Tag Archives: theater

Playing Through

In lieu of theater seating, no longer an option in the time of COVID, Yale Cabaret’s Jimmy Stubbs came up with a novel alternative: the bathtub. …

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Salt and Sweat and Coconutty Suntan Lotion

August is Summer Reading Month in Daily Nutmeg, and Donald Margulies, photographed above by Dan Mims, is this week’s featured writer. Please enjoy this new monologue

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The Earth Cracks Open

August is Summer Reading Month in Daily Nutmeg, and Donald Margulies, photographed above by Dan Mims, is this week’s featured author. Please enjoy this excerpt from

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Burying My Father

August is Summer Reading Month in Daily Nutmeg, and Donald Margulies, photographed above by Dan Mims, is this week’s featured author. Please enjoy this excerpt from

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Behind the Scenes

Just before the pandemic disrupted ordinary life, Donald Margulies was in Rome. He…

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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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Well-Laid Plans

Everyone’s plotting in The Plot. …

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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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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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Pace Yourself

The 24th International Festival of Arts & Ideas picks up the pace in New Haven…

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