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  • Road to the Tonys: A Decade of Turning Skeptics into Believers in 'Gentleman's Guide'

    Tally up the packleading 10 Tony nominations for "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder," and the Broadway musical looks like the clear favorite of the season. But add up some of the other numbers the tuner has racked up -- 10 years of struggling to...
  • 'Gentleman's Guide' Cast Recording To Go Online

    'Gentleman's Guide' Cast Recording To Go Online
    Loved ‘A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder’ when it premiered at Hartford Stage in 2012? The recording of the now-Broadway musical will be available digitally Feb. 25 and as a CD on April 1. Meanwhile the show has somewhat bounced...
  • Hartford Stage's Aetna Voices Fellow Janine Nabers Wins Honor

    Hartford Stage's Aetna Voices Fellow Janine Nabers Wins Honor
    Janine Nabers, an Aetna New Voices fellow at Hartford Stage,  has won this year's Yale Drama Series competition  for her play about a series of child killings in Atlanta in the late '70s, “Serial Black Face.” The prize, now in its eighth...
  • Creative Duo Walter And Linda Wick 'Taking A Break'

    Creative Duo Walter And Linda Wick 'Taking A Break'
    You'll probably be seeing a little less of one of Hartford's most creative and altruistic power couples from now on. Walter and Linda Cheverton Wick are taking a bit of a break. Wick, an award winning author/photographer best known for his "I Spy" and...
  • The Family Drama Behind 'West Side Story'-Inspired 'Somewhere' At Hartford Stage

    The Family Drama Behind 'West Side Story'-Inspired 'Somewhere' At Hartford Stage
    Playwright Matthew Lopez knows the exact moment he got the theater bug — and he's got the picture to prove it. A faded snapshot from 1980 shows a nearly 4-year-old boy in the Broadway dressing room of his aunt, actress Priscilla Lopez who was...
  • Shubert, Hartford Stage Getting Makeovers This Summer

    Shubert, Hartford Stage Getting Makeovers This Summer
    When New Haven's Shubert Theater celebrates its 100th anniversary in December, the grand dame of Connecticut theaters will have a 21st Century look. Gone will be the angled entrance and popcorn- textured exterior in favor of a reconfigured lobby,...
  • Will Tony Love This 'Gentleman' In So-So Season?

    Will Tony Love This 'Gentleman' In So-So Season?
    It’s the final few weeks before the lackluster 2013-14 Broadway season and some folks in Hartford are taking an unusually high interest in the last few shows that are about to open. The reason is “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and...
  • Best Local Arts Organization

    Best Local Arts Organization
    1) Real Art Ways   56 Arbor St. Hartford (860) 232-1006 realartways.org 2) Hartford Stage   3) The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts  
  • Best Place to See Emerging Artists

    Best Place to See Emerging Artists
    1) Real Art Ways   56 Arbor St. Hartford (860) 232-1006 realartways.org 2) Playhouse on Park   3) Hartford Stage   3) Infinity Hall Music Hall & Bistro  
  • Best Theater Venue

    Best Theater Venue
    1) The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts 166 Capitol Ave. Hartford (860) 987-5900 bushnell.org 2) Hartford Stage   3) TheaterWorks at City Arts on Pearl  
  • Hartford Stage's 'Somewhere' Is Charming But Underdeveloped

    Hartford Stage's 'Somewhere' Is Charming But Underdeveloped
    The show: "Somewhere" at Hartford Stage. What makes it special?: A play by Matthew Lopez, featuring his aunt, Tony Award-winning actress Priscilla Lopez. First impressions: The battle between dreams and reality is rich fodder for drama, made more...
  • Young Playwrights Wanted By Hartford Stage -- And National Stage, Too

    Hartford Stage will be the regional host for “Young Playwrights for Change: The Anti-Bullying Project,” where middle school students are asked to write and submit 10-minute plays that explore the topic of bullying by Jan. 17. The first place...