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02 February 2017

Huntington Revamps Ibsen’s A Doll’s House

By // Theatre (Boston)

As the curtain went up on A Doll’s House, I was instantly pleased and very impressed by James Noone’s set design. The Huntington Theatre Company so often errs on the …

26 January 2016

Huntington Stages Pulitzer Prize-Winning Disgraced

By // Theatre (Boston)

I can usually count on the Huntington to stage a heart-pounding dinner party. Whether its in a familiar story like Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, or in a new sizzling …

17 October 2015

A Gauzy and Glamorous Night at the Huntington

By // Theatre (Boston)

The Huntington opened its 34th season in September with Stephen Sondheim’s romantic, waltz-infused musical A Little Night Music. Full of sumptuous tunes, gorgeous costumes (design by Robert Morgan), and great …

11 March 2015

My Theatre Award Nominee: Q&A w/ Eunice Wong

By // Theatre (Boston)

Before we announce the winners of the 2014 My Theatre Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Eunice Wong is a classically trained actor who has dazzled audiences across …

03 March 2015

The Second Girl Feels Too Secondhand

By // Theatre (Boston)

Although Downton Abbey has been recently winning back my attention after a humdrum 4th season, I decided to watch a different period piece being performed live at the BCA during …

30 January 2015

Boston Must See: February 2015

By // Theatre (Boston)

Here are four productions going up this month that particularly caught my attention. Three of the four are period pieces (two take place in 1912), and all of them, in …

23 January 2015

Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike at the Huntington

By // Theatre (Boston)

The Broadway comedy Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, written by Christopher Durang and directed by Jessica Stone (based on the original Broadway direction of Nicholas Martin) is a …

14 September 2014

Huntington’s Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

By // Theatre (Boston)

I had the best seat in the house, smack-dab in the middle of the first row, mezzanine level. I surveyed the scene from my perch: non-threatening pastels (light brown, cream, …

29 August 2014

Boston Must See: September 2014

By // Theatre (Boston)

We’re back in full swing in Boston with many of the most popular theatre companies in town presenting their first production of the 2014-2015 Season.  Here at My Theatre (Boston), …

12 June 2014

Funny, Moving, Smart People at the Huntington

By // Theatre (Boston)

A few years ago, I heard a knock on my door and wavered about answering it. It was almost eight in the morning, and I should have been out the …

27 March 2014

The Seagull Lands Gracefully

By // Theatre (Boston)

Chekhov wrote The Seagull over a hundred years ago for a Russian audience longing to laugh in the misery of their daily lives. This month, the Huntington Theatre Company brings …

19 January 2014

The Huntington Practices Safe Sex with Venus in Fur

By // Theatre (Boston)

Venus in fur. Ven-us in fur. These words are purred by our gorgeous leading lady, Vanda, played by the seductive and mysterious Andrea Syglowski, with growing anticipation. Syglowski expertly casts …

10 August 2013

Rapture, Blister, Burn Ignites Thought-Provoking Discourse

By // Theatre (Boston)

It’s hard to forget a company like the Huntington Theatre Company in Boston. It surprises audiences continuously with its award-winning seasons. Their late spring production of Rapture, Blister, Burn was …

28 January 2013

Huntington’s Invisible Man

By // Theatre

You could feel the hum of electricity in the theater, both in the metaphorical sense of the audience’s anticipation, and in the literal sense of thousands of light bulbs dangling …

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