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Q&A Exclusive: Laura Jacqmin

Q&A Exclusive: Laura Jacqmin

Two sisters enter a weight-loss program in Florida—but neither one knows what evil lurks in the heart of the clinic's vending machine. See the world premiere of emerging playwright Jacqmin's "January Joiner: A Weight-Loss Horror Comedy" at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven Jan. 9 through Feb. 10.

January 2013
First Q&A: Meg Guzulescu

First Q&A: Meg Guzulescu

Q: What do "Sopranos" creator David Chase and a 16-year-old Choate Rosemary Hall junior from West Hartford have in common? A: Their first feature film, "Not Fade Away," opening soon.

December 2012
Front Row Q&A: Shawn Colvin

Front Row Q&A: Shawn Colvin

Road warrior Colvin comes to Fairfield Theatre Company's StageOne Dec. 14 to showcase her 2012 CD, "All Fall Down," and ring in some Christmas cheer.

December 2012
Front Row Q&A: Kathleen Turner

Front Row Q&A: Kathleen Turner

Everything old is new again—including Long Wharf Theatre's Mainstage and the 1960s British comedy, "The Killing of Sister George." Who better to come to New Haven and unveil them both?

November 2012
Q&A Exclusive: Julie Andrews

Q&A Exclusive: Julie Andrews

Musical theater's No. 1 Dame brings "The Great American Mousical" to Goodspeed's Norma Terris Theatre Nov. 8.

October 2012
Front Row Q&A: Ashley Judd

Front Row Q&A: Ashley Judd

The multi-talented, multi-tasking actress will participate in The Connecticut Forum's panel on the "State of Women 2012," at the Bushnell in Hartford Oct. 12.

October 2012
This Month Q&A: John Douglas Thompson

This Month Q&A: John Douglas Thompson

"Satchmo at the Waldorf," now at Long Wharf Theatre, introduces New Haven audiences to an explosive stage talent.

October 2012
Hello, I Must Be Going: Q&As with Melanie Lynskey and Sarah Koskoff

Hello, I Must Be Going: Q&As with Melanie Lynskey and Sarah Koskoff

Sarah Koskoff's film, now in release in Connecticut, is about love, anxiety and finding your true self.

September 2012
Front Row Q&A: Peter Max

Front Row Q&A: Peter Max

This week, Peter Max exhibits works both new and old, and greets his Connecticut fans at Geary Gallery in Darien.

September 2012
Front Row Q&A: Betty Buckley

Front Row Q&A: Betty Buckley

She was the teacher in "Carrie," the stepmom in "Eight Is Enough," Norma Desmond in "Sunset Boulevard" and the most memorable of Broadway's "Cats." Now, Betty Buckley is exploring what it's like to be some of the men in our classic musicals.

August 2012
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