Your Complete Experience

Your theatregoing experience begins long before the show and doesn’t have to end when the curtain goes down. The Huntington provides many opportunities for you to engage with us and our shows. Hear from our artists. Explore literary and historical angles. Connect with fellow theatre lovers.

Your theatregoing experience begins long before the show and doesn’t have to end when the curtain goes down. The Huntington provides many opportunities for you to engage with us and our shows. Hear from our artists. Explore literary and historical angles. Connect with fellow theatre lovers.



Stay After the Show

Enhance your theatregoing experience with one of our FREE Special Series programs!

Take sides. Join us for dynamic post-show conversations with fellow audience members and Huntington staff after most every performance (except select Saturday and Sunday evenings).

Form new ideas. The Humanities Forum explores the context and significance of the play with a leader expert. Past forums have featured historians Doris Kearns Goodwin (Team of Rivals) and Beverly Morgan-Welch (Museum of African-American History), playwrights Paula Vogel and Lydia R. Diamond, Boston Globe columnists, and accomplished scholars (2nd Sunday matinee series).

Interact with artists. Meet the cast and ask them your questions at the Actors Forum (2nd Wednesday matinee and 2nd Thursday evening series).

Join the party. Out & About Club features a post-show party for GLBT audience members (1st Thursday evening) and 35 Below Wrap Parties provide special evenings for young professionals (select Friday evenings series). Both feature cocktails and live music from local acts.

Get More Online

Go behind the scenes. There's plenty to do online from your home as well. Explore our terrific backstage blog led by Production Manager Todd Williams (now in its 4th year!), our in-depth videos with artist interviews and scenes from the shows, extended articles from our publications, and our new podcast series with conversations with Artistic Director Peter DuBois, post-show events, and more.

Become a fan on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter. Get the scoop on breaking news and backstage details. Join our e-list and receive helpful reminders about your upcoming tickets including information about the show and the venue to help you enjoy your experience more, as well as news and discount information.

Join our e-list and receive helpful reminders about your upcoming tickets including information about the show and the venue to help you enjoy your experience more, as well as news and discount information.

Stay After the Show

Enhance your theatregoing experience with one of our FREE Special Series programs!

Take sides. Join us for dynamic post-show conversations with fellow audience members and Huntington staff after most every performance (except select Saturday and Sunday evenings).

Form new ideas. The Humanities Forum explores the context and significance of the play with a leader expert. Past forums have featured historians Doris Kearns Goodwin (Team of Rivals) and Beverly Morgan-Welch (Museum of African-American History), playwrights Paula Vogel and Lydia R. Diamond, Boston Globe columnists, and accomplished scholars (2nd Sunday matinee series).

Interact with artists. Meet the cast and ask them your questions at the Actors Forum (2nd Wednesday matinee and 2nd Thursday evening series).

Join the party. Out & About Club features a post-show party for GLBT audience members (1st Thursday evening) and 35 Below Wrap Parties provide special evenings for young professionals (select Friday evenings series). Both feature cocktails and live music from local acts.

Get More Online

Go behind the scenes. There's plenty to do online from your home as well. Explore our terrific backstage blog led by Production Manager Todd Williams (now in its 4th year!), our in-depth videos with artist interviews and scenes from the shows, extended articles from our publications, and our new podcast series with conversations with Artistic Director Peter DuBois, post-show events, and more.

Become a fan on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter. Get the scoop on breaking news and backstage details. Join our e-list and receive helpful reminders about your upcoming tickets including information about the show and the venue to help you enjoy your experience more, as well as news and discount information.

Join our e-list and receive helpful reminders about your upcoming tickets including information about the show and the venue to help you enjoy your experience more, as well as news and discount information.


Your theatregoing experience begins long before the show and doesn’t have to end when the curtain goes down. The Huntington provides many opportunities for you to engage with us and our shows. Hear from our artists. Explore literary and historical angles. Connect with fellow theatre lovers.



Stay After the Show

Enhance your theatregoing experience with one of our FREE Special Series programs!

Take sides. Join us for dynamic post-show conversations with fellow audience members and Huntington staff after most every performance (except select Saturday and Sunday evenings).

Form new ideas. The Humanities Forum explores the context and significance of the play with a leader expert. Past forums have featured historians Doris Kearns Goodwin (Team of Rivals) and Beverly Morgan-Welch (Museum of African-American History), playwrights Paula Vogel and Lydia R. Diamond, Boston Globe columnists, and accomplished scholars (2nd Sunday matinee series).

Interact with artists. Meet the cast and ask them your questions at the Actors Forum (2nd Wednesday matinee and 2nd Thursday evening series).

Join the party. Out & About Club features a post-show party for GLBT audience members (1st Thursday evening) and 35 Below Wrap Parties provide special evenings for young professionals (select Friday evenings series). Both feature cocktails and live music from local acts.

Get More Online

Go behind the scenes. There's plenty to do online from your home as well. Explore our terrific backstage blog led by Production Manager Todd Williams (now in its 4th year!), our in-depth videos with artist interviews and scenes from the shows, extended articles from our publications, and our new podcast series with conversations with Artistic Director Peter DuBois, post-show events, and more.

Become a fan on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter. Get the scoop on breaking news and backstage details. Join our e-list and receive helpful reminders about your upcoming tickets including information about the show and the venue to help you enjoy your experience more, as well as news and discount information.

Join our e-list and receive helpful reminders about your upcoming tickets including information about the show and the venue to help you enjoy your experience more, as well as news and discount information.

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