Hune Company serves as the moniker and presenting platform for stage director and theatre artist Matt Hune.

Hune is dedicated to making a body of original work that challenges the definition of theatre and performance by investigating the way live now.

Hune Company will begin presenting work in its new home, The Rec Room, located in downtown Houston in late 2016. 100 Jackson Street, HTX 77002


Hune Company experiments with what the performing arts can achieve.


As a performance and theatre artist, Matt Hune founded Hune Company in 2014. He is dedicated to presenting non-traditional performance, theatre, and opera. In his latest project, The Living Room Series, he converted his actual living room into a performance space. Every production played to extended and sold-out runs. Original works he has written and adapted include: InheritedNot Mad,Tis Pity She's a Whore, and Accidental Death of an Anarchist.  In addition to his self-produced curatorial and artistic work, he has collaborated with Houston Grand Opera, Alley Theatre, Stages Repertory, and The Inconvenience among others. He has been involved in the creation or rehabilitation of multiple arts organizations. He currently teaches in the theatre and creative writing departments at HS for the Performing and Visual Arts. He has lectured and taught at Prairie View A&M University, Alley Theatre, and TUTS. He is a BFA alumnus of The Theatre School at DePaul University, MFA candidate at School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and a recipient of the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts award for Theatre. He is a member of SDC (Stage Directors and Choreographers Society).