by Patricia Grandjean
Box Office

April 2011

My "Twilight" Chronicles—No, not THAT "Twilight"


My "Twilight" Chronicles—No, not THAT "Twilight"

This writer's heart will always belong to Rod Serling's wild, wicked anthology series.

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"A Conversation with Amy Chua"

Author of best-selling "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother" to speak at Westport Country Playhouse to support Read to Grow.

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The Flowering of Punk Rock


The Flowering of Punk Rock

Tom Hearn’s iconic photographs go on display at Fairfield University

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Benefit Concert for Japan


Benefit Concert for Japan

The Tokyo String Quartet and musicians from the Yale School of Music perform to raise funds for the disaster stricken country.

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Litchfield Hills Film Festival


Litchfield Hills Film Festival

A local film festival expands beyond its borders.

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Q&A: Luanne Rice


Q&A: Luanne Rice

The best-selling author discusses her 29th novel, "The Silver Boat"—and prepares for an April 8 appearance at Madison bookstore R. J. Julia.

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"The Vagina Monologues" Benefit Performances


"The Vagina Monologues" Benefit Performances

Two benefit performances on April 3, 2011 at the Westport Country Playhouse will benefit local domestic violence agency.

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