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Please note that Kirsten Greenidge's Our Daughters, Like Pillars, which was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, will now be a part of the 20/21 subscription season (replacing Hurricane Diane which will move to a future season).

 

What the Constitution Means to Me

What the Constitution Means to Me

A Play by Heidi Schreck | Directed by Oliver Butler
Starring Cassie Beck
Jul. 28 - Aug. 23, 2020
Avenue of the Arts / Huntington Avenue Theatre

Direct from a smash run on Broadway, Heidi Schreck’s timely, hilarious and deeply felt play breathes new life into our country’s most important document. Starring is Cassie Beck (The Humans on Broadway), with acclaimed original director Oliver Butler.

 
An Ideal Husband

Calista Flockhart in 
An Ideal Husband

by Oscar Wilde | Directed by Peter DuBois
Sept. 25 - Oct. 18, 2020
Avenue of the Arts / Huntington Avenue Theatre

Golden Globe winner and three-time Emmy Award nominee Calista Flockhart (“Ally McBeal,” The Birdcage) stars in Oscar Wilde’s inspired comedy about money, desire and the depths of deceit.

 
Witch

Witch

by Jen Silverman | Directed by Rebecca Bradshaw
Oct. 16 - Nov. 15, 2020
South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

An up-to-the-second riff on a 1621 Jacobean tragicomedy, this fiendishly funny new play follows an alluring devil named Scratch who arrives in the country village of Edmonton, promising to make the darkest dreams of its locals come true in exchange for their souls.

 
Common Ground Revisited

Common Ground Revisited

Conceived by Melia Bensussen and Kirsten Greenidge
Adapted by Kirsten Greenidge | Directed by Melia Bensussen
Based in part and inspired by Common Ground: A Turbulent Decade in the Lives of Three American Families by J. Anthony Lukas
Jan. 8 - Feb. 7, 2021
Avenue of the Arts / Huntington Avenue Theatre

Inspired by the classic Pulitzer Prize-winning nonfiction book, this riveting and intricately woven new play brings Boston’s history to life, culminating in three families’ experience in court-mandated busing.

 
Teenage Dick

Teenage Dick

by Mike Lew | Directed by Moritz Von Stuelpnagel
Feb. 19 - Mar. 21, 2021
South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

As the winter formal gives way to glorious spring fling in Roseland High School, we enter the world of Mike Lew’s darkly funny, modern-day spin on Richard III.

 
Songbird

Songbird

Written by Michael Kimmel | Music & Lyrics by Lauren Pritchard
Presented by special arrangement with Allison Bressi and Diana Buckhantz
Directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch
Mar. 12 - Apr. 4, 2021
Avenue of the Arts / Huntington Avenue Theatre

This fresh, funny and ingenious new musical features a powerhouse original score that blends folk, bluegrass and pop-country as faded country music star Tammy Trip returns to the dive bar where she got her start, setting off a perfect storm of raging emotions and romantic entanglements.

 

Our Daughters, Like Pillars

by Kirsten Greenidge | Directed by Kimberly Senior
May 21 - Jun. 20, 2021
South End / Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

Obie Award-winning playwright and Boston native Kirsten Greenidge (The Luck of the IrishMilk Like Sugar) and director Kimberly Senior (The Niceties) tell the incredibly funny and moving story of one whirlwind weekend in the life of a contemporary black American family.

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Lackawanna Blues

Lackawanna Blues

Written, performed, and directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson
Avenue of the Arts / Huntington Avenue Theatre
July 9 – July 25, 2020

Tony Award winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson returns to the Huntington -- where he was memorably seen in August Wilson’s Gem of the Ocean and Seven Guitars -- in his riveting, lyrical, and gorgeous autobiographical play about growing up in the 1950s in a boarding house on the banks of Lake Erie.

 

 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, The Simon & Garfunkel Story has been postponed to later this year. We will share new dates soon!


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