By Karen Isaacs Assassins, the Stephen Sondheim & John Weidman musical that opens at the Yale Rep on Friday, March
By Karen Isaacs Napoli, Brooklyn is getting its world premiere on Long Wharf’s main stage through March 12 in a
By Karen Isaacs The Book of Mormon is making a return visit to the Bushnell in Hartford through February 19.
By Karen Isaacs Sometimes I see a play, walk out perplexed, think about and end up still perplexed by the
By Karen Isaacs Sunset Baby now at TheaterWorks in Hartford through Feb. 19 may shock you, upset you or leave
By Karen Isaacs Want silly fun? Then head up to Hartford Stage for Darko Tresnjak’s production of Shakespeare’s A Comedy
By Karen Isaacs Any serious student of theater acknowledges that Samuel Beckett is a major playwright of the 20th century.
By Karen Isaacs Carole King is an icon of the singer-songwriters on the 1970s when her album Tapestry spent six
By Karen Isaacs Nowadays, it is something of a rarity for a play to do a national tour. But I’m
By Karen K. Isaacs Not many people remember when radio stations broadcast plays performed in front of live studio audiences.