April 18, 2007

Huntington's 2007-2008 Season Announced

The press releases are flying out the door this week. Here's a quick heads upon next year's season.

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"The Huntington Theatre Company announced today its 2007-2008 Season, which includes two world premieres by local playwrights, the final work by award-winning writer Wendy Wasserstein, a play that landed on all the major top ten lists of 2006, and American premiere of a West End London smash on it's way to Broadway, and a beloved classical musical.

This is the final season to be programmed by Huntington Artistic Director Nicholas Martin, who in June 2008 becomes Artist Emeritus for two years. Martin will also direct the season-closing musical, "She Loves Me."

Alfred Hitchcock’s “The 39 Steps
Adapted by Patrick Barlow
Based on an Original Concept by
Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon
Based on the book by John Buchan
Sept. 14 - Oct. 14, 2007
Boston University Theatre, the Huntington’s main stage

"Brendan"
by Ronan Noone
Directed by Justin Waldman
Oct. 12 - Nov. 11, 2007
Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts

"Streamers"
by David Rabe
Directed by Scott Ellis
Nov. 9 - Dec. 9, 2007
B.U. Theatre

"Third"
by Wendy Wasserstein
Director to be announced
Jan 4 - Feb 3, 2008
B.U. Theatre

"Shining City"
by Conor McPherson
Director to be announced
March 7 - April 6, 2008
B.U. Theatre

"The Cry of the Reed"
by Sinan Unel
Director to be announced
March 28 - May 4, 2008
Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA

"She Loves Me"
Book by Joe Masteroff
Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
Music by Jerry Bock
Based on a play by Mikos Laszlo
Directed by Nicholas Martin
May 16 - June 15, 2008
B.U. Theatre


Click here to see all of our 2007-2008 plays

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congrats on the Season line-up for 2007-2008. Kudos to local playwrights Ronan Noone and Sinan Unel who continue to present interesting, relevant work on the world stage which we get to see here in Boston!

- Jeff Poulos, StageSource

YS said...

I can only second Jeff's comments.

http://mirroruptolife.blogspot.com/2007/04/huntingtons-season.html