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  • Joshua Borenstein Named Managing Director at Long Wharf Theatre

    Joshua Borenstein Named Managing Director at Long Wharf Theatre
    Joshua Borenstein, interim managing director of New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre, can keep his desk just where it is. After a national search, Borenstein, 36, was named the theater's latest managing director by the board on Tuesday. The national  search...
  • Brian Dennehy on "Krapp" Script Issue Facing Samuel Beckett

    Brian Dennehy on "Krapp" Script Issue Facing Samuel Beckett
    Brian Dennehy told me a neat story that didn't make it into my feature story in this Sunday's Arts Section of The Hartford Courant about Samuel Beckett and the publishing of the scriopt to "Krapp's Last Tape." Dennehy, who stars in the show that...
  • "Krapp's Last Tape" Halted After Computer Malfunction

    "Krapp's Last Tape" Halted After Computer Malfunction
    You would think an old reel-to-reel recorder could be a problem to operate on stage. But it worked just fine at Thursday night's opening of Samuel Beckett's "Krapp's Last Tape" at
  • Cast Set for Long Wharf's "Macbeth 1969"

    Cast Set for Long Wharf's "Macbeth 1969"
    McKinley Belcher III is Macbeth and Shirine Babb is Lady Macbeth in "Macbeth 1969," Eric Ting's adaptation of William Shaklespearer's "Macbeth." Ting, associate director at Long Wharf Theatre, will stage the world premiere adaptation with six actors...
  • Memorable Moments, Performances of 2011 Connecticut Theater Scene

    Earlier this week, I named the Ten Best Shows in Connecticut in 2011. But once you start looking back on a year, there’s just no stopping. So here’s a playful retro glance at some of the highlights, performances, newsworthy events and people...
  • "A Civil War Christmas" Finally Makes It To New York

    "A Civil War Christmas" Finally Makes It To New York
    Just in time for the "Lincoln" film wave? Paul Vogel's "A Civil War Christmas," which received its world premiere at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven in 2008, will make its New York bow with a production at the New York Theatre Workshop. Tina Landau, who...
  • Mulitple Murders, For A Song, At Hartford Stage

    Mulitple Murders, For A Song, At Hartford Stage
    How do you make a serial killer likable? One way is by having him sing, which is what the leading character does in the premiere of the “drop dead” musical comedy, “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” which begins...
  • 'Water By The Spoonful' To Make New York Bow At Second Stage

    'Water By The Spoonful' To Make New York Bow At Second Stage
    Those 6,000 theater-goers at Hartford Stage who saw Quiara Alegria Hudes' "Water by The Spoonful" at Hartford Stage last fall -- and who are the only folks who so far have seen this year'sPulitzer Prize-winning pl;ay -- is going to get some company. This...
  • "February House" Extends Its Run In New York

    "February House" Extends Its Run In New York
    The run of the new musical "February House," which received its world premiere at New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre and is now playing off-Broadway at the Public Theater, is extending a week. The show will now close June 17. With music and lyrics by...
  • Kathleen Turner To Star, Direct 'Killing of Sister George' At Long Wharf

    Kathleen Turner To Star, Direct 'Killing of Sister George' At Long Wharf
    Kathleen Turner will star and direct in a new adaptation of "The Killing of Sister George" at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven. Jeffrey Hatcher will write the adaptation of the play by Frank Marcus, whose estate has given Hatcher permission to re-...
  • 'Water By the Spoonful' Named Best Play By Connecticut Critics Circle

    'Water By the Spoonful' Named Best Play By Connecticut Critics Circle
    The Connecticut Critics Circle named Quiara Alegria Hudes’ Pulitzer Prize-winning  “Water by the Spoonful” the best play of the 2011-12 season.  The production, which was commissioned, developed and had a world premiere production at...