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The Courant's arts picks for Sept. 24-30 include the Sound on Sound Music Festival in Bridgeport, Hunter Hayes in Willimantic and Marshall Crenshaw in Old Saybrook.
Branford's Legacy Theatre has mounted one of the first local productions of the British comedy hit "The Play That Goes Wrong," which has previously played Connecticut several times on nation…
Ruha Benjamin and her book "Viral Justice" are being honored with two days of events by the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center on Thursday and Friday.
Dozens of tribute bands, honoring everyone from Prince to Warren Zevon to the usual Beatles and Elvis, play Connecticut theaters and clubs this fall.
The Halloween frights begin now and continue for the next six weeks with dozens of spooky shows, concerts and attractions around Connecticut.
GreenStage Guilford, formerly the Guilford Performing Arts Festival, brings dancers, musicians, theater makers and other artists to the Guilford Green Sept. 17-24.
This week's Courant arts picks include Samantha Bee at The Bushnell, Willie Nelson in Bridgeport, animatronic dinosaurs at Mohegan Sun and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong outside the Old State Hou…
Bob Dylan's upcoming show at the Waterbury Palace is Nov. 11, the same date that he played the same venue in 1975 on his Rolling Thunder Revue tour.
Netflix has acquired worldwide rights to a new documentary about the record-breaking West Hartford woman who has been to the summit of Mount Everest 10 times.
After days of thunderstorms, the skies magically parted in Hartford on Tuesday afternoon for a special visitor. Little Amal, a 12-foot puppet who represents a 10-year-old Syrian refugee, was…
Nat Reeves' Jazz on the Patio series returns to Parkville Market in Hartford for free biweekly concerts Sept. 25 through Dec. 4.
Taylor Swift's music and record-breaking Eras Tour has inspired a slew of events happening around Connecticut in the next few weeks.
The 2023 Big E runs Sept. 15 through Oct. 1, with concerts, agriculture competitions, food, exhibits and more. Here’s a handy guide to some of the most exciting things the fair offers.
The Courant's arts picks for Sept. 10-16 include numerous comedy acts, a free reggae concert at the Old State House in Hartford and horror rock icons Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie.
Walk With Little Amal, a global art/performance project spotlighting the plight of refugees, is coming to Hartford on Sept. 12.
A Hero's Legacy, which has sold comics in Manchester for a decade (and for 18 years before that as Buried Under Comics), will close at the end of September.
Hartford Pride holds its annual street party on Sept. 9 with headlining acts CeCe Peniston, Thelma Houston and Willie Gomez.
"The 12," a new musical about how the apostles behaved in the days following Jesus' death, is by Robert Schenkkan and Neil Berg and directed by John Doyle. It runs at the Goodspeed Opera Hou…
Work Space in Manchester is currently exhibiting Manchester-themed work by members of the MARC Inc. community as well as winning photos from a "Week in the Life of Manchester" competition.
The Courant's arts picks for Sept. 3-9 include Machine Gun Kelly, the Hartbeat Music Festival, a concert with Broadway stars at Westport Playhouse and a ukulele festival in Simsbury.
The Beat movement lives on at the National and International Beat Poetry Festival in Collinsville and Barkhamsted this weekend.
The Connecticut Renaissance Faire takes place every weekend from Sept. 2 through Oct. 15 outdoors in Lebanon.
The new graphic novel "Three Rocks" is an insightful look at the creator of "Nancy," by the creator of "Zippy the Pinhead," both Connecticut legends
The Courant's arts picks for Aug. 27 through Sept. 2 include the clown duo Bill and Fred, "SNL" veteran Tim Meadows at the Hartford Funny Bone and well-loved musical acts Foreigner, Cheap Tr…
Dozens of hit pop, rock and R&B acts from the 1980s and '90s, from 98 Degrees to Men Without Hats to Toad the Wet Sprocket to Tool, are back on Connecticut concert stages this fall.
A new outdoor gospel festival co-sponsored by the Conference of Churches will take place on Friday at Mortensen Riverfront Plaza, featuring Kymberli Joye of "The Voice."
Journalist and theater critic Patti Hartigan will discuss her new biography of August Wilson in a virtual event sponsored by the Mark Twain House & Museum on Aug. 24.
The Courant's arts picks for Aug. 20-26 include the Mashantucket Schemitzun ceremony, the Plainville Hot Air Balloon Festival and a lot of cool rock acts from the '90s.
Jesús I. Valles performs "(Un)Documented" on Friday and Saturday at HartBeat Ensemble's Carriage House in Hartford. Saturday's performance is preceded by the Just Kin Arts Festival.
Two of the contestants on the new show "Superfan" are from Connecticut: a Shania Twain fan from Middlebury and a Gloria Estefan fan originally from Middletown.
Some major comedy acts are hitting Connecticut in the coming weeks and months. Here's a quick guide.