Monthly Archives: April 2016

Long Wharf Theatre announces its 52nd season

Long Wharf Theatre announces its 52nd season: a mix of new plays, a world premiere musical, a contemporary comedy, and a classic. Iconic writer and comedian Steve Martin has become a true friend to Long Wharf Theatre. His plays Picasso at the Lapin Agile and The Underpants were met by rave reviews, and his talk… Continue reading →

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Toulouse-Lautrec and the Spirit of Montmartre

  “Bohemia only exists and is only possible in Paris.”-Henry Muger, French novelist and poet When Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec moved to Montmartre in 1884, he found himself at the epicenter of a bohemian renaissance. Between 1880 and 1900, artists of all sorts—painters, sculptors, writers, musicians, and intellectuals—descended upon the raucous Parisian neighborhood of Montmartre to… Continue reading →

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The Personal Art of Moments & Minutes

“How do you want to end the poem?” I ask her. “How do you want the audience to feel when you’re finished?” Maggie looks very serious for a moment while she considers the question. “I really want it to be a mic drop moment,” she says. “I mean, I won’t really drop it because the… Continue reading →

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A Journey to Lewis and Clark in New Haven

As LWT’s Digital Content Manger I usually deal exclusively in things that are, well… digital. But when I found out the hand drawn maps from the Lewis and Clark expedition were in the collections of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library a mere 5 minutes from my desk, I couldn’t settle for the digital… Continue reading →

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