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Small Mouth Sounds: Juicy Questions for Conversation and Reflection

After watching an impressive preview of “Small Mouth Sounds” through the Community Ambassador Program, I plan to bring a group to see the show later this month. I look forward to the conversation it sparks as I have some questions … Continue reading

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‘Small Mouth’ Stories | Socorro Santiago

If you want to calm Socorro Santiago down, simply invite her to see nature. “We are looking for relief. We are looking for answers. We are looking for peace. We are looking for forgiveness. We are looking for another way,” … Continue reading

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‘Small Mouth’ Stories | Brenna Palughi

It’s hard to find a moment to just be with yourself, particularly in a place as bustling as New York City. When Brenna Palughi is on the subway, she’s checking her phone for e-mails and alerts, or reading scripts as … Continue reading

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An Actor’s Take | Small Mouth Sounds Photo Shoot

Cherene Snow is an acting teacher when she isn’t performing herself, giving her a unique insight on how actors mine their hearts and their psyches on stage. “Acting is believing and acting is reacting,” Snow said. “So when someone else … Continue reading

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A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words

A warm August afternoon in New York City in a non-descript rehearsal hall on 45th Street. The cast of Long Wharf Theatre’s production of Bess Wohl’s Small Mouth Sounds – Connor Barrett, Ben Beckley, Edward Chin-Lyn, Orville Mendoza, Brenna Palughi, Socorro … Continue reading

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LWT Alums: 2017 Tony Award Nominees

This Sunday, June 11, marks the biggest night of the year in American theatre: the Tony Awards! We all like to make predictions of who the winners will be and sit anxiously on the edge of the couch crossing our … Continue reading

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5 Tips from a Chef to Cook Like a Pro

The cast of The Most Beautiful Room in New York are talented actors, singers, and dancers, but a few of them have to show some culinary talent on stage too. To help the actors out director Gordon Edelstein asked the … Continue reading

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Joining the ‘Beautiful Room’ Family

“This is a show about family,” explained Artistic Director Gordon Edelstein as he kicked off the meet and greet for The Most Beautiful Room in New York. Of course, he was referencing the story in the new musical, but if … Continue reading

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DRAMA NOTES: An Interview with Adam Gopnik

Adam Gopnik, the writer of book and lyrics for The Most Beautiful Room in New York, is perhaps best known as a staff writer for The New Yorker, where he’s contributed fiction, non-fiction, criticism, satire, and memoir since 1986. He’s … Continue reading

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A Letter from the Managing Director on Arts Funding

Long Wharf Theatre has many funders which enable our success: foundations both in New Haven and from around the country, corporations both large and small, and thousands of individual donors, including many of you.  I would like to focus on … Continue reading

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