Music Theatre of Connecticut (MTC), Norwalk: Some super star vocalists who produce pure magic on stage with their amazing voices are actually down-to-earth people. At least that’s what Ted Swindley, the creator and writer of the show “Always…Patsy Cline” wants us to know about this country western singer. Patsy rose to fame on the Arthur Godfrey show where Louise Seger … read more
Eastbound Theatre, Milford: It was a job to die for. Women who landed one of the coveted jobs at the Radium Dial Company in the 1920s were considered lucky. After all, the company not only hired women, but the work was supposedly easy and women could actually earn as much as $8 a week. It’s no wonder protagonist Catherine Donohue … read more
Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven: “None of us can help the things life has done to us. They’re done before you realize it … and you’ve lost your true self forever.” The quote is from Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night, but it is most appropriate for depicting Boo Killebrew’s Miller, Mississippi. Here is a Southern Gothic tale of … read more
Curtain Call reviews The Engagement Party.