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Donato D'Albis: Creating the New American Voice

“I had never been pushed so hard or so deep than I was by Donato. He had a way of forcing the ugly, the real, the truthful out of me–even when I was terrified of being that vulnerable, he made me do it.

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Torrington Stories

The 100 Acre Woods visits Thomaston!

(written by Kate Kovacs Luurtsema)

Landmark Student Theatre celebrates with Winnie-the-Pooh as he turns nearly 90 years old. Welcome to the Hundred Acre Wood, where Winnie the Pooh is once again in search of honey. 374 more words


Nutmeg Chatter Spotlight: 01/28/2015

The Backyard Theater Ensemble is preparing for their performance of Laundry and Bourbon at the AACT New England Regional Festival which will be held in February at the Warner Theatre in Torrington.   66 more words


The first nominee for Outstanding Production is 'Hurlyburly'

In case you missed the last post, this week’s snowstorm has thrown the 2015 Queens Kudos Awards off schedule.

We had hoped to publish the winners Jan. 176 more words


Theater Review: Side Show

Over the past couple of months, I have watched American Horror Story: Freak Show, read the 80s cult classic book Geek Love, seen… 725 more words


2015 Kudos nominees for Directors

OK, first the good news: The 2015 Queens Kudos nominees for outstanding director are in. The bad news, this week’s snowstorm (that really wasn’t) threw us off schedule and the winners won’t be in the paper until Friday, Feb. 144 more words


Chekhov Revised: Three Sisters-and-Brother

THEATER REVIEW: Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike
Huntington Theater, Boston, January 9, 2015

Two weeks ago, I attended the Huntington’s Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike… 468 more words