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Hartford's "Kiss Me, Kate" Is Fine Production

By Karen Isaacs

 Combine one of the classic musicals of all times — Cole Porter’s Kiss Me, Kate — and a Tony-winning director — Darko Tresnjak — and you can expect a wonderful evening at the theater. 1,073 more words

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Elizabeth Williamson, new Associate Artistic Director of the Hartford Stage Company,Part 2

And now here’s Part Two of my sit-down chat with the impressive, new Associate Artistic Director of the Hartford Stage, Elizabeth Williamson, a total Woman of the Theatre, clearly on the rise. 12 more words

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Now through April 26

Now through Sunday, April 26:

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30pm, Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm and 8pm and Sunday at 2pm. The Pianist of Willesden Lane based on the book… 231 more words

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'Camelot', 'Little Shop of Horrors,' Hartford Stage & Long Wharf Next Year and More.

Inside notes and comments about Connecticut and New York Professional Theater

By Karen Isaacs

A Plant Gone Wild: MTC in Norwalk is closing its season with the musical, … 612 more words

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Hartford Stage's "The Pianist of Willesden Lane" Will Move You

By Karen Isaacs

 Trepidation is perhaps the word that best describes how I felt when waiting for The Pianist of Willesden Lane to begin at Hartford Stage.  773 more words

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Hartford Stage's "Reverberation" Focuses on Human Connection

By Karen Isaacs

  Human connection, touch, interaction with others are all basic human needs. The lack of them, psychologists tell us, can lead to serious mental and physical illnesses. 929 more words

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Lopez's Reverberation Delves Into Our Search for Connection

One of the great ironies of this day and age is how, with the advent of omnipresent technology, we have become more connected than we have ever been yet our ability to have meaningful connections with one another has grown more and more challenging. 716 more words

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