Category Archives: Long Wharf Theatre

Judith Ivey Comes Home

Home, as they say, is wherever you hang your hat. That cliché happens to be true in the case of most actors. For Judith Ivey, returning to Long Wharf Theatre to appear in Fireflies certainly reinforces the old saw. Ivey is a native of Texas. The setting of Fireflies is a fictional small town in Texas…. Continue reading →

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Denis Arndt: ‘An Itinerant Arts Worker’

There are a few individual performances that Artistic Director Gordon Edelstein speaks of with sheer reverence, a respect and deep appreciation for the artistry on display. One of those instances came in 1984, in a production of The Ballad of Soapy Smith by Michael Weller at the Public Theater. Denis Arndt played the title character,… Continue reading →

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McFarland blog

Christopher Michael McFarland is the youngest member of the cast of Fireflies, but one can argue he might have spent the most time of them all in front of New Haven audiences. McFarland, a graduate of the Yale School of Drama, is appearing in the role of Eugene in Fireflies. Eugene, the town cop, arrived… Continue reading →

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Judith Ivey Comes Home

Home, as they say, is wherever you hang your hat. That cliché happens to be true in the case of most actors. For Judith Ivey, returning to Long Wharf Theatre to appear in Fireflies certainly reinforces the old saw. Ivey is a native of Texas. The setting of Fireflies is a fictional small town in Texas…. Continue reading →

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Denis Arndt: ‘An Itinerant Arts Worker’

There are a few individual performances that Artistic Director Gordon Edelstein speaks of with sheer reverence, a respect and deep appreciation for the artistry on display. One of those instances came in 1984, in a production of The Ballad of Soapy Smith by Michael Weller at the Public Theater. Denis Arndt played the title character,… Continue reading →

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FIREFLIES’ McFarland Fan of ‘Smart New Haven Audiences’

Christopher Michael McFarland is the youngest member of the cast of Fireflies, but one can argue he might have spent the most time of them all in front of New Haven audiences. McFarland, a graduate of the Yale School of Drama, is appearing in the role of Eugene in Fireflies. Eugene, the town cop, arrived… Continue reading →

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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 I’m dying to ask my companions. The themes of this show are primarily introspective and… 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,” Santiago said. “We are always talking in our heads. I have to do this, I… 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 the chaos of the city swirls around here. Just coming to rehearsal in the city… 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 is speaking you must be present and react to what is being said.” During the… Continue reading →

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