“Freud’s Last Session,” a play by Mark St. Germain, is at the Schoolhouse Theater in Croton Falls through Nov. 27.
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An exhibition of about 150 objects at the Hudson River Museum explores the multiple personalities of a gorgeous bird.
Tom Stoppard’s masterpiece offers piquant ruminations on love, time and mathematics.
The opening production of Hartford Stage’s new season, “Ether Dome,” is about the 19th-century physicians, frauds and cranks who pioneered surgical anesthesia.
“Woody Sez: The Life and Music of Woody Guthrie” in Hartford combines songs, incidents and anecdotes to create a complete Guthrie experience.
“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” which is at Hartford Stage, is a comic mash-up of Chekhovian themes and characters, with nods to Aeschylus, Shakespeare, Beckett and Walt Disney.
Twenty-nine paintings are featured in “Pasture to Pond: Connecticut Impressionism” at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich.
A Hartford Stage production of the tragedy is light on props, relying on the power of the play itself to connect with the audience.