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Hartford Stage Adds 1960s Twist To 'Comedy Of Errors'

What now? How chance thou art return'd so soon? —Antipholus of Syracuse, to Dromio of Ephesus, in "The Comedy of Errors" It's no small thing that Hartford Stage Artistic Director Darko Tresnjak has been able to bring Shakespeare back as an annual part of the Hartford Stage schedule. Not only have...

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  • Paradise Lost: The Poetry of Bessy Reyna

    Paradise Lost: The Poetry of Bessy Reyna

    Bessy Reyna first learned about the beauty of poetry as a fourth grader in Cuba, when her teacher selected her to memorize a poem and recite it to the class. After moving with her family to Panama, she came to the U.S. in 1968, having received a scholarship from Mt. Holyoke College. She went on...

  • The Poems Of Lana Orphanides: Birth And Rebirth

    The Poems Of Lana Orphanides: Birth And Rebirth

    Lana Orphanides is the author of three poetry collections and has read her work to great acclaim throughout Connecticut. She is a member of the Connecticut River Poets and was recently nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She lives on Pine Island Bay in Groton with With her husband, Demetrios. The following...

  • A Poet Among The Refugees: Melissa Croghan Of Simsbury

    A Poet Among The Refugees: Melissa Croghan Of Simsbury

    Melissa Croghan, poet, novelist, and artist, who lives in Simsbury, recently spent a month in Jordan, teaching poetry and art to young Syrian refugees, ages 6 to 19. She will soon return to continue her work in Jordan. Melissa has also worked with under-served children in after-school programs...

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