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Peter DuBois

Peter DuBois is in his eleventh season as Artistic Director at the Huntington where his directing credits include  Fall (2018), Tartuffe (2017), Stephen Sondheim’s Sunday in the Park with George (2016) and A Little Night Music , the world premieres of Gina Gionfriddo’s Can You Forgive Her? (2016), Lydia R. Diamond’s Smart People (2014), Evan M. Wiener’s Captors (2011), Stephen Karam’s Sons of the Prophet (2011) (2012 Pulitzer finalist), Bob Glaudini’s Vengeance is the Lord’s and David Grimm’s The Miracle at Naples (2009); the regional premieres of A. Rey Pamatmat’s after all the terrible things I do (2015), Stephen Belber’s The Power of Duff  (2013), Gina Gionfriddo’s Becky Shaw (2010) and Rapture, Blister, Burn (2013), and Craig Lucas’ Prelude to a Kiss (2010). His West/End London credits include Sex with Strangers and Rapture, Blister, Burn (Hampstead Theatre), All New People with Zach Braff (Duke of York's Theatre), and Becky Shaw (Almeida Theatre). His New York credits include Can You Forgive Her? (Vineyard Theatre);The Power of Duff with Greg Kinnear (New York Stage and Film/PowerhouseTheater); Rapture, Blister, Burn (Playwrights Horizons, 2013 Pulitzer Prize finalist); Sons of the Prophet (Roundabout Theatre Company, 2012 Pulitzer Prize finalist); Modern Terrorism, Becky Shaw, Trust with Sutton Foster, All New People, and Lips Together, Teeth Apart (Second Stage Theatre); Measure for Pleasure, Richard III with Peter Dinklage, Mom, How Did You Meet the Beatles?, and Biro (The Public Theater); and Jack Goes Boating with Philip Seymour Hoffman and The View From 151st Street (LAByrinth Theater Company/The Public Theater). He served for five years as associate producer and resident director at The Public Theater, preceded by five years as artistic director of the Perseverance Theatre in Juneau, Alaska. Mr. DuBois has directed multiple episodes of the podcast “Modern Love,”including its debut with Lauren Molina. Prior to his work at Perseverance, Mr.DuBois lived and worked in the Czech Republic where he co-founded Asylum,a multi-national squat theatre in Prague. His productions have been on theannual top ten lists of The New York Times, Time Out, New York Magazine, The New Yorker, Newsday, Variety, Entertainment Weekly, The Evening Standard, The Boston Globe, and Improper Bostonian, and he received an Honorable Mention for 2013 Bostonian of the Year by The Boston Globe Magazine.

(As of August 2018)

Michael Maso

Michael Maso (Managing Director) has led the Huntington’s administrative and financial operations since 1982. He has produced more than 200 productions in partnership with three artistic directors and is one of the most well-regarded managing directors in the theatre industry. Under his tenure, the Huntington has received over 140 Elliot Norton and Independent Reviewers of New England Awards, as well as the Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre. Mr. Maso received the 2016 Massachusetts Nonprofit Network’s Lifetime Achievement Award, as well as TCG’s 2012 Theatre Practitioner Award, the Huntington’s 2012 Wimberly Award, StageSource’s 2010 Theatre Hero Award, the 2005 Commonwealth Award (the state’s highest arts honor) in the category of Catalyst, and the 2000 Norton Prize for Sustained Excellence. In 2004, the Boston Herald honored him as Theatre Man of the Year. Mr. Maso led the Huntington’s 10-year drive to build the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, which opened in September 2004, and is currently leading the redevelopment and renovation of the Huntington Avenue Theatre. He currently serves on the Boston Cultural Planning Steering Committee and previously served as a member of the board for ArtsBoston, Theatre Communications Group (TCG), and StageSource and as a site visitor, panelist, and panel chairman for the National Endowment for the Arts. In 2005, he was named as one of a dozen members of the inaugural class of the Barr Fellows Program. Prior to the Huntington, he served as the managing director of Alabama Shakespeare Festival, general manager of New York’s Roundabout Theatre Company, business manager for PAF Playhouse on Long Island, and as an independent arts management consultant based in Taos, New Mexico.

(As of October 2018)


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