Peter DuBois

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Huntington Theatre Company announces 2010-2011 Season including Two World Premieres and Shakespeare

The Huntington Theatre Company’s 29th Season will include two world premieres directed by Huntington Artistic Director Peter DuBois, an American classic, two Shakespeare plays in repertory, a three-play festival from a breakout writer, and the 2009 winner of the Pulitzer Prize.

Photos! Meet the Cast of ‘Prelude to a Kiss’

‘Prelude to a Kiss’ runs from May 14 through June 13 at the Boston University Theatre.

Company One, Huntington Theatre Company, and SpeakEasy Stage Company Collaborate to Present Annie Baker’s “Shirley, Vermont” in Fall 2010

Three Boston theatre companies will engage in a landmark local collaboration this fall to produce breakout writer Annie Baker’s first three plays.

Nicholas Martin directs, plays by Bob Glaudini, Annie Baker, and Stephen Karam for Huntington’s 2010-11 Season

More titles and directors come to light for the Huntington’s 2010-11 Season, based on an seasonal audition notice on

2009-2010 Huntington Season Concludes with Craig Lucas’ ‘Prelude to a Kiss’

Artistic Director Peter DuBois completes his second season with a magical romantic comedy.

The A.R.T., ICA and the Huntington present ‘Emerging America’ May 14-26, 2010

The American Repertory Theater, Huntington Theatre Company, and the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston have joined forces for the first time to create Emerging America — an annual festival devoted to supporting and launching new voices in American theatre.

‘Becky Shaw’ Looks at Dating, Families, & Secrets

Strong family relationships, impressive performances highlight Huntington production.

Photos! ‘Becky Shaw’ at the Huntington

Performing at the Huntington through April 4.

The Huntington Announces “35 Below” Wrap Parties

Special events planned for ‘Becky Shaw’ and ‘Prelude to a Kiss’.

Massachusetts’ Participation in National Poetry Recitation Contest Celebrates Fifth Year

Competitions will occur on March 6 in Yarmouth, Springfield, Framingham, and at the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion.