Tag Archives: Long Wharf Theatre

Back and Forth

A play that features a solo actor is always risky. The audience’s whole experience rides on one performer. Can they hold the crowd’s attention? Can they pull it off? …

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Turning the Page

Pink vines curl up the walls and across the floor of the stage. They cover everything from the writing desk to the ottomans, painted over the entire set like the cover of a book. …

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People of the Cloth

A photo essay. To view all 20 images at their highest quality, check out the email version

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Love Story

An “old-fashioned love song” is what the audience is promised at the beginning of On the Grounds of Belonging, currently onstage at Long Wharf Theatre. That promise will be fulfilled. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 7 – 13)

This week’s cultural and recreational depths are as staggering as the pre-Halloween scares at week’s end. …

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22 Years Young

When Artspace first launched City-Wide Open Studios 22 years ago, organizers had no idea whether it would stick, executive director Helen Kauder says. …

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Close to Home

Claire Zoghb off Bradley Point, West Haven

From the ancient capital of Egypt, where a man buys fresh bread “just after the first call / to prayer, when the sky, still star-filled, / goes lavender along the city’s rooftops,” to…

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Truth Be Told

A woman in need of subsidized housing is unfairly turned away for a second time. A homeless man meets someone willing to do more than just hand him some food. A…

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This Week in New Haven (June 17 – 23)

Numerous outdoor concerts… A seaside soiree… The longest day of the year… Summer in New Haven both officially and empirically arrives. …

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Knock Knock

Mia Katigbak and Maggie Bofill

Nora is back. …

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