by Patricia Grandjean
Box Office

February 2011

Q&A: Ann Leary


Q&A: Ann Leary

The Roxbury author, who's just finished her third book, is committed to promoting literacy. Find out why—and join her at the Literacy Volunteers of Greater Waterbury fund-raiser March 6.

Posted at 02:52 PM | Permalink | Comments


Agnes Under the Big Top

The world premiere of a timely tale of hope and identity opens at Long Wharf Theatre.

Posted at 12:09 PM | Permalink | Comments

Sarah Ruhls!


Sarah Ruhls!

A contemporary play by a playwright who always thinks outside the box.

Posted at 10:36 AM | Permalink


Q&A: Marysol Castro

A formerly familiar face on "Good Morning America"'s weekend edition, she's moved on up to a weekday gig on the Tiffany Network.

Posted at 02:00 PM | Permalink | Comments


Q & A: Anthony Bourdain

The host of Travel Channel's "No Reservations" visits Stamford Center for the Arts tomorrow night, and the Shubert Theater in New Haven on Feb. 23.

Posted at 03:57 PM | Permalink | Comments

By Heart


By Heart

Piano man Jim Brickman helps provide the romance this weekend.

Posted at 01:53 PM | Permalink | Comments


Movie Time

The Connecticut Film Festival kicks off in Torrington this weekend.

Posted at 09:59 AM | Permalink | Comments

It's Groundhog Day, Again!


It's Groundhog Day, Again!

Spring is right around the corner, really.

Posted at 09:27 AM | Permalink | Comments


Roll 'Em!

The Connecticut Film Festival opens this weekend in Torrington.

Posted at 06:00 PM | Permalink | Comments

Edit Module

About This Blog

Box Office is your guide to entertainment across Connecticut, courtesy of senior editor Pat Grandjean. If it's a chat with an actor or actress, previewing a new play at a regional theater, the latest on a state celebrity's new movie, or recommendations for seeing and doing, let Box Office be one of your hubs.

For comments or feedback, email Pat.

Recent Posts



Atom Feed Subscribe to the Box Office Feed »