Sherry Shameer Cohen

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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BWW Review: THE LION in New HavenBWW Review: THE LION in New Haven
Posted: Jan. 19, 2016


BWW Interview: Joel Grey at The Ridgefield PlayhouseBWW Interview: Joel Grey at The Ridgefield Playhouse
Posted: Jan. 21, 2016


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Interview: Wade Preston of MOVIN' OUT in BridgeportBWW Interview: Wade Preston of MOVIN' OUT in Bridgeport
Posted: Sep. 7, 2015


BWW Reviews: brownsville song in New HavenBWW Reviews: brownsville song in New Haven
Posted: Apr. 6, 2015


BWW Interview: Franc D'AmbrosioBWW Interview: Franc D'Ambrosio
Posted: Oct. 7, 2015


BWW Interviews: JEFFRY DENMANBWW Interviews: JEFFRY DENMAN
Posted: Jun. 15, 2015


BWW Review: JUNGLE BOOK in BridgeportBWW Review: JUNGLE BOOK in Bridgeport
Posted: Jan. 11, 2016


BWW Interview: Stephen SchnetzerBWW Interview: Stephen Schnetzer
Posted: Oct. 5, 2015


BWW Profiles: The New Paradigm TheatreBWW Profiles: The New Paradigm Theatre
Posted: Dec. 10, 2015


BWW Interview: Joel Grey at The Ridgefield PlayhouseBWW Interview: Joel Grey at The Ridgefield Playhouse
January 21, 2016

Think you know @joelgrey? See him, hear him, be surprised by him at The Ridgefield Playhouse @RPlayhouse
BWW Review: THE LION in New HavenBWW Review: THE LION in New Haven
January 19, 2016

Must see Benjamin Scheuer's show to find out. @BenjaminScheuer
BWW Review: JUNGLE BOOK in BridgeportBWW Review: JUNGLE BOOK in Bridgeport
January 11, 2016

The Jungle Book is best seen live in Bridgeport.
BWW Profiles: Bridgeport's DOWNTOWN CABARET THEATREBWW Profiles: Bridgeport's DOWNTOWN CABARET THEATRE
December 29, 2015

Bridgeport's Downtown Cabaret Theatre has it all.
BWW Profiles: The New Paradigm TheatreBWW Profiles: The New Paradigm Theatre
December 10, 2015

Professional performers, fluidity, and a strong social justice angle. www.nptheatre.org.
BWW Interview: Chris Ward on THE INDEPENDENTSBWW Interview: Chris Ward on THE INDEPENDENTS
October 31, 2015

After staged reading, plans to include kick-ass projections and live painting.
BWW Review: SLEEPY HOLLOW in BridgeportBWW Review: SLEEPY HOLLOW in Bridgeport
October 12, 2015

Don't believe me, just watch.
BWW Review: BROKEN GLASS in WestportBWW Review: BROKEN GLASS in Westport
October 12, 2015

Westport Country Playhouse closed its season by honoring the centennial of Pultizer prize-winning playwright Arthur Miller with his 1994 play, Broken Glass. The title partly refers to Kristallnacht, the pogrom during which the windows of Jewish-owned homes and businesses and synagogues were smashed and nearly 100 Jews murdered during those attacks and 30,000 more were arrested and sent to concentration camps. However, it really refers to the broken spirtis of a Brooklyn couple.
BWW Interview: Franc D'AmbrosioBWW Interview: Franc D'Ambrosio
October 7, 2015

BWW Interview: Stephen SchnetzerBWW Interview: Stephen Schnetzer
October 5, 2015

Stephen Schnetzer has accomplished something very few actors can claim: he can get a favorable review from the notoriously hard to please critic John Simon. Schnetzer won a Soap Opera Digest award for Outstanding Comic Performance by an Actor (Daytime) for his work on Another World and has received numerous nominations for his acting. He has also appeared on Homeland, Forever, The Wire, The Following, The Blacklist, Damages, Law & Order, and other television shows. Theatre credits include The Goat or Who Is Sylvia?, Awake and Sing, Tribes, A Talent For Murder, Filumena, The Incomparable Max, and other plays. Schnetzer will soon appear at the Westport Country Playhouse in Arthur Miller's play, Broken Glass, and BroadwayWorld wanted to know more about him.
BWW Interview: Wade Preston of MOVIN' OUT in BridgeportBWW Interview: Wade Preston of MOVIN' OUT in Bridgeport
September 7, 2015

Broadway's Piano Man performs at the Downtown Cabaret. www.mycabaret.org.
BWW Review: BEDROOM FARCE in WestportBWW Review: BEDROOM FARCE in Westport
August 30, 2015

Alan Ayckbourn's 1975 play, Bedroom Farce, is as good as it gets at the Westport Country Playhouse.
BWW Review: MURDER FOR TWO in New HavenBWW Review: MURDER FOR TWO in New Haven
August 24, 2015

'They put the laughter in manslaughter' is the tagline for Murder for Two, the new musical playing at The Long Wharf Theatre through August 30.
BWW Reviews: AND A NIGHTINGALE SANGBWW Reviews: AND A NIGHTINGALE SANG
June 16, 2015

More energy than you think.
BWW Interviews: JEFFRY DENMANBWW Interviews: JEFFRY DENMAN
June 15, 2015

A good reason for a family vacation
BWW Interviews: MARY JANE SCHAEFERBWW Interviews: MARY JANE SCHAEFER
June 11, 2015

Actress and playwright Mary Jane Schaefer explores the relationship between Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald in her play, Scott and Zelda: Happy Forever, which was performed at the Theatre Artists Workshop in Norwalk in June. Schaefer is best known for her work in Shakespeare. She performed with Shakespeare On The Sound and has written two parts of a trilogy on the Bard -- Shakespeare Rising and Judith Shakespeare Has Her Say.
BWW Interviews: JOSHUA METZGERBWW Interviews: JOSHUA METZGER
June 2, 2015

A playwright, a novelist, a baseball simulator, and Internet executive, all rolled up into one
BWW Reviews: THE WINSLOW BOY in StratfordBWW Reviews: THE WINSLOW BOY in Stratford
May 26, 2015

Not about justice, but about doing right.
BWW Interviews: RICHARD KLINEBWW Interviews: RICHARD KLINE
May 21, 2015

Actor Richard Kline, best known for his role in the classic sitcom, Three's Company, will return to performing in Connecticut at the Westport Country Playhouse's upcoming production of And A Nightingale Sang. Kline has never performed at the Playhouse, but he has ties to Connecticut.
BWW Reviews: THE SECOND MRS. WILSON in New HavenBWW Reviews: THE SECOND MRS. WILSON in New Haven
May 19, 2015

Madame President


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