Tag Archives: Shubert Theater

This Week in New Haven (November 20 – 26)

Ian Galligan as Crumpet in Santaland Diaries

This week’s holiday cornucopia is stuffed with the offbeat and the impertinent. …

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This Week in New Haven (November 6 – 12)

Anne Ewbank trying on a replica WWI uniform at the Knights of Columbus Museum

Democracy and war come to the front this week, as do food, theater and vinyl records. …

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This Week in New Haven (September 25 – October 1)

Compline service at Christ Church

As the weather turns strangely hot, other sources of heat include a filmmaker who won an Oscar this year, a musical that’s “back by popular demand” and hundreds of candles flickering inside a smoky church. …

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Backstage Pass

Kathy Apuzzo leading a tour at the Shubert Theater in New Haven, CT

Late in the 1950 film All About Eve, a scene opens in downtown New Haven.

“To the theater world, New Haven, Connecticut, is a short stretch of sidewalk …

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Explosions on the Ground

Then, it was organic. Now, it’s organized.

When it threw its first show in the Madison Arts Barn on April 20, 2002, Manic Presents was …

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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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