In staging two contemporary Egyptian plays in the U.S., how to eliminate exoticism without erasing specificity? With care, context—and some poetic license.
Our Production Notebook feature has expanded to offer a deep dive into all aspects of stagecraft.
The season will feature works by Mike Lew, Ayad Ahktar, and David Lindsay-Abaire.
The playwright’s works come from within. Some also come from his own experience.
Refreshingly unlikable female protagonists, underrepresented voices, and an array of new American plays take the stage this month.
Huntington Theatre’s staging of John Kennedy Toole’s beloved novel was its biggest hit ever. Can it continue to adapt?
The awards are bestowed to musical theatre librettists and lyricists in honor of ‘Chorus Line’ lyricist Edward L. Kleban.
The two Huntington Playwriting Fellows will complete a two-year residency with the support and resources of the Huntington Theatre Company.
Boston University is selling the Huntington Theatre’s home stage, while Emerson College weighs options for its legendary Colonial Theatre.
The 85-year-old playwright is still on a path of discovery, with ‘Love and Money’ at Signature Theatre and a Broadway revival of ‘Sylvia.’