New Haven's Long Wharf Theater will host the world preem of Athol Fugard's first play set in the U.S., "Have You Seen Us?"
Kenny Leon will be doing double duty in Beantown next season.
For someone with a full-time job in Connecticut, Michael Wilson is spending a lot of time in New York.
Hartford Stage has received a $500,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for its production of Horton Foote's adaptation of his nine-play "The Orphans' Home Cycle."
"Notes From Underground," world premiering at Yale Rep, is an open wound of a play, oozing self-loathing, throbbing with intensity and stinking with misogyny.
"Lucky Guy" just got lucky -- again.
David Kennedy will be the new associate a.d. at Connecticut's Westport Country Playhouse, ankling the same post at Dallas Theater Center to move east.
There's lots of talk about God, the universe and laws of science in Richard N. Goodwin's "Two Men of Florence," making its American premiere at Boston's Huntington Theater after playing in London in…
A young man grappling with cancer, a meeting between Kublai Khan and Marco Polo and a visit to Andy Warhol's Factory are the topics of three tuners to be workshopped at the new Yale Institute for…
A mist of memories wafts over Hartford Stage's delicate and affectionate production of "To Kill a Mockingbird." But one the nostalgic glow fades, a separate yet honorable version emerges in helmer…