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  • Stephen Hendel Takes Broadway's "Fela!" to Nigeria

    Stephen Hendel Takes Broadway's "Fela!" to Nigeria
    Bringing "Fela!" to Broadway was astonishing to producer Stephen Hendel. Having the show go to London where the National Theatre produced the musical in repertory with "Hamlet" (and later filmed for "NT Live!" HD broadcasts) was amazing. But taking...
  • Playwrights, Get Those Submissions Into the O'Neill

    Playwrights, get cracking. ¬†Open submissions begin today, Sept. 17 and ends Oct, 24 for next summer’s National Playwrights Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford. ¬†Submission fee is $35 and covers the cost of the...
  • Christopher Shinn's New Play Headed To Chicago's Goodman Theatre

    Christopher Shinn's New Play Headed To Chicago's Goodman Theatre
    Christopher Shinn's new play "Teddy Ferrrara" will receive its world premiere in early 2013 at Chicago's Goodman Theatre. The drama by the Wethersfield-raised playwright is described: "It's Gabe's senior year of college and his future looks bright: he...
  • Heavy Lobbying Keeps Red Light Cameras On Track

    Heavy Lobbying Keeps Red Light Cameras On Track
    Up to now, the Connecticut General Assembly has never approved any of the bills offered in recent years that would enable cities and towns to install cameras at red lights and collect fines by mailing tickets to violators. But this year's bill —...
  • Anne Commire dies at 72; playwright tackled women's hardships

    Anne Commire dies at 72; playwright tackled women's hardships
    Playwright Anne Commire wrote about subjects certain to make her audience squirm, repeatedly confronting what she called "the breaking points of women." "The idea of someone who's continuously being pushed to the edge is what fascinates me," she once...
  • Friends, family pass out fliers for missing mother; SUV found

    Friends, family pass out fliers for missing mother; SUV found
    Dozens of friends and family members of a mother who disappeared in Orlando passed out fliers on Friday, hoping to find anyone with information that could lead to her safe return. Friends and family say Michelle Parker, a 33-year-old mother of three, was...
  • Michelle Parker: 'Somebody has her. We forgive you. Please turn her loose,' mom of missing woman says

    Michelle Parker: 'Somebody has her. We forgive you. Please turn her loose,' mom of missing woman says
    Yvonne Stewart wants her daughter back home. Standing outside the now-closed Jesse Black's Saloon on East Oak Ridge Road — what has become ground-zero for their search efforts — Stewart made another plea Monday for the return of Michelle...
  • Fashion Square Mall releases versatile app

    Fashion Square Mall releases versatile app
    An app recently launched by the company that owns Orlando's Fashion Square Mall makes finding a movie and your favorite store easier for mobile device owners. Mall owner Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (PREIT) launched the iOS and Android...
  • Police Suicides: When Stress Is Too Much

    Police Suicides: When Stress Is Too Much
    As Janice McCarthy stood and spoke in front of a parking lot surveillance video that captured the last hours of her husband's life, her argument about the need to change the culture of police work became clear. "What you experience on a daily basis is...
  • The crystal and the castle in Waterford

    The crystal and the castle in Waterford
  • Decline on autopsies may obscure understanding of disease

    Decline on autopsies may obscure understanding of disease
    Television crime shows have helped popularize autopsies, but in reality these postmortem exams are becoming rarer every year. Today, hospitals perform autopsies on only about 5 percent of patients who die, down from roughly 50 percent in the 1960s. That's...