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Huntington Theatre Co. gala raises a glass — and a lot of money

David Cromer (left) with Judith and Douglas Krupp at the Huntington Theatre Company benefit.

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David Cromer (left) with Judith and Douglas Krupp at the Huntington Theatre Company benefit.

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The Huntington Theatre Company raised more than $1 million at its gala this week. Honored at the event were trustee Judith Krupp and husband Douglas, and “Our Town” director David Cromer . Providing the evening’s entertainment were Laura Osnes and Santino Fontana , the leads in the Broadway show “Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella,” and guests got a sneak peek at “The Jungle Book,” which opens at the Huntington in September. Toward the end of the evening, Huntington managing director Michael Maso announced the total amount of money raised, and then borrowed Sox slugger David Ortiz ’s colorful language in proclaiming his love of Boston.

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