By Karen Isaacs Sometimes you see a play and days later you are still trying to figure it out. That’s
Photos by T. Charles Erickson. By Karen Isaacs Growing up, many girls spend hours imagining their “perfect wedding” and then,
By Karen Isaacs A star – whether on Broadway or in film – is not necessarily more talented than others.
I Do, I Do is opening Branford’s Legacy Theatre’s second season, running through Saturday, May 13. It can be a
By Karen Isaacs Richard Greenberg’s Take Me Out was originally produced on Broadway in 2003. But the topic is just
By Karen Isaacs Tarrell Alvin McCraney, the playwright in residence in what is now called the David Geffen School of
By Karen Isaacs A world-premiere musical – developed at Ivoryton Playhouse – is at the Playhouse through Sunday, May 1.
By Karen Isaacs Next to Normal which won the Pulitzer Prize for drama is opening the season at Westport Country
The world premier Dream Hou$e takes us behind the scenes of both a family and a TV sell-your-house show.
By Karen Isaacs The immigrant experience is remarkably similar for generations of immigrants coming to America. From being confined to