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Holland Productions was founded in 2006 by three Boston College graduates looking to promote the female voice on Boston’s stage. The company opened that July with co-founding member Emily Dendinger’s Swimming After Dark; a story of love, literature, and ownership.

After taking a short break, Holland Productions launched its first full-length season at The Factory Theatre in October of 2008 with Paula Vogel’s The Baltimore Waltz. Since then, Holland productions has produced several more full-length plays including Naomi Iizuka’s Aloha, Say the Pretty Girls, Philana Gnatowski’s, The Halfway House Club, and a staged reading of Emily Dendinger’s Hideous Progeny. The company and its staff are active members of the Boston theatre scene, participating in The Boston Theatre Marathon and working and collaborating with a number of other Boston-based companies in a variety of capacities.

Now in its second season at The Factory Theatre, Holland Productions continues its commitment to the advancement of female artists in the theatre. The company produces plays by contemporary female playwrights and those by males which feature substantial and challenging roles for women. Holland Productions strives to advance females in all disciplines of the theater and encourages the participation of female designers and staff on every production.

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