By Karen Isaacs Manahatta, now at the Yale Rep through Saturday, Feb. 15, offers a great deal to think about.
By Karen Isaacs Nilaja Sun first came to my attention with her solo piece No Child… that received numerous awards.
By Karen Isaacs Anastasia has returned to Hartford in style. The musical adaptation of the Disney animated film, had its
By Karen Isaacs Resist the urge to hibernate during the dark, cold wintery days. If you do, you will
By Karen Isaacs It’s that time of year for ten best lists, and look backs at the previous year. Here’s
By Karen Isaacs Playwright Will Eno has a unique way of blending reality, perception and expectations. This talent is on
By Karen Isaacs Kate Hamill, playwright of Long Wharf’s current production Pride and Prejudice has created somewhat of a cottage
By Karen Isaacs Don Juan, the legendary seducer, has been around for centuries. He’s shown up in an opera
By Karen Isaacs It’s so good to have Dolly Levi “back where she belongs” – the stage of the Bushnell
By Karen Isaacs New motherhood – particularly first time motherhood – is a challenge for all women. From the audience