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  • Governor's Budget Cuts To Address Deficit Affects Arts Groups

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's $150 million in immediate cuts to deal with a looming deficit has an effect on many arts, cultural, heritage and tourism organizations. The governor cut a total of  $1,038,742 from the Department of Economic and Communuity...
  • "The Nutcracker" Playing at New Haven's Shubert Theater

    "The Nutcracker" Playing at New Haven's Shubert Theater
    The Shubert is the place to go for all your favorite holiday productions from year to year. New Haven Ballet dances Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker from Dec. 7-9, with principal dancers from the Boston Ballet. For a few days, Clara's dream can become your...
  • "Jersey Boys," "Les Miz," "American Idiot" To New Haven's Shubert

    "Jersey Boys," "Les Miz," "American Idiot" To New Haven's Shubert
    The touring company of "Jersey Boys" will open the 2012-13 Broadway series at the Shubert Theater in New Haven. The show, which had a "dry run" of its initial tour several years ago at the Shubert, returns to the theater  for a two-week engagement in New...
  • Mark Morris Group Heads Dance, Theater Shows at International Festival in New Haven

    Mark Morris Group Heads Dance, Theater Shows at International Festival in New Haven
    The Mark Morris Dance Group will be among the headliners in the dance and theater section of the International Festival of Arts and Ideas which runs in New Haven June 16 to 30.   The Festival presents a rare opportunity for audiences to experience three...
  • Movieland Mystery Photo [Updated]

     
    Los Angeles Times file photo [Update: Elisabeth Bergner: The German star, seen previously here as "Catherine the Great," displays her versatile genius in "Escape Me Never," at the Four Star, her art being hailed as more exquisite on the screen,......
  • Ahmanson moves 'Fela!' from late April to mid-December start

     
    The touring musical "Fela!" will play at the Ahmanson Theatre starting Dec. 13, moved up from its previously announced April opening. The change provides flexibility for finding a show to replace the canceled "Funny Girl."...
  • Fall Arts Preview: Local Motion

    In the early and mid-20th century, Connecticut had the whole avant-garde dance thing down cold. The state’s lush lawns seemed to grow modern dancers like daisies. Major innovators like Paul Taylor flourished in places like New London, where...
  • Obama's questionable stimulus plans

     
    by Peter Nicholas It is a six-mile stretch of guardrail near a manufactured lake in a desolate patch of the Oklahoma Panhandle. There's little reason for anyone to visit. Weeds are overgrown; the lake bed is virtually dry. Yet repairing......
  • Who will win the Tony Awards: David Sheward makes brave early predictions

     
    Soon after the Tony Award nominations were announced, Gold Derby cornered one of Broadway's shrewdest gurus to get his take on who's out front to win: David Sheward, executive editor of Back Stage. Every year Sheward has one of the best track records...