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Leopoldstadt 
by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Carey Perloff
The Huntington Theatre
September 12 – October 13, 2024
Produced in association with Shakespeare Theatre Company

Winner! Four Tony Awards, including Best Play 
Winner! Two Laurence Olivier Awards, including Best New Play 

The latest masterpiece and most personal play from Tom Stoppard, Leopoldstadt is a stirring and epic story of love, family, and enduring bravery. In Vienna, the heart of European culture at the rise of the 20th century, two brothers have conflicting visions of prosperity – both for their family and the Jewish people – a tension that will echo through the generations that follow.

Sojourners 
by Mfoniso Udofia
Directed by Dawn M. Simmons
The Huntington Theatre
October 31 – December 1, 2024

Rising star playwright Mfoniso Udofia launches her sweeping cycle with a family’s origin story. Marriage, migration, and the pursuit of education collide when a young and brilliant Nigerian couple arrives in Houston, looking to earn their degrees and bring insights back to their home country. But when Abasiama discovers that her husband has been seduced by Motown records and American culture, she has to choose between the Nigerian Dream and her obligations as a matriarch. Director Dawn M. Simmons helms the lively and funny Sojourners at the historic Huntington Theatre following her acclaimed production of K-I-S-S-I-N-G at the Calderwood Pavilion.

The Grove 
by Mfoniso Udofia
Directed by Awoye Timpo
Calderwood Pavilion / Wimberly Theatre
February 7 – March 9, 2025

Playwright Mfoniso Udofia stages a family homecoming, asking what it means to draw on the wisdom and beauty of our ancestors when the bonds of family are stretched to the limit. Abasiama’s eldest daughter Adiaha wants to become a writer to make her family proud, but at her graduation party, she has to choose: fulfill her parents’ desires to settle with a traditional Nigerian man, or stay true to her own romantic match. Director Awoye Timpo (The Bluest Eye at The Huntington) reunites with longtime collaborator Udofia for a play with the rich heart of a family drama against the thrilling theatrical backdrop of a Greek chorus of ancestors.

The Triumph of Love 
by Marivaux
translated by Stephen Wadsworth
Directed by Loretta Greco
The Huntington Theatre
March 7 – April 6, 2025

Love takes center stage in this uproarious classic French comedy by 18th century playwright Pierre Carlet de Marivaux. A clever princess is smitten at first sight – but to win her prince, she must woo him in disguise. Mistaken identities, hilarious complications and deeply felt desire collide head on with Rationalist Philosophy – and surprising romantic entanglements ensue! Artistic Director Loretta Greco stages Stephen Wadsworth’s magnificent adaptation which inspired a passion for Marivaux in America anew.

Don’t Eat the Mangos 
by Ricardo Pérez González
Directed by David Mendizábal
Calderwood Pavilion / Wimberly Theatre
March 26 – April 27, 2025

Winner! 2021 Will Glickman Award for Best Play 

Playwright Ricardo Pérez González’s wickedly funny tragedy Don’t Eat the Mangos portrays life on his home island of Puerto Rico with compassion and humor through the saga of three sisters living just outside San Juan. As a hurricane approaches the beautiful island, secrets and ugly truths are revealed that cause the sisters to wrestle with how to stay true to their familia and homeland – and seek a satisfying revenge. Obie Award winner David Mendizábal returns from the acclaimed world premiere production to direct.

The Light in the Piazza 
Book by Craig Lucas
Music & Lyrics by Adam Guettel
Based on the Novel by Elizabeth Spencer
Directed by Huntington Norma Jean Calderwood Artistic Director Loretta Greco
The Huntington Theatre
May 8 – June 15, 2025

Winner! 6 Tony Awards including Best Original Score 

A lush and soaring romance unfolds as Huntington Artistic Director Loretta Greco (Prayer for the French Republic) creates a brand-new production of Adam Guettel’s sweeping Tony Award-winning score and Craig Lucas’ profound book in this must-see story of a mother, a daughter, and the many meanings of love. Florence, summer 1953. Protective American mother Margaret Johnson brings her daughter Clara abroad for a glimpse of Italy’s romantic history. But when a real-life attraction sparks between Clara and a local boy, Margaret must ask: can she reconcile her own hopes with her daughter’s future?

… And one more show to be announced soon!

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