Actors Forum

Meet the cast of The Second Girl and ask them your questions at the Actors Forum, following the Thursday evening performance.

 

About The Second Girl

With Eugene O'Neill's classic Long Day's Journey into Night as a backdrop, The Second Girl is set in the downstairs world of the Tyrone family kitchen in August 1912. 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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Pavilion at the BCA — buy early and save

 

"Ronan Noone has been a central part of the Huntington's family since 2003 when he was named to the very first cohort of Playwriting Fellows. Our audiences responded so warmly to Brendan, his play about an Irish immigrant finding his way in his adopted home of Boston, and I know they'll feel the same about his latest work that intimately explores the longings of the secondary characters from one of the 20th century's greatest dramas."— Peter DuBois
"The Second Girl is the reason I began writing plays. It tells an immigrant American story about what it means to come to America and what American means to so many. It is a thrill to have this play go up in my hometown and at the Huntington Theatre Company, and it is tremendous to be working with Campbell Scott again."— Ronan Noone
"I am thrilled to be working at the Huntington for a third time, especially in the new capacity as director of Ronan Noone's compelling new drama The Second Girl. This is mature and subtle playwriting, and I can't imagine a better theatrical environment in which to premiere it or a more perceptive audience with whom to experience it for the first time."— Campbell Scott

Prices & Seating

A Huntington subscription guarantees you a great night out with your spouse, partner, or friends. Only subscribers receive the best seats at the best prices; free and easy ticket exchanges, missed performance insurance, split payment options, exclusive access and priority seating to David Cromer's production of Come Back, Little Sheba, and more!

7-Play Package Price (Best Value!)
Includes 4 plays at the BU Theatre & 3 plays at the Wimberly Theatre


Section
DAY / TIME AA ABCD
PEAK (Fri & Sat evening, Sun matinee) $595 $546 $399 $252 $140*
OFF PEAK
(Sun - Thu evening, Sat matinee)
$525 $476 $301 $214* $140*
PREVIEW (Fri, Sat, Sun, & Tue) 
& WED MATINEE
$441 $371 $259 $168* $140*

 

4-Play Package Price
Includes any 4 plays at the BU Theatre and the Wimberly Theatre


Section
DAY / TIME AA ABCD
PEAK (Fri & Sat evening, Sun matinee) $374 $322 $266 $196 $99*
OFF PEAK
(Sun - Thu evening, Sat matinee)
$334 $282 $201 $160* $99*
PREVIEW (Fri, Sat, Sun, & Tue) 
& WED MATINEE
$294 $234 $194 $144* $99*

 

Subscription Discounts
*BU, Corporate, and Senior discounts may not be applied to select subscriptions

AFFILIATION-BASED DISCOUNTS apply to ALL regularly-priced subscriptions you buy. We must receive a photocopied ID to process your order.

  • BU Faculty/Staff/Alumni: take $10 off each play ($70 off 7-play package).
  • Corporate: take $10 off each play ($70 off 7-play package). Employees of the following are eligible:
    • Bank of America
    • Cambridge Savings Bank
    • Cambridge Trust Company
    • TJX
    • Tufts Health Plan
  • U.S. MILITARY / VETERANS$15 tickets are available to all performances using the promo code MILITARY. Valid ID required. Learn more.

AGE-BASED DISCOUNTS apply only to those individuals who qualify. We must receive a photocopied ID for EACH qualified subscription to process your order.

  • Senior (65+): take $5 off each play ($35 off 7-play package).
  • 35 Below (35 & under): subscribe for just $25 per play — 7 plays for just $175. Not available in AA section at the BU Theatre.
  • Student (25 & under): subscribe for just $15 per play — 7 plays for just $105. Not available in AA section at the BU Theatre.
Seatmap

Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre: 264 Huntington Avenue, Boston MA 02115
South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA: 527 Tremont Street, Boston MA 02116
Main: 264 Huntington Avenue, Boston MA 02115 | 617 266 7900 | BOX OFFICE 617 266 0800

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