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  • Holiday Gifts For the Theater Lover

    What to give that theater lover for Christmas? Here are a few recommendations. On my bedside table already is “Fosse” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $32), Sam Wasson’s well-researched and crafted biography of director-choreographer Bob...
  • Yale Repertory Theatre Presents Engaging But Unfocused 'Owners'

    Yale Repertory Theatre Presents Engaging But Unfocused 'Owners'
    The show: "Owners" at Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven What makes it special?: Early full length play by British playwright Caryl Churchill First impressions: The political, social and gender-charged themes and daring imagination that make...
  • Yale Rep Season Gets Trimmed, Responding To University Cuts

    Yale Repertory Theatre's new season just got shorter. Instead of a season of six plays that begins in September, there will be five productions with the first show starting in October for the Tony Award-winning New Haven theater that is affiliated with...
  • "American Idiot" creators' ode to Billie Joe

    "American Idiot" creators' ode to Billie Joe
    More than anything, the creative team behind the Broadway musical “American Idiot” wanted to take care of Green Day’s baby. The road tour of the musical, formed primarily from the punk band’s 2004 concept album of the same name...
  • Athol Fugard Gets Personal In 'Shadow of the Hummingbird' At Long Wharf

    Athol Fugard Gets Personal In 'Shadow of the Hummingbird' At Long Wharf
    Athol Fugard has written plays about the ravages of Apartheid, about life in South Africa amid the AIDS epidemic, and of clashes of conscience, class and art. But the South African dramatist's latest work, "The Shadow of the Hummingbird", is a different...
  • Yale Rep's 'These Paper Bullets' Features New Songs From Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong

    Yale Rep's 'These Paper Bullets' Features New Songs From Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong
    In terms of theater development time, "These Paper Bullets," went from notion to motion at warp speed, which suits the kinetic nature of this musical, "modish rip-off" of Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing." "It wasn't a normal process like when...
  • Delightful 'These Paper Bullets!' A Celebration Of The '60s, Shakespeare

    Delightful 'These Paper Bullets!' A Celebration Of The '60s,  Shakespeare
    The show: "These Paper Bullets!", a Yale Repertory Theatre production at the University Theatre in New Haven. What makes it special?: World premiere of Rolin Jones' "modish rip-off of William Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing,' " with new songs by...
  • Cast Set For 'These Paper Bullets' At Yale Rep

    Cast Set For 'These Paper Bullets' At Yale Rep
    UConn acting grad James Barry (Broadway’s “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson”) is featured in the cast in the world premiere of “These Paper Bullets” at Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven March 14 to April 5.  Rolin Jones’...
  • Surviving The Puritans, Theater Thrives In Connecticut

    Surviving The Puritans, Theater Thrives In Connecticut
    The Puritans just didn't have much fun. Until late in the 18th century, there wasn't much in the way of public entertainment for The Hartford Courant to cover, and certainly nothing in the way of theater. Oh, there was the time just before the...
  • Girl Power Rules In Hip, Funny 'Fairytale Lives' At Yale Rep

    Girl Power Rules In Hip, Funny 'Fairytale Lives' At Yale Rep
    The show: "The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls" at Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven. What makes it special?: A new play by 2011 Yale School of Drama playwriting grad Meg Miroshnik. The play is a finalist for the 2012 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize....
  • August Wilson: The Perfect Playwright For This Life Cycle

    August Wilson: The Perfect Playwright For This Life Cycle
    'In midsummer 1982, August Wilson stepped onto the grassy campus of the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center in Waterford, wondering whether a clerical error had brought him to the prestigious National Playwrights Conference," The Hartford Courant wrote,...