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  • Schools Named for Connecticut High School Musical Award Competition

    Schools Named for Connecticut High School Musical Award Competition
    The 4th Annual Connecticut High School Music Theater Awards will be June 4 at the Palace Theater in Waterbury. Tickets for the event go on sale mid-May at the Palace box office and website.  The best  actor and actress in a Connecticut show will move...
  • Film of Christopher Plummer in "The Tempest" at SSF Set For Connecticut

    Film of Christopher Plummer in "The Tempest" at SSF Set For Connecticut
    Hartford Stage 's current production of William Shakespeare's "The Tempest" starring Daniel Davis not enough sturm und drang for you? Even knowing Olympia Dukakis is doing the show this summer at Shakespeare & Company in the Berkshires? Then check out...
  • Rachel Jett To Head National Theatre Institute at Waterford's O'Neill Center

    Rachel Jett To Head National Theatre Institute at Waterford's O'Neill Center
    Rachel Jett to lead the National Theater Institute (NTI), the accredited program for college students at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center at Waterford as its new artistic director. Jett will provide oversight and vision for the program, teach in the...
  • Yale Grad Da'Vine Joy Randolph Nominated For A Tony

     Yale Grad Da'Vine Joy Randolph Nominated For A Tony
    Last May, Da'Vine Joy Randolph graduated from the Yale School of Drama, unclear what her future as an actor would hold. On Tuesday morning, she was nominated as best featured actor in a musical for her performance in "Ghost: The Musical," in a role of...
  • It's All About Jobs: Legislature Passes Bipartisan Incentives Bill

    It's All About Jobs: Legislature Passes Bipartisan Incentives Bill
    Lawmakers on Wednesday easily approved a $626 million package of incentives designed to create jobs, revive the economy and undo the state's image as hostile to business. The votes in the House of Representatives and the Senate were nearly unanimous....
  • House Votes To Repeal Death Penalty

    House Votes To Repeal Death Penalty
    The Connecticut House of Representatives late Wednesday gave final legislative approval to a measure repealing the state's seldom-used death penalty after more than 9 1/2 hours of often gut-wrenching debate. Senate Bill 280 cleared the House 86-62, a...
  • Rep. Terry Backer To Run For Re-election

    After fighting brain cancer for more than a year, state Rep. Terry Backer said Tuesday that he will run for re-election if he keeps feeling as good as he does now. Backer, a Stratford Democrat who is among the longest-serving legislators, was looking...
  • Soul food

    Soul food
    In 1985, my parents piled my brother and me in the family truck and drove us from our northwest suburban home to Yellowstone National Park. We wove a leisurely path past Nebraska's prairies, South Dakota's Badlands, Wyoming's hot springs. The scenery was...
  • King, Beattie books among new crop

    King, Beattie books among new crop
    Fiction "The Lost Memory of Skin" (Ecco) by Russell Banks. Coming Tuesday. Banks, one of our finest and most adventurous novelists, is not afraid to tackle big, tough topics that persistently bedevil the human species, and with his 17th book, he has...
  • The Italy of Shakespeare

    The Italy of Shakespeare
    "The Shakespeare Guide to Italy: Retracing the Bard's Unknown Travels" Even as the film "Anonymous" questions the authenticity of the Bard from Stratford, a fascinating new book retraces Shakespeare's steps in modern-day Italy. Richard Paul Roe, who...
  • This 'Follies' is no second fiddle

    This 'Follies' is no second fiddle
    Among Stephen Sondheim fans, it's already being called "the other 'Follies.'" When Gary Griffin and Chicago Shakespeare Theater began making plans for a major Chicago revival of the 1971 musical (book by James Goldman, music and lyrics by Sondheim)...