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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.
Two exhibits — one of Andy Warhol prints of endangered animals, the other of women in the American Abstract Artists group — are on display at the Mattatuck Museum into September.
"Honoring the Presence of Trees: A Dance Film Experience” is a reworking footage of a Justice Dance Performance Project piece on Aug. 22 at Hartford International University for Religion a…
The 25th anniversary tour of "Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance" will play Mohegan Sun in November. Tickets go on sale Friday.
"Here You Come Again," a new musical scored with Dolly Parton songs, is at Goodspeed Musicals' Norma Terris Theatre through Aug. 27.
The New Britain Museum of American Art has a multi-room display of works by "I Spy" children's book creator Walter Wicks on view through Sept. 3.
The Courant's arts picks for July 30 through Aug. 5 include controversial country star Jason Alden and the hard-to-categorize acts The Lalas, Orthodox and Death Grips.
The annual comics convention TerrifiCon returns to Mohegan Sun July 28-30 with dozens of top comics creators, TV and movie actors, AEW wrestlers and more.
Dozens of Butch Wandy's colorful micro-prismatic photographic images are neatly arranged at the Art Museum at University of Saint Joseph through August.
The Courant's arts picks for July 23-29 include Broadway favorite "Into the Woods," classic '60s acts at the Oakdale, Snoop Dogg at Xfinity Theater and big local folk and jazz festivals.
The Noah Webster House & West Hartford History Society has announced Jeffrey J. Mainville as its new executive director.
Connecticut Ballet is doing five outdoor "Ballet Under the Stars" performances, including one in Elizabeth Park on July 22.
The Yale Summer Cabaret changes like the seasons. This year's Development Studio 49 theme offers new works and community involvement.
The Courant's arts picks for July 16-22 include a Salsa Meets Jazz Festival, rockers Peter Frampton, Jenny Lewis and Counting Crows and some MMMBop with Hanson.
The new piece from Deborah Goffe's Scapegoat Garden company will reflect spirituality and community through dance, movement and fashion this weekend at Christ Church Cathedral.
The Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz returns to Bushnell Park from July 13-16 with a range of national headliners and local artists including Eddie Palmieri and Take 6.
Connecticut gallery exhibits, live painting demos and more will line Main Street in Old Wethersfield for the new Art Walk
This year the festival offered a new way to experience the music: from a new “tent city” area. All 40 places in the tent city have been sold. The festival grew out of a Monday night conc…
The Long Wharf Theatre will bring "The Year of Magical Thinking" to New Haven this fall, while the Shubert Theatre offers touring dance and concert acts.
Michael Chenevert had just returned to New York after a successful run of “The Rembrandt” at the TheaterWorks Hartford when it lured him back to star in “Clyde’s” July 7-30.
Peruvian artist Romina Chuls talks about her work and its feminist themes at Real Arts Ways on July 8.
This week's things to do and see include legends and laughs with Elvis Costello, Chubby Checker, Colin Quinn and Michael Blackstone.
The inaugural House Head City Summer Festival ‘23 happens four times this summer, starting Saturday on Pratt Street in downtown Hartford.
Richard Thomas stars as Atticus Finch in Aaron Sorkin's version of "To Kill a Mockingbird," June 27 through July 2 at The Bushnell.
The new exhibit of Kenneth A. Larson charcoal drawings at the New Britain Museum of American Art celebrate the legacy of Black women in the community.
The Courant's arts picks this week include concerts by James Taylor, Jay Wheeler and Big Time Rush and "The Sound of Music" at Ivoryton Playhouse.