Tag Archives: Long Wharf Theatre

This Week in New Haven (January 15 – 21)

Hulls bottle photographed by Colin Caplan

As we honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s memory, other echoes from the past also make us think, feel and celebrate. …

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Twists of Faith

Max Wolkowitz and George Guidall in The Chosen at Long Wharf Theatre

“You think a friend is an easy thing to be?” a character says early in Long Wharf Theatre’s new production of The Chosen. “If you are truly his friend, you will discover otherwise.” …

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This Week in New Haven (December 4 -10)

Daniel Eugene

The holiday season hits high gear, and because this is New Haven, the ride is easily, expectantly shared between the mainstream and the countercultural. …

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This Week in New Haven (October 30 – November 5)

Image detail from Machine Memory, photographed by William Frucht

After a bevy of Halloween celebrations, including two 26th annual ones, it’s not three whole days before …

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This Week in New Haven (October 16 – 22)

Adelie penguins in Antarctica (photo by Jason Auch)

Traveling voices visit us, before we travel around visiting local ones. …

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Middle of the Food Chain

When I visited Long Wharf’s New Haven Food Terminal, it was sweltering. The air shimmied, and even the seagulls who’d flown over from the harbor seemed dispirited and limp …

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This Week in New Haven (September 4 – 10)

Annual acts of athleticism and leisure meet a Yale that’s back in action. …

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Playing God

Brian Dennehy in Endgame at Long Wharf Theatre

Brian Dennehy is God.

Let me explain. …

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Shark Bait

Don’t hate the player. Hate the game.

That’s the takeaway I didn’t expect from Other People’s Money, a satisfying play that often feels procedural in the moment but continues to bloom in your brain after you’ve left your seat. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 5 – 11)

Lines are drawn—also run, strummed, spoken, painted, read, ridden, sung, printed and sculpted—this week in New Haven. …

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