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The jolly old elf himself made an appearance and brought gifts for children, but the Grinch was seen roaming the area.
The Arts Center held its annual Candlelight Holiday Stroll, which has been part of the organization for so long that the exact year it started is still up for some debate.
Inside the 65-member orchestra that plays all of ABT's shows.
The book, simply titled "Harry," explores the themes of aging, discovering oneself through travel and music therapy.
The 48th annual Glastonbury Apple Harvest Festival challenged attendance records, as it put smiles on thousands of faces throughout the weekend.
It’s unlikely that you’ve ever driven down Rt. 5 in Enfield and noticed the wall on the side of Enfield Produce and Deli, but it’s very likely you will next time you’re there. On Oct…
"I want to foster an arts community and grow it. That opens up money from the state for all kinds of things," Bree Maxwell said.
Widely regarded as one of Shakespeare's most absurd comedies, "As You Like It" is presenting a welcome challenge for the actors of Times Fool Company in Wethersfield.
Those familiar with the animated series SpongeBob SquarePants will find themselves in familiar surroundings at Glastonbury Youth and Family Services’ Creative Experiences’ production of …
With a unanimous vote at the Windsor Town Council meeting on July 11, the town formed an Arts Commission. Councilwoman Lisa Bress said that soon, residents will be able to apply to be on the…
The notes include a marriage proposal, which was verified by the company (the person said yes).
Singer Olivia Lane originally studied as an actress, but felt a call to move to Nashville in 2013 and try a career as a country singer. Since then, she and her career have had ups and downs,…
Ellington High School’s Opening Knight Players are known for diverging from the mainstream shows performed by most schools, at least most of the time. Their spring production, “Flurry,�…
Opening Knight Players will perform "Radium Girls" at Ellington High School and at CT Drama Festival Competition
'Christmas in Pine Tree Corners' brings together many beloved characters from classic holiday TV specials
Who killed the devil? Rockville High School creative writers set to stage murder mystery
Ball in the House, Jester Jim to perform at Farmington Summer Concert Series
Glastonbury musician helping to popularize 'Classical Crossover' genre
Well ahead of a celebratory Central Park concert announced by Mayor Bill de Blasio for August, New York City's venues are coming back in June for vaccinated audiences.
The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players have dusted off “Utopia, Limited,” for a production at Symphony Space.
The Dicapo Opera Theater takes on Menotti’s “Saint of Bleecker Street,” set in New York’s Little Italy in the 1950s.
Gershwin wrote “Blue Monday,” a one-act jazz opera, for a Broadway revue in 1922.
Renée Fleming performed selections from “Dark Hope,” Broadway songs and other works with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and Josh Groban in a “Live From Lincoln Center” program.
The message is not that classical music is lofty, beautiful, cultured or superior. It is that some classical music - and some Indian devotional music, and some speculative early-music theate…