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A DRINKING GAME NYC Celebrates 10 Years Of Staging Iconic Films

A Drinking Game NYC celebrates 10 years staging iconic films like 'The Princess Bride' and 'Mean Girls'. Join them for a special performance of 'Back to the Future' on January 20, 2024, at The Bell House in Brooklyn. Dress up as your favorite character and enjoy a night of comedy, audience participation, and a DJ dance party.
Gordon Clapp, Bryce Pinkham, and Frank Wood Join the Cast of THE GREAT SOCIETY

Additional casting has been announced for The Great Society, coming to Broadway this fall!
Connecticut Repertory Theatre presents SHREK THE MUSICAL

Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) will stage "Shrek The Musical"  to close out the 2016-2017 season. Margarett Perry will direct. Performances will be held in the Harriet S. Jorgensen Theatre from April 20th through April 30th, 2017. For tickets and information please visit crt.uconn.edu or call (860) 486-2113.
Photo Flash: Connecticut Repertory Theatre Announces Cast and Creative Team for AN ABSOLUTE TURKEY

Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) announces the cast of Georges Feydeau's 'An Absolute Turkey', adapted from Le Dindon by Nicki Frei and Peter Hall. Paul Mullins will direct. Performances will be held in the Harriet S. Jorgenson Theatre from December 1st through December 10th, 2016. For tickets and information please visit crt.uconn.edu or call (860) 486-2113.
Connecticut Rep's AN ABSOLUTE TURKEY Announces Cast, Creative Team

Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) announces the cast of Georges Feydeau's 'An Absolute Turkey,' adapted from Le Dindon by Nicki Frei and Peter Hall.
Connecticut Rep's AN ABSOLUTE TURKEY Announces Cast, Creative Team

Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) announces the cast of Georges Feydeau's 'An Absolute Turkey,' adapted from Le Dindon by Nicki Frei and Peter Hall.
Connecticut Repertory Theatre Opens Season with Shakespeare's KING LEAR

Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) opens its 2016-17 season with William Shakespeare's King Lear. Associate Artistic Director Dale AJ Rose will direct.  Performances will be held in the Harriet S. Jorgenson Theatre from October 6ththrough October 16th, 2016.  For tickets and information please visit crt.uconn.edu or call (860) 486-2113.
Connecticut Repertory Theatre Opens Season with Shakespeare's KING LEAR

Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) opens its 2016-17 season with William Shakespeare's King Lear. Associate Artistic Director Dale AJ Rose will direct.  Performances will be held in the Harriet S. Jorgenson Theatre from October 6ththrough October 16th, 2016.  For tickets and information please visit crt.uconn.edu or call (860) 486-2113.
WICKED Tour Stars to Reunite in CT Repertory Theatre's SPAMALOT

Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) will stage Monty Python's Spamalot, the Tony Award winning musical comedy with book and lyrics by Eric Idle, music by John Du Prez and Eric Idle as the final show of its 2015-2016 season. The show is directed by Richard Ruiz.  Performances will be held in the Harriet S. Jorgenson Theatre from April 21 - May 1, 2016.  For tickets and information please visit crt.uconn.edu or call (860) 486-2113.
Louisville Repertory Company Presents A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE Starting Today

This dark comedy by award-winning Irish playwright Martin McDonagh, is his first play set in the United States. Carmichael has been searching for her missing left hand for almost half a century. Enter two bickering lovebirds with a hand to sell, and a hotel clerk with an aversion to gunfire, and we're set for a hilarious roller coaster of love, hate, desperation and hope!
Louisville Repertory Company to Present A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE This March

Louisville Repertory Company will present A Behanding in Spokane by Martin McDonaugh, directed by Angela D. Miller.
Louisville Repertory Company Presents A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE Starting 3/11

This dark comedy by award-winning Irish playwright Martin McDonagh, is his first play set in the United States. Carmichael has been searching for her missing left hand for almost half a century. Enter two bickering lovebirds with a hand to sell, and a hotel clerk with an aversion to gunfire, and we're set for a hilarious roller coaster of love, hate, desperation and hope!
Louisville Repertory Company to Present A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE This March

Louisville Repertory Company will present A Behanding in Spokane by Martin McDonaugh, directed by Angela D. Miller.
CRT to Present Jane Austen's SENSE AND SENSIBILITY

