2014-2015 Season

The Huntington's 33rd season includes a Tony Award-winning Broadway comedy, a thrilling new play set in Boston, a new play by a celebrated local writer's riffs on a beloved classic, a revival of a scathing, provocative comedy, a classic American drama, and a topical new play directed by Huntington Artistic Director Peter DuBois, plus the return of visionary director David Cromer (Our Town).

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Join us on the Avenue of the Arts for Todd Kreidler's all new stage adaptation of the Academy Award-winning film Guess Who's Coming To Dinner; Clifford Odets' stirring American drama Awake and Sing!; Christopher Durang's wickedly wonderful Broadway hit comedy, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike; and George C. Wolfe's outlandish, landmark comedy The Colored Museum...

...and in the South End for Elizabeth Egloff's provocative medical thriller Ether Dome, set at Boston's own Massachusetts General Hospital; The Second Girl, a moving new Irish drama by Huntington Playwriting Fellow Ronan Noone (Brendan, The Atheist), and after all the terrible things I do, a deeply personal tale of friendship and redemption by A. Rey Pamatmat.

PLUS David Cromer, the creative force behind last season's acclaimed production of Our Town, returns to the intimate Roberts Studio Theatre to stage a beautiful new production of William Inge's Come Back, Little Sheba.


  • Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

    January 2 — February 1, 2015
    Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre

    In this wickedly wonderful Chekhovian mashup, Vanya and Sonia's quiet, bucolic life is hilariously upended when their glamorous movie star sister arrives for the weekend with her brawny boy toy in tow. Christopher Durang's smash-hit Broadway comedy and 2013 Tony Award winner for Best Play.

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  • The Second Girl

    January 16 — February 21, 2015
    South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

    Two Irish immigrant servant girls and the chauffeur search for love, success, and a sense of belonging in their new world in this lyrical and poignant world premiere by Huntington Playwriting Fellow Ronan Noone (Brendan, The Atheist) and directed by Campbell Scott (The Atheist).

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  • The Colored Museum

    March 6 — April 5, 2015
    Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre

    The scathing comedy by George C. Wolfe that redefined what it meant to be black in contemporary America, directed by Tony Award winner Billy Porter (Kinky Boots). Climb aboard for a madcap and stinging journey through 11 hilarious looks at African-American culture — from the depths of the Celebrity Slaveship to the spinning heights of Harlem. 

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  • Come Back, Little Sheba

    March 27 — April 26, 2015
    South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

    When Doc and Lola Delaney rent a room in their cluttered Midwestern home to Marie, a vivacious college student, her youthful energy stirs up forgotten dreams and missed opportunities. Visionary director David Cromer (Our Town) returns to the Roberts Studio Theatre for this intimate and heartrending portrait of a marriage by William Inge.

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  • after all the terrible things I do

    May 22 — June 20, 2015
    South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

    An ordinary job interview at a local bookstore becomes much more in this timely new drama by A. Rey Pamatmat about bullying and second chances directed by Huntington Artistic Director Peter DuBois (Smart People, The Power of Duff).

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  • Guess Who's Coming To Dinner

    September 5 — October 5, 2014
    Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre

    Joanna surprises her liberal, white parents when she brings home her African-American fiancé to meet them. A funny and poignant stage adaptation of the beloved Academy Award-winning film, directed by David Esbjornson (All My Sons).

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  • Ether Dome

    October 17 — November 23, 2014
    South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

    A new treatment promising to end pain pits a doctor and his student in an epic battle between altruism and ambition. A provocative medical thriller by Elizabeth Egloff set at Boston's own Massachusetts General Hospital, directed by Michael Wilson (Now or Later).

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  • Awake and Sing!

    November 7 — December 7, 2014
    Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre

    In a cramped Bronx apartment, a working-class Jewish family dreams of a brighter future. A stirring American classic by Clifford Odets about an unforgettable American family, directed by Melia Bensussen (Luck of the Irish).

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