Guys & Dolls at Sharon Playhouse is a fine production featuring top-notch talent. Go see it.
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 A Strange Loop, the musical now on Broadway, won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 2020 and
By Karen Isaacs Academic ethics, ecology and relationships play major roles in Queen now at Long Wharf Theatre through Sunday,
By Karen Isaacs Do fences make for good neighbors? Gardens? Ivoryton Playhouse’s excellent production of Native Gardens through Sunday, June
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
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