?Connecticut Repertory Theatre will present Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility by adapted for the stage by Joseph Hanreddy and J.R. Sullivan as the fourth show of its 2015-2016 season. The show is directed by Kristin Wold, a faculty member at UConn and member of Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, MA.  Sense and Sensibility will be held in the Harriet S. Jorgenson Theatre from February 25 through March 6, 2016. For tickets and information please visit crt.uconn.edu or call (860) 486 2113.
Pandora Productions to Stage Harvey Fierstein's CASA VALENTINA

Pandora Productions continues the 2015-2016 season with a new play by Tony Award winner Harvey Fierstein (Kinky Boots, Torch Song Trilogy, La Cage aux Folles). Casa Valentina is based on a real life oasis in the Catskills of the 1960's.
Photo Flash: First Look at CT Repertory Theatre's THE LARAMIE PROJECT

The 2015-2016 season for Connecticut Repertory Theatre will begin with a production of The Laramie Project, helmed by CRT's artistic director, Vincent J. Cardinal. The Laramie Project focuses on the aftermath of the murder of Matthew Shepard, an openly gay college student, in Laramie, Wyoming. A collaborative effort amongst members of The Tectonic Theatre Project, spearheaded by Moises Kaufman, the play explores the reactions of a small town when faced with a gruesome event that triggered worldwide media attention. Performances of The Laramie Project begin on October 8 and continue through October 18, 2015 at Connecticut Repertory Theatre's Nafe Katter Theatre. Tickets are now on sale at crt.uconn.edu or 860-486-2113.
BWW Review: Let There Be No Prejudice Here

It is safe to say that Monomoy has done a spectacular job staging Austen's work: from the chosen cast, the beautiful period costumes and the way in which it just felt like the novel should feel, there is really nothing bad to say about this production. The set was beautiful, and without moving more than a few chairs around made it both appropriate and very efficient throughout the entire show. The portrayal of the ball, a wonderful scene filled with dancing, merriment and a bit of tenseness, was beautifully staged. It is difficult to transform a stage into something that makes the audience really feel as though it becomes part of the period in which the story takes place, but this was successfully done at this production. And, what would a wonderful production be without the actors who make it all possible? Darren Brown as Mr. Darcy is able to capture the wonderful mix of superiority, insecurity and just the general sense of discomfort that make Mr. Darcy the truly intriguing character he is. There are moments when Brown makes Darcy appear noticeably uncomfortable around others, even when he simultaneously trying to uphold his "mightier-than-thou" appearance, and the transition this character makes (or rather, the revelation, as I don't think Darcy really changes his personality…he just lets its out) from being stern and unapproachable to vulnerable and just plain human is astounding. Brown really does a great job in showing how such a man can change, when given sufficient and acceptable reason and chance to.
BWW Reviews: Monomoy's SPELLING BEE Spells Success!

What would happen if one were to switch the first few letters of "amazing" to form a new, exciting word that only certain minds could quickly figure out? Actually, who cares! As long as each of you knows the word's definition and what it implies, there can only be synonyms of the word used to describe Monomoy Theatre's current production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Having never before seen a production of this rather well-known comedy of a musical, letting Monomoy give me a very impressive and lasting first impression was a wonderful was an absolute privilege; I didn't expect anything less from the group, as the amount of talent on stage makes every play and musical performed wonderful, to say the least. Spelling Bee is really something quite special, as such a simple idea for a plot is taken and transformed, through music and rather peculiar characters, into something that will keep audiences laughing for an evening; it is a production that will not have anyone spelling "regret."
BWW Reviews: Monomoy Theater's LEND ME A TENOR

Directed by Francesca James, Lend Me a Tenor is beyond brought - it is more like jolted to life in Monomoy's current production of Ken Ludwig's Tony-winning comedy, and to say that it is anything but brilliant this time around is a severe understatement. It is one of the only productions I have seen in a long time where I was actually dreading the end of the first act, not knowing if it ended as it did or if it was to be continued after intermission; thankfully, Act Two did indeed happen and did anything but disappoint. It is also one of those shows which, after the curtain has closed, persuade people to drag their family and friends to see so that they, too, may understand how epic it truly is. It is a shame that there are only a few performances available to see, but if you are free this Friday or Saturday, Monomoy Theater is where you should be spending some time.

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