The Huntington Theatre Company has been a staple of the arts scene in Boston since it opened in 1982. The company's Huntington Avenue Theatre — which was built in 1925 and is one of two theaters that house the company — is undergoing renovations.

“The Huntington has spent 37 years helping to create a really healthy environment for small theaters to grow,” Michael Maso, the managing director of the Huntington, said on Boston Public Radio Monday. “We are the single most collaborative arts organization in Boston.” Maso joined BPR to talk about the theatre’s legacy and its new renovations.

Maso said that the current renovations are going to rebuild and expand the nearly 100-year-old building.

“We are going to restore it to its former architectural glory," Maso said.