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Lindsey Sullivan This tone deaf high school drama geek turned writer/editor fantasizes about seeing her name next to marquee pop quotes - not up in lights. Lindsey Sullivan realized writing was her true passion after her best friend pleaded her to fill space in her student newspaper. A few snarky opinion articles turned into a boisterous theater beat that lasted through college and beyond. Sullivan is currently a professional media nerd at Billboard and freelance writer for SELF. She has her own theater blog, Curtain Chronicles, as well as Not So Fair Hair, which chronicles her experience as a young woman living with alopecia areata. She is currently obsessed with Ryn Weaver, a huge Zumba enthusiast, a recent 48 Hour Film Project script writer and producer, and can usually be found in her giraffe onesie.



BWW Review: ONCE Enchants New Haven
January 29, 2016

Guy meets girl. They make some music. And they either end up together or apart, delighting or devastating their respective audiences. It's just as typical a story as the romance of the Broadway musical (and usually has a similar effect). Well, Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova's Once is hailed for dashing the typical boy meets girl tale, and its North American tour installment does not seem to do typical either. Magic was made at New Haven's Shubert Theatre last night as the cast of Once took their first bow of the weekend (and received the first of what are likely to become many standing ovations).

BWW Review: EVITA is a Feast for the Eyes in Music Theatre of Connecticut's Snug Space
October 20, 2015

What a time for Music Theatre of Connecticut to revive this musical, bringing the 'circus' that is how we the people view seemingly larger-than-life characters into its snug Norwalk space.

BWW Interview: Angela Reed Talks BROKEN GLASS at Westport Country Playhouse
October 5, 2015

With Broadway credits, national tours (Spring Awakening and War Horse, no less), and the firecracker role of Barbara in August: Osage County under her belt, Angela Reed has done it all. However, the Westport Country Playhouse first timer is currently learning a lot in rehearsals for Arthur Miller's intense Broken Glass. 

BWW Interview: Alex Mollica Talks DOING IT MY WAY at The Duplex
September 16, 2015

Several months ago, 23-year-old tenor Alex Mollica approached the mic at Don't Tell Mama in the heart of Times Square. Despite the instruction of the venue's title, his wildcard singing range and one-liners got people talking, laughing, and shedding a tear or two. A YouTube video and a whim resulted in Doing It My Way, Mollica's upcoming autobiographical cabaret at The Duplex.

BWW Reviews: BEDROOM FARCE Leaves Audiences in Stitches as Westport Country Playhouse's Grown-Up Bedtime Tale
August 31, 2015

Alan Ayckbourn makes another delightful, not-so-clean comedy sweep at Westport Country Playhouse with Bedroom Farce. The play captures all the fun, frustration, fighting, frivolity, and fidgeting that inevitably goes into any all-nighter.