Sherry Shameer Cohen

Sherry Shameer Cohen is an award winning parachute journalist and blogger who is always looking for more challenging work. Her articles and photos have appeared in Connecticut Magazine, Greenwich Magazine, Stamford Plus, The Advocate, Greenwich Time, The Minuteman, Connecticut Jewish Ledger, The Jewish Chronicle, The Jewish Press, The New Jewish Voice, and various daytime magazines. She has stage managed, designed flyers, programs and props for community theatre and reviewed theatre for the Connecticut Jewish Ledger, Theater Inform and New England Entertainment Digest. She lives in Connecticut with her husband, Ken, and her two little drama kings, Alexander Seth Cohen and Jonathan Ross Cohen.
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LAST 30 DAYS

BWW Reviews: THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE in WestportBWW Reviews: THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE in Westport
Posted: Aug. 26, 2014


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Interviews: Jonah Verdon of DISASTER!BWW Interviews: Jonah Verdon of DISASTER!
Posted: Nov. 22, 2013


BWW Reviews: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS in BridgeportBWW Reviews: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS in Bridgeport
Posted: Sep. 23, 2013


Arch Villain Theatre Company Debuts in BridgeportArch Villain Theatre Company Debuts in Bridgeport
Posted: Oct. 14, 2013


BWW Reviews: ANNIE JR. In Bridgeport Is A Terrific Holiday TreatBWW Reviews: ANNIE JR. In Bridgeport Is A Terrific Holiday Treat
Posted: Dec. 16, 2013


BWW Reviews: THE BIKINIS in New HavenBWW Reviews: THE BIKINIS in New Haven
Posted: Jul. 15, 2014


BWW Reviews: A Rockin' MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAMBWW Reviews: A Rockin' MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
Posted: Aug. 14, 2014


BWW Reviews: DREAMGIRLS Dazzles in BridgeportBWW Reviews: DREAMGIRLS Dazzles in Bridgeport
Posted: Jan. 27, 2014


BWW Reviews: THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE in WestportBWW Reviews: THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE in Westport
August 26, 2014

What is this thing called love?
BWW Reviews: A Rockin' MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAMBWW Reviews: A Rockin' MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
August 14, 2014

New arts center raises the bar for a Shakespeare favorite
BWW Interviews: VANESSA KAIBWW Interviews: VANESSA KAI
August 13, 2014

Once in a while you see an actor whose performance just blows you away. That happened when I saw A.R. Gurney's Far East for the third time and Vanessa Kai was cast as The Reader. A few years later I saw her perform in the physically demanding and emotionally wrenching two-person show, An Infinite Ache, about a couple who meet, marry and grow old together.
BWW Interviews: GENEVA CARRBWW Interviews: GENEVA CARR
August 11, 2014

Geneva Carr: 'I haven't crested the best part of my career.'
BWW Reviews: NORA in WestportBWW Reviews: NORA in Westport
July 21, 2014

Scenes from a marriage
BWW Reviews: IN THE HEIGHTS in BridgeportBWW Reviews: IN THE HEIGHTS in Bridgeport
July 15, 2014

Upper West Side Story, sort of
BWW Reviews: THE BIKINIS in New HavenBWW Reviews: THE BIKINIS in New Haven
July 15, 2014

Not your ordinary revue
BWW Interviews: Amy OestreicherBWW Interviews: Amy Oestreicher
July 11, 2014

When you lose most of your digestive system, what more is there to fear?
BWW Interviews: William SquierBWW Interviews: William Squier
July 11, 2014

What it takes to write a children's musical
BWW Reviews: ENDURANCE in New HavenBWW Reviews: ENDURANCE in New Haven
June 23, 2014

Learning from a shipwreck
BWW Reviews: THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA in RowaytonBWW Reviews: THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA in Rowayton
June 19, 2014

Shakespeare on the Sound ushered in its 19th year with Shakespeare's first play, The Two Gentlemen of Verona.'
BWW Reviews: SING FOR YOUR SHAKESPEARE in WestportBWW Reviews: SING FOR YOUR SHAKESPEARE in Westport
June 9, 2014

Who knew Shakespeare could be so VIRAL?
Summer Stages: Summer Theatre in ConnecticutSummer Stages: Summer Theatre in Connecticut
June 6, 2014

Musical and lots of Shakespeare
BWW Interviews: Deborah Grace Winer on Music and ShakespeareBWW Interviews: Deborah Grace Winer on Music and Shakespeare
May 29, 2014

Something Old, Something New: Sing For Your Shakespeare Launches in Westport
BWW Interviews: Nicholas CarriereBWW Interviews: Nicholas Carriere
May 14, 2014

A triple-threat talent, and then some
BWW Reviews: Never Too Old for Fairytales - SHREK THE MUSICAL in BridgeportBWW Reviews: Never Too Old for Fairytales - SHREK THE MUSICAL in Bridgeport
May 5, 2014

Expect the unexpected.
BWW Reviews: A SONG AT TWILIGHT in WestportBWW Reviews: A SONG AT TWILIGHT in Westport
May 5, 2014

Seriously Coward. Coward seriously.
BWW Reviews: ALADDIN in BridgeportBWW Reviews: ALADDIN in Bridgeport
April 21, 2014

Better than a magic carpet ride
BWW Reviews: THE SHADOW OF THE HUMMINGBIRD in New HavenBWW Reviews: THE SHADOW OF THE HUMMINGBIRD in New Haven
April 8, 2014

BWW Reviews: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD in Bridgeport - Do the Right ThingBWW Reviews: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD in Bridgeport - Do the Right Thing
March 31, 2014

Few popular novels have been as powerful about a subject as Harper Lee's 1960 novel, To Kill A Mockingbird. As a film with an A-list star and as a play that is produced from time to time (but not nearly as often as it should be, in this critic's opinion), it's always a solid hit. Thankfully, the creative team at the Bridgeport Theatre Company did not depend on this.


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