by Patricia Grandjean
Box Office

September 2011




An experimental play has its world premiere at Real Art Ways in Hartford.

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To Make Bling Sing


To Make Bling Sing

In Connecticut, Swarovski and Cynthia Rose offer just the thing.

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Stowell Tale

Berlin High School's former class president gets his first big-screen closeup in "Dolphin Tale."

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Q&A: Jane Green


Q&A: Jane Green

Westport author Jane Green talks about life as a writer—including interviewing Hugh Grant, raising six kids and living in Figless Manor—at the Mohegan Sun Cabaret Theatre Sept. 22.

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Honoring Father and Mother


Honoring Father and Mother

The late Lynn Redgrave's "Shakespeare for My Father" opens in New Milford with a little help from her children.

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On Being Paul Simon's wife . . .


On Being Paul Simon's wife . . .

. . . or not.

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Blue Ribbon Fairs


Blue Ribbon Fairs

Some of the best shows this season are the fairs that showcase Connecticut's bounty.

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