Tag Archives: Shubert Theater

This Week in New Haven (April 24 – 30)

Like a restored classic car, even the familiar delights feel shiny and new this week in New Haven. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 3 – 9)

Age of Consequences

Critics—of movies, in movies and of one movie’s soundtrack—are heard this week in New Haven, as are dungeon masters, steamy performers and a World War I expert. …

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This Week in New Haven (January 23 – 29)

Kaleidoscope at City Gallery

This week aims to move us—through time, around downtown, about the country and across the dance floor. …

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This Week in New Haven (December 26 – January 1)

In the week between Christmas and New Year’s, all’s quiet—unless it isn’t. …

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This Week in New Haven (December 19 – 25)

As the Christmas season peaks, New Haven’s holiday traditions and its year-round ones—like thinking critically, viewing live performances and finding special joy in food—get twisted up like a candy cane. …

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Leaps and Bounds

New Haven Ballet

The sun set hours ago, and the dark winter evening outside makes the bright ballet studio seem stark, severe. Tonight, the students of the New Haven Ballet school are practicing for their annual production of The Nutcracker, just like …

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This Week in New Haven (November 14 – 20)

Supermoon over New Haven.

A “supermoon” meets Christmas tree stars and other nostalgic symbols, as local Thanksgiving-time traditions get a jump on the holiday season. …

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This Week in New Haven (November 7 – 13)

Photo by Ben Ehrenreich

Delivering the conclusion to a blockbuster anti-thriller—as one of the two least liked, least trusted candidates since the advent of those polling metrics becomes America’s…

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This Week in New Haven (October 3 – 9)

Keith Johnson at Kehler Liddell Gallery during CWOS 2015

October in New Haven means discussing insightful, earnest political notions in depth, even if our presidential candidates won’t; welcoming heralded …

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This Week in New Haven (June 20 – 26)

Cirque Mechanics at International Festival of Arts & Ideas

It’s the summer solstice, the year’s longest stretch of daylight. Two seconds longer than yesterday’s, today’s light is a second longer than tomorrow’s and …

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