Managing Director Michael Maso, onstage with Chief of Arts and Culture Julie Burros, Incoming Huntington Board Chairman David Epstein, Artistic Director Peter DuBois, and Chief of Economic Development John Barros. 1,280 more words
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I Was Most Alive With You, by Craig Lucas, at the Huntington Theatre. Photos by T Charles Erickson
I Was Most Alive With You, by Craig Lucas, at the Huntington Theatre. 823 more words
BU Theatre – interior.
BU Theatre – exterior. Photo by Paul Marotta.
The news arrived in a well thought out but sad news release. BU will close and sell the Huntington Avenue theatre and two adjacent buildings and move College of Fine Arts production, design, and black box facilities from that location to the University’s Charles River Campus.They will require any buyer to guarantee the Huntington’s use of the facility through June 30, 2017. 622 more words
Company One: Dry Land (Ruby Rae Spiegel)
Steven Bogart directs the Boston premier of Spiegel’s play. From C1:
A story about abortion, bad jokes, bathing suits, and friendship, DRY LAND, a New York Times critics’ pick, is a brave portrayal of the contemporary American teenager that epitomizes What’s Next in American theatre. 292 more words