Last October, there were threats that the Huntington Theatre Company would be homeless and the Colonial Theatre would become a dining hall.
You don't just attend this play, you commit to it, writes critic Kilian Melloy. In return, it cradles your heart with tender -- but inescapably sharp -- claws.
The Huntington Theatre Company announced Thursday that it will retain control over its longtime home, the BU Theatre.
Gina Gionfriddo's "Can You Forgive Her?" finds satirical humor in romance, grief and consumer debt, says Carolyn Clay.
"Milk Like Sugar" and its look at urban youth facing an uncertain future gets a cocky, convincing Boston premiere at the Huntington, says Carolyn Clay.
MassCreative, ArtsBoston, StageSource and the Fenway Alliance are behind a campaign to keep the Huntington Theatre Company mainstage on Huntington Ave.
The Huntington Theatre's production of "Disgraced," about a Manhattan dinner party that detonates into tribal warfare and multicultural bigotry, is meant to impel a conversation, and it will, writes critic...
Gillette has brought her full repertoire of experiences and training to Boston to appear opposite Nick Offerman in "A Confederacy of Dunces," which runs through Dec. 20.
"A Confederacy of Dunces" at the Huntington shows off Nick Offerman's comedic timing, and a new adaptation of the novel that makes the seedy, joyful milieu of early-1960's New Orleans...
Winnie Holzman -- best known as the creator of the 1990s TV series “My So-Called Life” -- has said that she was inspired to write a play that would pose...
Several local actors play prominent roles in "A Little Night Music" at the Huntington Theatre Company.
Director Peter DuBois crafts a straight-shooting "A Little Night Music" that savors the pleasures of the Sondheim musical, writes Jeremy D. Goodwin.
In the New England premiere of "all the terrible things I do," a riveting production by the Huntington Theatre Company makes the case for the arrival of a new theatrical...
This spring, both companies independently bring playwright A. Rey Pamatmat's work to Boston.
The Apollinaire Theatre Company's sparkling production of hot playwright Lisa D'Amour's "Detroit" shares themes with the Huntington Theatre Company's "Come Back, Little Sheba," says Ed Siegel.
Director David Cromer returns to the Huntington Theatre Company to make a case for "Come Back, Little Sheba" as not only painstakingly realistic but also existential.
Director Billy Porter sets a brisk pace for "The Colored Museum" at the Huntington Theatre Company.
While the Tyrones from "Long Day's Journey into Night" storm forth in their rooms, playwright Ronan Noone wonders about their help in the world premiere of "The Second Girl"?
Stepping in for her directing mentor Nicholas Martin, Jessica Stone takes the helm at the Huntington Theatre Company's production of "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" from Jan. 2...
"Bad Jews" at SpeakEasy Stage Company picks up the debate about Jewish assimilation begun by Clifford Odets' "Awake and Sing!" at the Huntington Theatre Company.