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  • Third Annual Hartford New Music Festival Begins Tonight

    Over the years, the term “new music” has taken on a range of loaded meanings. Here’s one more: sandwiches. On Sunday, Kevin Good, a junior at the Hartt School of Music, performs a marathon solo concert at the Charter Oak Cultural Center...
  • 'The Cider House Rules' Rules Hartt

    The Hartt School at the University of Hartford presents “The Cider House Rules,” Peter Parnell’s stage adaptation of the John Irving novel on Thursday, Oct. 10 to 13 at the McCray Theater, Handel Performing Arts Center, 35 Westbourne...
  • Connecticut Music Awards 2013: BEST GOSPEL

    Connecticut Music Awards 2013: BEST GOSPEL
    University of Hartford Gospel Choir The University of Hartford's gospel choir, now in its second decade of existence, is a place where students and community members can sing together in an environment of mutual respect and support. "We meet weekly,"...
  • Beatles-bio Banter at the New Haven Library

    Beatles-bio Banter at the New Haven Library
    Connecticut boasts a lot of Beatles experts. Many of them, such as Charles Rosenay!!! of Liverpool Productions, grew up while the Fab Four were still together. Beatles fan Aaron Krerowicz was born in 1985 (a year which some know as the title of a really...
  • The Hartford Theater Scene Adjusts, With New Faces and Old Standbys

    The Hartford Theater Scene Adjusts, With New Faces and Old Standbys
    A year ago, Hartford Stage announced that they'd found a new artistic director. Michael Wilson had left the theater after 13 years to concentrate on Broadway opportunities, scoring immediately with revivals of The Best Man and The Trip to Bountiful. The...
  • Julie Harris' Last Performance On Stage At Monomoy Theater On Cape Cod

    Julie Harris' Last Performance On Stage At Monomoy Theater On Cape Cod
    From my 2008 piece.:    It started with Alan Rust casually saying to his friend Julie Harris, "I was going to ask you if you'd like to do 'The Effect of Gamma Rays on the Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds,' but I didn't have the heart to ask you to play...
  • Great Performances: Julie Harris' Connecticut Credits

    Great Performances: Julie Harris' Connecticut Credits
    Among Julie Harris' Connecticut performances and connections: In 1948, Harris performed in "Sundown Beach" at the Westport Country Playhouse, directed by Elia Kazan. With Kim Hunter, Steven Hill, Martin Balsam, Joan Copeland, Nehemiah Persoff. An Actors...
  • Ivoryton Playhouse Casts 'Dreamgirls'

    Ivoryton Playhouse Casts 'Dreamgirls'
    Ivoryton has its “Dreamgirls.” Sheniqua Denise Trotman, JennLee Shallow and Ashley Jeudy will star in the theater’s production of the musical, directed by Lawrence Thelen. Choreography is by Todd L. Underwood with musical direction by...
  • Glastonbury's Eli Baker To Star In New NBC Sitcom

    Glastonbury's Eli Baker To Star In New NBC Sitcom
    In January, Eli Baker was a sixth-grader in Glastonbury, playing on soccer and lacrosse teams and auditioning for stage, film and television roles. Two months later, the 11-year-old was filming a NBC television pilot, "Growing Up Fisher," that will be a...
  • Cody Ryan Stars In 'Footloose' at Ivoryton Playhouse

    Cody Ryan Stars In 'Footloose' at Ivoryton Playhouse
    Cody Ryan, graduate of the Hartt School at the University of Hartford, stars in the musical “Footloose” at the Ivoryton Playhouse, 103 Main St., Ivoryton, with performances July 3 to 28. Richard Amelius, artistic director of Delaware River...
  • "Footloose" Playing at the Ivoryton Playhouse

    "Footloose" Playing at the Ivoryton Playhouse
    In Footloose — not the Kevin Bacon film from the '80s, but rather the Broadway adaptation that opened in 1998 — Ren and his mom head to some god-foresaken little town, looking for a new start. It's cool and all, until Ren discovers (gasp!) the...