Category Archives: theatre for young audiences

Meet the Cast of WHEN SHE HAD WINGS: Trevor Williams and Jhulenty Delossantos

Trevor: What’s your name and where are you from? My name is Trevor Williams and I am originally from Kent, Ohio. What character are you playing? I’m playing the Sound Op. The Sound Op, along with the Wingman, is sort of representative of the environment surrounding B and the expression of her perception of the… Continue reading →

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Meet the Cast of WHEN SHE HAD WINGS: Johnson Flucker

Can you tell me your name and where you’re from? My name is Johnson Flucker. My wife and I are empty nesters living in Trumbull, Connecticut. I’m from Pittsburgh originally. Can you tell me a little bit about the characters that you’re playing in the show? I play three characters, all of whom interact with… Continue reading →

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Meet the Cast of WHEN SHE HAD WINGS: Olivia Welch

Can you tell me your name and where you’re from? My name is Olivia Welch and I am from Wallingford. What character are you playing? Can you please describe your character in a few sentences? I’m playing A. A is kind of an abstract, mystical character. Throughout the show a lot of layers are pulled… Continue reading →

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Meet the Cast of WHEN SHE HAD WINGS: Olivia Florence

Can you tell me your name and where you’re from? My name is Olivia Florence and I am originally from Hamden. I’m now living in Willimantic. Did you ever come to Long Wharf as a kid? Have you been here before? Yes I have. It’s always been a dream of mine to be working in… Continue reading →

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Kids can travel in time at LWT’s 8th annual Discovery Day

Almost every single theatre person remembers what hooked them in the first place. It could be a show they did in high school, or the first Broadway hit they saw. For others, it’s a moment in a classroom with a particularly inspiring teacher. For artistic resident Emily Breeze, that moment happened at Long Wharf Theatre,… Continue reading →

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Next Stage Productions begins work on TYA production

On Wednesday, April 9 2014, rehearsals began for Wiley and the Hairy Man presented by the Next Stage Program at Long Wharf Theatre. The evening began with introductions and designer presentations. Everyone gathered around has Scenic Designer, Kevin Grab, and Costume Designer, Carl Ramsey, gave their presentations. Afterward, the cast was left to get comfortable… Continue reading →

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