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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 […]

Train Rex

One of the undisputed facts of American musical theater history is that Rex Harrison could not sing, and that the songs in My Fair Lady had to be tailored to […]