December 7, 2006

Miscellaneous News

The Huntington is having another $25 ticket sale for the preview performances of The Cherry Orchard. All tickets for the January 5-9, 2006 performances will be on sale for $25 each ONE DAY ONLY; Friday, Dec. 15th. Click here for details on this special offer.



You can’t wait until January to see some non-holiday theatre fare, you say? Boston University School of Theatre Arts presents two productions, both opening tonight: Brendan by Ronan Noone, and Rhinoceros by Eugene Ionesco. Tickets and further information for these productions can be found at http://www.bostontheatrescene.com/. These are student designed and acted productions built right here at our Huntington Avenue shops where the Technical, Design and Production arm of the BU College of Fine Arts theatre program resides.

On stage now at the BU Theatre is well... not much.

We spent most of the week striking the Rabbit Hole set and are getting ready to bring in The Cherry Orchard starting next week.


The first rehearsal was on Tuesday, and here's a shot of actor Mark Blum (Gaev) and Artistic Director Nicholas Martin catching up on old times.



Speaking of catching up on old times: A little birdie told me that one of our blog's biggest fans is Huntington Alumna Miss Kellie B! So here's a shout out to the loudmouth from Texas. I miss you! Come visit!

2 comments:

Lisa said...

Tweet!

Kellie said...

Thanks for the shout out.
Texas is in SoCal at the moment, and had a great visit from Dan R. and Jill P.
Miss all of you!