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Connecticut’s “The O’Neill” Is 50!

We are so blessed in Connecticut with so many wonderful theaters, we are chocked full. New Haven’s Shubert Theater is celebrating its 100th year, Torrington’s, Warner Theatre goes back to the art deco age, there’s the famous “Goodspeed” in East Haddam, the only theater in the world named after Katharine Hepburn, “The Kate,” that’s in Old Read more…

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Sphere’s “Romeo And Juliet”

There is a program in Ridgefield, Connecticut called Sphere.  Sphere stands for Special, People, Housing, Education, Recreation and Employment. It’s mission: to improve the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities, and that includes giving them a voice on the stage. Sphere, was founded in 1987 and it’s current President is Rebecca Ciota. Ciota’s Read more…

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Connecticut’s Historic Goodspeed Theater

It doesn’t matter how many times I have been to, or driven by the Goodspeed Opera House, that the word “majestic” doesn’t pop into my head. The 1876 historic building is such a gem along the scenic Connecticut River. Goodspeed Musicals is home to some of the finest shows put on a stage, so good, Read more…

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“Seinfeld” All Grown Up, Sort Of.

This is a very funny and oh so enjoyable webisode called “50 To Death” that has been out there for more than a year and I for one, and a whole bunch of other folks for the record think “50 To Death” should be picked up and put on television in prime time. These are Read more…

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