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Tom Rush, 1960s Godfather of New England Folk Music, Comes to StageOne in Fairfield Dec. 8

Tom Rush, 1960s Godfather of New England Folk Music, Comes to StageOne in Fairfield Dec. 8

In our web-exclusive Q&A, he discusses his beginnings in Cambridge, Mass., the challenges of songwriting, and how he advanced the careers of James Taylor and Jackson Browne.

December 2013
"Jason Alexander and His Hair" Bring One-Man Show to Hartford's Bushnell

"Jason Alexander and His Hair" Bring One-Man Show to Hartford's Bushnell

Jason Alexander hits the stage to perform his hilarious one man show. "An Evening With Jason Alexander and His Hair" is a comedy variety show that features stand-up comedy, music, improvisation, and audience participation, according to the Bushnell's website.

September 2013
Front Row Q&A: Mike Reiss

Front Row Q&A: Mike Reiss

Playwright Mike Reiss is Connecticut, and so are you. He's riding high as producer/writer for "The Simpsons," but here explains why its run at Ivoryton Playhouse may be the last hurrah for his award-winning play, "I'm Connecticut."

June 2013
Becoming Dr. Ruth

Becoming Dr. Ruth

From the Israeli army to “sexual literacy”—life lessons with humor.

May 2013
Front Row Q&A: John Hodgman

Front Row Q&A: John Hodgman

More information than you require on matriculating at Yale, the areas of his expertise, selling the Whalers at Bradley Airport—a famous woman's blue dress (no, not THAT one) and his appearance on Saturday at The Connecticut Forum.

May 2013
Front Row Q&A: Audra McDonald

Front Row Q&A: Audra McDonald

Equally at ease on stage or screen, multitalented singer and actress Audra McDonald performs for the Stamford Symphony Orchestra audience this weekend.

April 2013
Front Row Q&A: Marc Kudisch

Front Row Q&A: Marc Kudisch

This co-star of Yale Rep's "Hamlet" has a broad repertory all his own, from plays to Broadway musicals to his own brand of cabaret.

April 2013
Front Row Q&A: Stephen Sondheim

Front Row Q&A: Stephen Sondheim

In his Feb. 23 conversation at Ridgefield Playhouse with Emmy Award-winning journalist Morton Dean, you can expect Stephen Sondheim to talk about his masterful musicals, his recent books, and to speak ill of the dead. Just don't ask him to sing and dance.

February 2013
Q&A Exclusive: Judith Ivey

Q&A Exclusive: Judith Ivey

Two-time Tony Award-winner Judith Ivey—returning to Long Wharf Feb 13 in Sam Shepard's "Curse of the Starving Class"—talks stage, screen, the American Dream and her growing career as a director.

February 2013
Q&A Exclusive: Ann Leary

Q&A Exclusive: Ann Leary

Ann Leary's new novel—"The Good House"—doesn't feature an innocent, but it does star a broad with an almost psychic understanding of the people in her community—as well as a little alcohol problem.

January 2013
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