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HUNTINGTON THEATRE COMPANY’S 10th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE CALDERWOOD PAVILION AT THE BCA

Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA 10th Anniversary Ribbon Cutting: (L-R) BCA Chairman Philip W. Lovejoy, Huntington Trustees Gerald and Sherryl Cohen, Calderwood Charitable Foundation Trustee John Cornish, former Huntington chairman J. David Wimberly, (behind) Paul Grogan of The Boston Foundation, BCA Executive Director Veronique Le Melle, Huntington Chairman Carol G. Deane, (behind) former BRA member Harry Collings, former Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino, Bank of America Massachusetts State President Robert Gallery, Huntington Artistic Director Peter DuBois, (behind) former Huntington president William P. McQuillan, Huntington President Mitchell J. Roberts, Nancy Roberts, Huntington Managing Director Michael Maso, photo: Paul Marotta
Boston Finalist and National August Wilson Monologue Competition Champion Ashley Herbert, photo: Paul Marotta
Huntington Playwright-in-Residence Melinda Lopez (BECOMING CUBA, SONIA FLEW) and playwright Lydia R. Diamond (SMART PEOPLE, STICK FLY), photo: Paul Marotta
Company One Theatre Artistic Director Shawn LaCount, photo: Paul Marotta
Huntington President Mitchell J. Roberts, Huntington Chairman Carol G. Deane, and Calderwood Charitable Foundation Trustee John Cornish, photo: Paul Marotta
The Skivvies - Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina, photo: Paul Marotta
Two hundred and fifty guests including former Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino joined Huntington Theatre Company Chairman Carol G. Deane, President Mitchell J. Roberts, Managing Director Michael Maso, and Artistic Director Peter DuBois, as well as Boston Center for the Arts Chairman Philip W. Lovejoy and Executive Director Veronique Le Melle on Monday, September 29 for a ribbon-cutting, rededication, and celebration in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts. Bank of America was the presenting sponsor of the event. The Calderwood Pavilion is the Huntington’s home for new play development and provides a much-needed resource for the local theatre community by offering a world-class facility and services at rates subsidized by the Huntington to dozens of Boston’s small and mid-sized theatre companies.