Harold Gordon took a piece of furniture and converted it into a phony Civil War antique that ended up in a prominent museum.
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Scores of fans at the event in Hartford were treated for severe intoxication.
The play by Laura Eason, at TheaterWorks in Hartford, is an examination of a modern odd-couple relationship.
After a five-year renovation, the museum is reopening the Morgan Memorial building and its European galleries.
On Sept. 19, this Hartford institution will present the results of its five-year, $33 million renovation.
The Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, in Hartford, is opening two permanent galleries dedicated to contemporary art, and the galleries have been refurbished and reinstalled with significant objects from the museum’s collection.
With “Private Lives,” now in Hartford, Noël Coward wrote about ex-spouses who are reminded how the “ex-” got there.
In ‘Annapurna,’ by Sharr White, a middle-aged American named Ulysses is frying sausages in his trailer and sounding like a cowboy, not a former English professor.