Category Archives: Community Engagement

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 I’m dying to ask my companions. The themes of this show are primarily introspective and… Continue reading →

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‘Small Mouth Sounds’ Reading List

Thanks to the New Haven Free Public Library for curating the Micro-Branch in our lobby for Small Mouth Sounds. Stop and take a look at these titles before or after the show. Find one you like? Check out one of these books with our Box Office using any CT library card then simply return it… Continue reading →

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Theatre Community Shines A Light

Ghostlights carry a somewhat magical reputation in the theatre community. For the superstitious, the ritual of placing a naked bulb in a darkened theatre after every performance is a time-honored way to ensure that ghosts and general bad karma stay far away from their company of actors and crew members. For the more pragmatically minded,… Continue reading →

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Every 28 Hours: New Haven

“Michael Brown! Trayvon Martin! Eric Garner! Sandra Bland! Walter Scott!” Connecticut native Onyeka Obiocha gasped out these all too familiar names to a charged crowd in Long Wharf Theatre’s Stage II on Friday night. He stood on stage reciting these names while 70 other performers whispered in support of the thousands of black people killed… Continue reading →

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