By Karen Isaacs Someday this current health related crisis will be under control. With all of the uncertainty and havoc
By Karen Isaacs Sylvia by A. R. Gurney is a delightful play about the love between a man and his
By Karen Isaacs Manahatta, now at the Yale Rep through Saturday, Feb. 15, offers a great deal to think about.
By Karen Isaacs Nilaja Sun first came to my attention with her solo piece No Child… that received numerous awards.
By Karen Isaacs Jukebox musicals come in many forms – revues, biographies and plotted shows. Of course, there are infinite
By Karen Isaacs Broadway will welcome a number of revivals (mostly of plays), some transfers from off-Broadway and London,
By Karen Isaacs Anastasia has returned to Hartford in style. The musical adaptation of the Disney animated film, had its
By Karen Isaacs Resist the urge to hibernate during the dark, cold wintery days. If you do, you will
By Karen Isaacs Matthew Lopez’s epic The Inheritance raises fascinating questions that as people we have been grappling with for
By Karen Isaacs It’s that time of year for ten best lists, and look backs at the previous year. Here’s
By Karen Isaacs Playwright Will Eno has a unique way of blending reality, perception and expectations. This talent is on