Lydia R. Diamond

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Company One presents ‘Grimm’

‘Grimm’ is a brand-new collection of short plays by Boston’s most celebrated playwrights inspired by their favorite Grimm Brother’s fairytales.

Boston Theatre Critics Announce Nominees for 2010 Elliot Norton Awards

This entry is part 1 of 8 in the series 2010 Elliot Norton Awards

The awards will be given at the 28th annual ceremony, to be held at 7 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30pm) on Monday, May 17, at the newly renovated Paramount Theatre, 549 Washington St., in Boston’s Theater District.

Huntington Theatre Adds Performances of ‘Stick Fly’ through March 28

Due to universal critical acclaim, record-breaking ticket sales, and a continued high demand for tickets, the Huntington Theatre Company has added the following performances to its run of ‘Stick Fly’.

Lydia R. Diamond’s ‘Harriet Jacobs’ to play Roxbury and Providence

Engagements scheduled in March at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury, Masssachusetts and Perishable Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island.

Performances of ‘Harriet Jacobs’ Added Due To Popular Demand!

Now playing through Sunday, January 31 at Central Square Theater.

The Huntington presents Lydia R. Diamond’s ‘Stick Fly’

The Huntington Theatre Company continues its 28th season – a season of American stories – with ‘Stick Fly’ by Huntington Playwriting Fellow Lydia R Diamond.

Photos! ‘Stick Fly’ at the Huntington

Presented in cooperation with Arena Stage at the Calderwood Pavillion from February 19 through March 21, 2010.

Underground Railway Theater presents ‘Harriet Jacobs’

Lydia R. Diamond’s ‘Harriet Jacobs’ performs at Central Square Theater from January through 31.

Huntington Theatre Company Announces One-Day Sale In Time for Holidays

To celebrate the holidays, the Huntington Theatre Company puts tickets to select performances of the four remaining productions in its season of American Stories on sale for just $25.

Huntington Theatre Company hosts a Panel Celebrating August Wilson at Roxbury Community College on September 14

Join the Huntington Theatre Company for a free community event at Roxbury Community College celebrating the legacy of August Wilson and looking ahead to an exciting new generation of playwrights.