Bess Wohl’s new play is a regret-tinged examination of sibling connections that maybe, back in those formative years, were not forged solidly enough.
Liss Couch-Edwards, the marketing and graphic design coordinator at Hartford Stage, talks about how she created the post for ‘The Comedy of Errors.’
With “Private Lives,” now in Hartford, Noël Coward wrote about ex-spouses who are reminded how the “ex-” got there.
The opening production of Hartford Stage’s new season, “Ether Dome,” is about the 19th-century physicians, frauds and cranks who pioneered surgical anesthesia.
“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.