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"Seder", a World Premiere at Hartford Stage Asks Challenging Questions

By Karen Isaacs

 Philosophers and theologians for centuries have written, discussed and argued, what should someone do in periods of repression, danger, war? Do you do what is necessary to survive? 1,274 more words

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A Magical, Almost Perfect Production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at Hartford Stage

By Karen Isaacs

 You may feel that another production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream would be a bore; after all it is produced all the time. 996 more words

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Lots to Anticipate with Pleasure in Connecticut’s Up-Coming Theater Season

By Karen Isaacs

 Every year as theaters announce their up-coming seasons, certain productions pique my interest. I circle their dates on my calendar in anticipation. 733 more words

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Great Music, Fascinating Performance Combined in “Our Great Tchaikovsky” at Hartford Stage

By Karen Isaacs

 Hershey Felder has combined his considerable piano skills, with acting, writing and directing, to create a series of theater pieces on the lives of great composers. 540 more words

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“The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey” Is Moving, Terrific One-Man Show

By Karen Isaacs

Please get to Hartford Stage to see T”he Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey” which is running through April 23.

It is an absorbing and touching play that will leave you shaken at the wasted lives. 609 more words

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Week 14 of 52

Monday, April 3rd: 

4 – 8pm: Pet Photos with the Easter Bunny Reoccurs on April 10th. Dick’s Sporting Goods Court at The Shoppes at Buckland Hills, Manchester 

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World premiere 'Orient Express' to make next stop at Hartford Stage

The world premiere stage adaptation of Agatha Christie’s “Murder on the Orient Express” closes Sunday at  McCarter Theatre in Princeton but its next stop will be at the… 729 more words

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