State and Federal Funding Providing Help to Arts Organizations in Connecticut By Karen Isaacs Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced $9
By Karen Isaacs Who would have predicted that as 2021 begins we would be concerned with the financial health of
Make sure you stream these three productions – two end Jan. 3.
So, for the holiday season they decided to present the theater piece by Joe Landy, that imagines a radio station in the 1940s producing and airing It’s a Wonderful Life. It streams live through Dec. 20.
By Karen Isaacs In the mood for a sweet, heart-warming musical that has only a tangential connection to Christmas? Meet
By Karen Isaacs Hartford theater goers have had two annual Christmas productions for a decade or more: Hartford Stage’s A
By Karen Isaacs In 2018, I was blessed to sit in the audience at the Irish Rep and see Bill
By Karen Isaacs TheaterWorks opening production of their 2020-21 season, The Who and the What is a play that engrosses
The Irish Rep’s production of “A Touch of the Poet” ifeatures fine acting that brings out the subtleties of the characters.
By Kanthalina Andreus Kanthalina Andreus is part of the Connecticut Critics Circle mentorship program for college students. She is a