Category Archives: Theatre

New Haven joins August Wilson Monologue Competition

It wasn’t nothing to you but it was something to me. To have you just up and walk out like that. What you think happened to me? Did you ever stop to ask yourself, “I wonder how Vera doing–I wonder how she feel?” I lay here every night in an empty bed. In an empty… 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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LWT’s education department will partner with the New Haven Free Public Library to hold a series of monthly theatre classes free and open to all high school students from November to June at the Ives Main Library. Theatre Haven will give young people the opportunity to try out different aspects of theatre in a safe and fun environment. … Continue reading →

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Interview: Charlotte Moore, director of Molly Sweeney

Charlotte Moore is no stranger to Long Wharf Theatre. Under the leadership of legendary artistic director Arvin Brown, Moore appeared as a performer in several productions including The Autumn Garden in the mid 1970s. “That was a terrific time. Going up on the train, learning your lines. Getting caught in the parking lot in the… Continue reading →

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