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CSC to perform ‘Two Gentlemen’ on Common

BOSTON — Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s Free Shakespeare On The Common is one of Greater Boston’s most beloved traditions. For their 18th annual season, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company is excited to present the comedy “The… Continue reading

A.R.T. announces its 2013-14 season

CAMBRIDGE — The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University, under the Artistic Direction of Diane Paulus, is pleased to announce its 2013/14 Season, which includes the previously announced Robert Schenkkan’s play “All… Continue reading

A.R.T.’s ‘Pippin’ gets 10 Tony nominations

CAMBRIDGE — The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University is pleased to announce that its run-away hit musical “Pippin” has received 10 Tony Award Nominations. This news comes alongside several other announcements… Continue reading

Huntington wins prestigious regional Tony

BOSTON — The Tony Awards Administration Committee announced Friday that it will present the 2013 Regional Theatre Tony Award to the Huntington Theatre Company of Boston on Sunday, June 9. One of the… Continue reading

Nora Theatre’s Huntington to step down

CAMBRIDGE – Central Square Theater has announced that Mary C. (Mimi) Huntington, Founding Artistic Director of The Nora Theatre Company, will step down. The 2012-13 Season marks the 25th year Huntington has helmed… Continue reading

Reagle Music Theatre announces ‘dream’ season

WALTHAM – In 1969, Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston founder and producing artistic director Robert Eagle dreamed a dream of bringing Broadway to Waltham’s doorstep by creating a vibrant summer musical theater… Continue reading

ART names Russo its new managing director

CAMBRIDGE — The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University has announced today that William Russo will join the institution as its new Managing Director, effective this July. Russo, who currently serves as… Continue reading

Veloudos urges patrons to support OneFundBoston

An open letter from Spiro Veloudos, President of the Producers Association of New England Area Theatres: My Friends, Colleagues and Patrons The horrendous events surrounding the Boston Marathon have given us all great… Continue reading

Huntington cancels ‘M’ for April 16

BOSTON — Out of respect for those affected by yesterday’s tragic events and in consideration of potential travel challenges for our audience, Tuesday evening’s performance of Ryan Landry’s “M” at the Calderwopod Pavilion… Continue reading

‘Tuck Everlasting’ postpones Colonial run

BOSTON — The world premiere production of the new musical “Tuck Everlasting,” scheduled to play Boston’s Citi Performing Arts Center Emerson Colonial Theatre (106 Boylston Street) from July 28-August 18, 2013, has been… Continue reading