Tag Archive: Huntington

Former ‘Cosby’ star makes fine ‘Dinner’ companion

BOSTON — Alas, there was a time when love did not conquer all, even in 1967 San Francisco, the American capital of liberalism and tolerance, where young people dissented and protested to their… Continue reading

‘Smart People’ explores race with humor, heart

  BOSTON — Sometimes smart, well-educated, well-spoken people can get tripped up when it comes to issues of race and class. And big controversial ideas can drive wedges between people — even as… Continue reading

‘Becoming Cuba’ loses focus in the second act

BOSTON — The Huntington Theatre Company has certainly put its money where its mouth is in supporting and presenting the work of a whole cadre of young playwrights. including Melinda Lopez, Kirsten Greenidge,… Continue reading

Chekhov’s ‘Seagull’ in good hands at Huntington

BOSTON — The winter of our discontent because of the endless bad weather has also become a winter of strong revivals of the Russian writer Anton Chekhov’s work. So the Huntington Theatre Company’s… Continue reading

Huntington’s ‘Venus in Fur’ is smart, sexy fun

BOSTON — There’s a storm a-brewin’ outside, and soon there’ll be a storm brewing inside in the Huntington Theatre Company’s production of David Ives’ “Venus in Fur” at the BU Theatre. A New… Continue reading

Cast, director lift Huntington’s ‘Cocktail Hour’

BOSTON — While many theater companies are producing holiday-themed pieces this month, the Huntington Theatre Company has done a bit of cross-programming that allows you to escape the holidays entirely for two hours,… Continue reading