Posts filtered on Category

Category: Theater

pl0208scene-001c

Broadway star Sutton Foster to light the way for benefit concert in Westport

The Child Guidance Center of Mid-Fairfield County will be benefiting from star power this month, when Sutton Foster, who has earned two Tony Awards, will headline its benefit concert on Feb. 12.
wn0513wnweekend-001.jpg

On a mission: Greenwich youth group takes to the stage with classic musical

In just over a week, the First Congregational Church of Greenwich’s Youth Group is expected to be in Nicaragua, as part of its winter outreach project. But, before it gets there, it hopes to raise as
David Koechner Emcees 11th Annual COMEDY FOR A CAUSE Benefiting The Hollywood Wilshire YMCA

David Koechner, ‘Anchorman’s Champ Kind, arrives in Conn. for stand-up at Foxwoods

Pictured,  David Koechner attends the 11th annual “Comedy for a Cause, ” which benefited the Hollywood Wilshire YMCA, at The Laugh Factory on Oct. 21, 2014 in West Hollywood, California. Koechner will
PL0731newwac-302

Fairfield University’s Quick Center names new director

Peter Van Heerden, (file photo), who has served as the Westport Arts Center executive director for the past three years, recently was named the new executive director of Fairfield University’s Regina
pl1103culture-001

Connecticut Ballet readies for holiday classic, ‘The Nutcracker’

Connecticut Ballet’s presentation of “The Nutcracker” will be populated with stars from the American Ballet Theatre dancing the roles of some of the tale’s most beloved characters. The dance company,
pl1109meetme-001

Take a trip to ‘St. Louis,’ thanks to Curtain Call theater

Pictured, in Stamford-Conn.-based Curtain Call’s production of “Meet Me in St. Louis” three parent and child combinations appear together, including, from top, father and son, Bill and Levi Squier (at
go0103mike-002c

Treehouse Comedy Productions comes full circle

Treehouse Comedy Productions, which last year celebrated its 30th year of bringing comedy to the Nutmeg State, will return to its roots this month, when it opens a new venue at Bistro B in the
go1113sherlock-001c

Sherlock Holmes happens upon a mystery in Stamford

Sherlock Holmes will invariably go on to solve more mysteries, but you only have a short window to catch the master sleuth unravel “The Adventure of the Suicide Club,” from the stage of Curtain
DSC_8095

Singers, dancers bring music of Rodgers and Hart to life

Pictured, Lucia Palmieri and Patric Hale give it their all during a Rodgers & Hart musical celebration “Sing for your Supper,” which will run through Oct. 26, 2014, at the First Congregational
go1023improv-001c

Improv group gets down to work in Stamford Oct. 24

Just what does it take to work well in the world of work? One group of young people soon will be discovering that answer in a way that will hardly seem like, well, work. Sea Tea Improv, a Hartford,