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Yale's Music Institute, "Roar of the Greasepaint" and more news

Inside notes and comments about Connecticut and New York Professional TheaterBy Karen Isaacs

Music Theater Institute:  In conjunction with the International Festival of Arts and Ideas, the Yale Institute for Music Theater will present two new musicals for development. 536 more words

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'Anastasia' Musical Aims for Broadway Next Season

“Anastasia,” the new musical inspired by 20th Century Fox’s 1997 animated film, has made its Broadway intentions plain, with producers announcing a plan to arrive in New York during the 2016-17 season at a Shubert Organization theater. 195 more words

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Hartford Police Investigate Vandalism At Hartford Stage Offices

HARTFORD, Conn. (CBS Connecticut) – Hartford police are hunting for the person or persons who broke into the Hartford Stage Company’s Offices at 942 Main Street and scrawled anti-gay graffiti on the walls. 43 more words

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Neighborhood Studios Part 6: Performing

Update: applications for Neighborhood Studios are now available! Visit LetsGoArts.org/NeighborhoodStudios to learn more and submit an application. Deadline: 4/29.

This post is the sixth in our Neighborhood Studios blog series to share the journeys of seven people who have participated in Neighborhood Studios, the Greater Hartford Arts Council’s summer teen apprentice program. 1,011 more words

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Long Wharf’s “Having Our Say” Reveals the Weakness of the Play

By Karen Isaacs

 I wished I liked Having Our Say: The Delaney Sisters’ First 100 Years now at Long Wharf through March 13 and later at Hartford Stage from March 31 to April 24 more than I did. 835 more words

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“Romeo and Juliet” – Hartford Stage Does Another Brilliant Shakespeare Production

By Karen Isaacs

 At intermission I was still somewhat undecided about Darko Tresnjak’s production of Romeo and Juliet now at Hartford Stage.  I was puzzling over some of the choices he made in this post WWII staging. 1,138 more words

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Notes on Current and Up-Coming Theater

 World Premiere in Waterbury: Seven Angels Theater is presenting a world premiere of Burning Desire, to Sunday, March 13.  The play was both written by and will star Lou Diamond Phillips.  973 more words

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