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Bridget Jones Baby- CT Screening Premiere VIP TIXS

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You are cordially invited to the premiere screening of “Bridget Jones’s Baby”!

Please go to the link below to sign up for your complimentary screening passe… 287 more words

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“Johnny Darlin:” A Skillful Portrait of Coming Out

By Joseph Myers, Staff Writer

Coming out of the closet is a shared experience by members of the LGBTQ+ community. Thanks to our heteronormative culture, coming out is probably at best a nerve-wracking and at worst, incredibly dangerous. 457 more words

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how the dreams work

i believe this is another monologue… maybe it will find its way into a current project or at least be inspiration there of.
The dreams never happen when you want them to. 623 more words

Creative Writing

Ado Annie was Right: "All 'Er Nuthin'" Doesn't Work.

Rogers & Hammerstein opened their first collaborative Broadway musical, “Oklahoma!” in March, 1943.  Based on a 1931 play (Green Grow the Lilacs), the show incorporated lively musical numbers, lyrics, and ensemble dances to capture the imaginations of the audience members; the stage version also earned many awards for both the original and revival productions.  742 more words

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This Review Doesn't Matter

By Hailey Nuthals, Arts Editor

Right from its “personality quiz” marketing stunt, it’s clear that “You Don’t Matter,” Paul Morris’ latest play, is setting itself up to make a crater-sized impact. 509 more words

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Three Bloomfield Teens Summer at Hartford Stage

THEATER: HARTFORD STAGE
BREAKDANCING SHAKESPEARE 10- Romeo and Juliet

Three Bloomfield Teens Summer at Hartford Stage
Summers were made for kids. When I was a child, all I ever looked forward too was dog-lazy days of my summer vacation and time away from school. 995 more words

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Give Death A Good Laugh: "New Canula"

By Hailey Nuthals, Arts Editor

“New Canula” sums itself up as “an original unromantic feel good dramedy;” a two-man show with two men who were destined to be cowboys but somehow ended up as the furthest things from it – a suicidal accountant and a low-level engineer-turned-bank-robber. 431 more words

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