After a few months of home isolation, we asked Connecticut-connected writers where their creative muse was taking them. And what they were doi…
Frank Rizzo has covered the arts-entertainment scene in Connecticut since disco reigned in the ’70s, including nearly 34 years writing for The Hartford Courant. Email him at FrRiz@aol.com. Follow him on Twitter @ShowRiz.
Plus: It's love at first sight when South Pacific comes to the Goodspeed in East Haddam.
Also: Nick Westrate gives The King's Speech at Hartford Stage; Artistic Director Dexter J. Singleton works with Dominique Morisseau's Skeleton Crew in New Haven; Chad Jennings stars in Every Brilliant Thing at TheaterWorks Hartford.
Also on the theater scene: Lifespan of a Fact examines the line between truth and fiction; I Am My Own Wife tells the story of a transgender pioneer.
Mandy Patinkin is hitting the concert trail again with a concert new show; Broadway's Stephanie J. Block, fresh of playing the legendary Cher, comes to the Ridgefield Playhouse
Also: The Love Boat's Ten Lange is back behind the bar at TheaterWorks Hartford's Christmas on the Rocks, and a modern spin on Pride and Prejudice at New Haven's Long Wharf Theatre.
It was the day before Carolee Carmello was to take over the national tour of Hello, Dolly! and be in front of an audience for the first time i…
In 1989, with the museum's reputation at stake, the Wadsworth Atheneum placed itself squarely in the debate over Robert Mapplethorpe's notorious photo exhibit.
Plus: The debut of the first Hartford Fringe Festival, and the Greek muse calls to Girls at the Yale Repertory Theater.
By all accounts, Kelli O’Hara is no diva. But the Tony Award-winning actress (she’s been nominated seven times), played one with delicious del…