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The Bluest Eye :  Open Captioned Performance

2/15/2022 The Huntington Calderwood / BCA
7:30pm

Open CaptioningOpen caption (OC) services will be provided at select performances for patrons with slight to profound hearing loss. During open captioned performances, an electronic text display is positioned to the side of the stage, which shows what the actors are saying or singing and describes sound effects on stage. Patrons are placed in select seats near the open caption board to ensure they can see both the stage and the caption board during the performance.

Tickets are $20 for each patron and their guests. To reserve tickets please email access@huntingtontheatre.org, call ticketing services at 617-266-0800, or in person at the Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA, 527 Tremont Street, South End, Boston

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Partial support for open captioning provided by TDF.

Celebrate the legacy of the landmark Toni Morrison novel

The Bluest Eye

Novel by Toni Morrison
By Lydia R. Diamond | Directed by Awoye Timpo
January 28 – March 13, 2022
The Huntington Calderwood/BCA, 527 Tremont St.

COVID SAFETY PROTOCOLS: For the safety and comfort of all who attend our shows, and as required by the city of Boston, all patrons, regardless of age, must present proof of vaccination for COVID-19 in order to enter the theatre. Learn more. 

All tickets come with digital insurance. If you ever feel as if you would rather not see The Bluest Eye in person — for any reason — you can easily exchange your tickets into a specially recorded version of this play. OR, you can purchase tickets to the digital version of The Bluest Eye now .

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Celebrate the legacy of Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winning author Toni Morrison and see her classic debut novel come to life. Boston favorite Lydia Diamond (Stick Fly, Smart People at The Huntington) adapts the book with grace and subtlety. The Bluest Eye tells the story of Pecola, a young Black girl who believes the world would be wonderful if she could have blue eyes. Enthralling, gorgeously written, and incredibly emotional, The Bluest Eye is an American touchstone.  

Director Awoye Timpo is inspired by the storytelling traditions of Black rituals. Audiences will be seated in a circle surrounding the actors, and the experience will create a space for provocation, remembrance and healing. In Awoye’s words, “Coming together in a circle to tell a story is essential to our humanity. That’s what we’re inviting the community into with The Bluest Eye."

 

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