Category: Huntington Theatre Company
Congratulations to Melinda Lopez and Huntington Theatre Company on this opening night of Yerma…which runs through June 30!
Playwright alum/adjunct assistant professor Melinda Lopez's Mala plays at Huntington Theatre Company until Feb. 4. Happy opening!
Playwright alum MJ Halberstadt has been selected to join the new cohort of Huntington Playwriting Fellows—congrats MJ!
Join us this Saturday, May 13, for the Warm-Up Laps—readings of full-length plays—presented in collaboration with the Boston Center for the Arts and its resident theatres in the BCA’s Deane Rehearsal Hall.
The readings are FREE and open to the public!
Stir Frying Mahjong by Christina Chan
Sponsored by Company One Theatre
How to Build a Universe That Doesn’t Fall Apart Two Days Later by Thom Dunn
Sponsored by Huntington Theatre Company
Ward Nine by Bill Doncaster
Sponsored by SpeakEasy Stage Company
Deane Rehearsal Hall at the Boston Center for the Arts
527 Tremont Street, Boston
...and the fun continues with 50 amazing ten-minute plays at Boston Theater Marathon XIX on May 14! Tickets
Happy opening night to Ronan Noone and the cast and crew of his new play The Second Girl, which opens tonight at the BCA in a production by the Huntington Theatre Company. Break a leg, everyone!
Happy opening night to Melinda, Bevin, and the Huntington's Becoming Cuba team!
Melinda Lopez and Huntington Theatre Artistic Director Peter DuBois chat about Melinda's three-year residency with the company, which begins this summer.
One-act plays by Michael Parsons (The Lighthouse) and Jaclyn Villano (The Rain Fell Up), and ten-minute plays by MJ Halberstadt (w4m) and Jaclyn Villano (Ratings Worthy) will be presented at the KCACTF Region 1 Festival. The event will be held in Hyannis in January...
Walt McGough has been announced as one of the Huntington Theatre Company’s 2012-14 cohort of Huntington Playwriting Fellows. Catch a reading of his play The Haberdasher tonight at 7 p.m. at BPT, part of Boston Actors Theater’s Beantown Reading Series…
A very nice review of Fresh Ink’s production of Ginger Lazarus’ The Embryos, which starts its final weekend of performances on Thursday...
Peter Floyd’s The Centipede King – which he told us about here – will be read on Thursday, the latest in Vagabond Theatre Group’s There Will Be Words reading series, aimed to introduce original works to Boston audiences…
This Friday, Kate Snodgrass will be inducted to the Wichita North High School Hall of Fame…