Ballard Forum Highlights Links Between Puppetry and Engineering
The director of the Ballard Institute & Museum of Puppetry has been finding ways to explore the surprising connections between puppetry and engineering.
New Recording with U.S. Coast Guard Band Returns Fuchs to Musical Roots
Two great forces in Connecticut music meet on a new recording of compositions by UConn's Kenneth Fuchs performed by the U.S. Coast Guard Band.
Tony Winner Kelli O’Hara Returns to Jorgensen for Digital Stage Concert
The Jorgensen Digital Stage season continues with a Dec. 5 visit from the singer and actress Kelli O'Hara.
Pandemic Doesn’t Deflate Iconic ‘Upside Down Puppets’ of Thanksgiving Parade
The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade may be different in many ways this year, but the world-famous character balloons will still be part of the show.
CRT First: ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ as Old Time Radio Play
In its first-ever audio production, the Connecticut Repertory Theatre is presenting a Golden Age of Radio-style adaptation of the holiday classic "It's a Wonderful Life."
Jorgensen Digital Stage Sets Livestreaming Fall Performance Schedule
Building on a successful summertime experiment with livestreaming, the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts is going digital for its Fall 2020 season.
Dodd Impact Outreach Hosts ‘American Dreams’ Online
Dodd Human Rights Impact is relaunching with an online presentation of a dark theatrical comedy about what it means to be an American citizen.
Connecticut Repertory Theatre Fall Season Goes Live Online with ‘Men on Boats’
The Connecticut Repertory Theatre is adjusting to the pandemic by presenting the start of its Fall season online, with two plays available to watch via Zoom.
Documentary Tracks Charters ‘Searching for Secret Heroes’ of Blues Music
A new documentary focuses on a legendary early 1960s film made by Sam Charters and UConn professor emerita Ann Charters about American blues musicians.