New Staging of Leopoldstadt, More in 2024-2025 Season Lineup for Boston's Huntington | Playbill

Regional News New Staging of Leopoldstadt, More in 2024-2025 Season Lineup for Boston's Huntington

The Boston company has announced five of their seven titles, including the Olivier- and Tony-winning Tom Stoppard play.

Boston's Huntington will produce a new staging of Tom Stoppard's Leopoldstadt in their upcoming 2024-2025 season, which was unveiled March 19. The company has revealed five of the seven titles that will make up the regional company's upcoming season, with two additional titles to be announced in the coming weeks.

Also on the roster for the season, the company's second under Artistic Director Loretta Grecco, are Adam Guettel and Craig LucasThe Light in the PiazzaRicardo Pérez González’s Don’t Eat the Mangos, and the first two plays of Nigerian American playwright Mfoniso Udofia’s epic nine-play, multi-generational Ufot Family Cycle, Sojourners and The Grove.

"What matters most to me in the theatre is great writing; a playwright takes a story, makes it so personal to them, and through that, makes it powerful and profound for all of us,” says Greco in a statement. “It’s been immensely gratifying to see Boston audiences connect with the writers this past season, my first at The Huntington. When I looked at plays for next year, what resonated most were stories about family, the core connections that follow us for life. How do family expectations and legacy shape each of us in different ways? The plays we will bring you have an international flair, but I love them because they are intimate, resonant, funny, and cathartic. I can’t wait for you to join us!"

In addition to the announced programming, The Huntington will host a city-wide celebration of the Ufot Family Cycle this spring, in partnership with a number of Boston theatre companies and arts organizations, local universities and businesses, and community organizations, who are coming together to collectively produce the nine plays of the cycle over the next two seasons.

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