The Connecticut Critics Circle gave multiple award nominations to productions of “Falsettoland,” “Doubt,” “Walden,” “Five Guys named Moe,” “Next to Normal,” and “Smokey Joe’s Cafe,”
Audiences will enjoy Goodspeed’s “Cabaret,” though I question some of the director’s choices.
By Karen Isaacs Abolition and Universal Suffrage were two major causes that galvanized Americans from the 1840s to the 20th
By Karen Isaacs Academic ethics, ecology and relationships play major roles in Queen now at Long Wharf Theatre through Sunday,
By Karen Isaacs What did you learn in school about Native Americans? I remember only a few things – about
By Karen Isaacs Sometimes you see a play and days later you are still trying to figure it out. That’s
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 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