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  • My Top 10 Shows On Connecticut Stages This Past Season

    My Top 10 Shows On Connecticut Stages This Past Season
    I remember this time last year when it came time to review the theater season in Connecticut. I felt pretty discouraged. Sure there was plenty of fine work but few shows really knocked my critical socks off with the kind of productions that you...
  • Chasing Down the Muse: Family stories shape us all

    "All well-regulated families set apart an hour every morning for tea and bread and butter." * Times have sure changed since the 17th century when Joseph Addison penned those words. A "well-regulated" family may be many things to many people and...
  • Cast set for Gabriel Kahane Musical, "February House" at Long Wharf

    Cast set for Gabriel Kahane Musical, "February House" at Long Wharf
    Casting is complete for the world premiere of the Gabriel Kahane musical, "February House" which begins performances Feb. 15 at Stage II New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre. The show will run through March 18. The show will also platy off-Broadway's Public...
  • "February House": Sunday In The Parlor With George

    "February House": Sunday In The Parlor With George
    By FRANK RIZZO, frizzo@courant.com The Hartford Courant February 24, 2012 The show: "February House" The place: Stage II at Long Wharf Theatre, 222 Sargent Drive, New Haven. What is it?: World premiere of musical with script by Seth Bockley; music and...
  • Dan Savage on helping gay kids, his TV show & his Chicago roots

    Dan Savage on helping gay kids, his TV show & his Chicago roots
    You're probably familiar with Dan Savage because you—or, OK, "a friend"—has taken advice from his humorous, nationally syndicated sex advice column, "Savage Love." Or perhaps you know Savage from his work as the co-founder of It Gets Better, a...
  • February House playing at Long Wharf Theatre's Stage II in New Haven

    February House playing at Long Wharf Theatre's Stage II in New Haven
    Have you made it down to Long Wharf Theatre to see February House yet? If not, the show runs until Sun., March 18, so you've still got a few chances left. February House is a musical about several artists living together in a house in 1940s Brooklyn...
  • Celebrity Scoop: Amanda Peet

    So many actors say they knew from an early age that they belonged onstage. But Amanda Peet actually hurled herself onto one -- while a production was in progress -- when she was 3. "Luckily it was a children's play," says Peet, who stars in NBC's "Bent,"...
  • Dan Savage on helping gay kids and his MTV show, 'Savage U'

    Dan Savage on helping gay kids and his MTV show, 'Savage U'
    You're probably familiar with Dan Savage because you— or, OK, "a friend"— has taken advice from his humorous, nationally syndicated sex advice column, "Savage Love." Or perhaps you know Savage from his work as the co-founder of It Gets Better,...
  • The theater season never ends

    The theater season never ends
    A Spring Theater preview? But doesn't the regular theater season end in May? For some of the state's half-dozen major regional theaters, that's true. Others, which follow a spring-to-winter schedule instead of the academic-year calendar preferred in...
  • A poison pen

    Reading "The Selected Essays of Gore Vidal" is like watching a cobra devour forest vermin. Even if you don't have much feeling for the prey, you may pause at the thought of what might happen if the monster turned its attention on you. Not that Vidal...
  • Review: "Anne Frank: The Book, The Life, The Afterlife" by Francine Prose

    Review: "Anne Frank: The Book, The Life, The Afterlife" by Francine Prose
    Of the many hats worn by icon Anne Frank—ingénue, prophet, precocious innocent, even an actual lampshade, in one ill-advised incarnation—the most obvious is the least examined: writer. But in Anne Frank, author and lifetime fan Francine...
  • 'A Jury of Her Peers' by Elaine Showalter

    'A Jury of Her Peers' by Elaine Showalter
    A Jury of Her Peers American Women Writers From Anne Bradstreet to Annie Proulx Elaine Showalter Alfred A. Knopf: 608 pp., $30 The title of this, the "first literary history of American women writers ever written," explains Elaine Showalter, comes...