yearn for better lives but whose dreams are constantly deferred. 

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  • Ryan Landry's "M"

    A provocative and irreverently funny adaptation of Fritz Lang’s film noir masterpiece about a child killer who is hunted down and brought to justice by the criminal underworld. Warning: not for the faint of heart!


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  • Rapture, Blister, Burn

    Decades after college, friends covet each other’s lives. This insightful, witty, and biting new comedy takes a deep look at family, career, romance, and the decisions that define a life.

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  • Selected Shorts on Tour:
    Springtime, Sex, and Baseball

    Tony and Emmy Award nominee Kate Burton, Emmy Award nominee and Tony Award winner Denis O'Hare, and Academy Award nominee Amy Ryan perform powerful, surprising, romantic, and funny stories by comic master Dorothy Parker, baseball writer W.P. Kinsella (Shoeless Joe), and quirky contemporary humorists Aimee Bender and N.M. Kelby.

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