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,”
By Karen Isaacs Are you anticipating the holiday rush with pleasure? Or are you already feeling stressed? No matter your
I was interviewed by Deborah Gilbert for her Arts & Entertainment cable TV program on Aug. 9. You can listen
The new Legacy Theatre in Branford is opening despite the pandemic.
State and Federal Funding Providing Help to Arts Organizations in Connecticut By Karen Isaacs Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced $9
Artistic Directors and Producers Talk About Theater Now and in the Future. By Karen Isaacs Theaters are anxious to resume,
By Karen Isaacs As the pandemic tightened its grip on Connecticut earlier this year, many of the rest of us
By Karen Isaacs The Connecticut (and New York) theater scene is poorer with the passing of David Rosenberg. His accomplishments
By Karen Isaacs Someday this current health related crisis will be under control. With all of the uncertainty and havoc
By Karen Isaacs I went to see Girl from the North Country on Broadway on March 12, and the theater was full.