One factor that drew him to the Huntington, he says, is the chance he sees to collaborate with smaller companies in ways both formal and unstructured to help them grow. "With the Calderwood, there's that opportunity," DuBois says, citing a recent meeting he held with Company One to discuss the playwright Lydia Diamond's work. The troupe, now a resident company at the Boston Center for the Arts, will present Diamond's "Voyeurs de Venus" this fall.
"She's one of our playwriting fellows, so there's already a relationship there," he explains. "We're really excited about Lydia, so then we're invested in the success of Company One. It's organic."
Saturday, September 06, 2008
Boston Theatre - Promising News
From the Boston Globe's profile of incoming Artistic Director Peter Dubois: