Boris Yeltsin By Mickaël de Oliveira. Translator and dramaturg: Maria Ines Marques. Directed by Elizabeth Dinkova. Composer: Christopher Ross-Ewart. Scenic Designer: Claire DeLiso. Costume Designer: Haydee Zelideth. Lighting Designer: Andrew […]

The Roberto Zucco Review

  Roberto Zucco By Bernard-Marie Koltès. Directed by Christopher Ghaffari. Composer: Sam Suggs. Dramaturg: Ariel Silbert. Scenic Designer: Alexander Woodward. Costume Designer: Asa Benally. Lighting Designer: Andrew Griffin. Sound Designer: […]

Hedwig Lives

Fun interview with John Cameron Mitchell in the Nov. 9 issue of The Nation. Weird timing, since (as the article notes) the Broadway run of Hedwig and the Angry Inch […]

Sister of Merry

  Long Wharf Theatre has been bringing various editions of the Late Nite Catechism Catholic -themed improv and audience-participation comedy shows to its Stage II space for over a decade […]

The Smudge Review

Smudge is a fudged-up show about parenting, relationships, growth, unrequited emotions, cheesecake and theories of  probability. New haven theater company is parenting it through next weekend at the Chapel street […]

Food of the Arts

Big score at a local flea market a few weeks back. Besides 19 Tom Waits bootleg CDs for a buck each, I got this third-edition copy of Connecticut a la […]

Season's Listings

I’ve just added a long list of upcoming Connecticut theater events to this site, as a separate page, here. It covers early November through the end of the season. Hundreds of […]