Category: Entertainment

Exploring Witchcraft and Witch Persecution in Early New England Virtual Lecture Hosted by the Norwalk Historical Society

NORWALK, CT – In honor of Women’s History Month the Norwalk Historical Society is hosting the virtual lecture, ” ‘Giving Entertainment to Satan’: Witchcraft and Witch Persecution in Early New England” with guest presenter Dr. Leslie Lindenauer of Western CT State University on Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 5:30pm (Eastern Time) via Zoom. Mention Salem…

Actor Christopher Atkins celebrates 60 at Wake-Cup-Coffee in Fairfield

Actor Christopher Atkins celebrated his 60th birthday this past Sunday with a special private event at Fairfield’s Wake-Cup-Coffee, located on the southbound side of the Fairfield Metro Train station. Close friends, family and honored guests attended the special occasion both in person and virtually. Among the attendees was Connecticut State Senator Tony Hwang. Some of…

ACT of CT presents Stephen Schwartz’s SNAPSHOTS: A Musical Scrapbo

Ridgefield, CT – ACT (A Contemporary Theatre) of CT is excited to announce their newest endeavor, a world premiere musical experience exclusively for ACT of CT audiences. Snapshots: A Musical Scrapbook is an original musical which incorporates over two dozen of Stephen Schwartz’s songs, including songs from Wicked, Pippin, Godspell, The Baker’s Wife, Rags, Working,…

Maritime Aquarium marks Black History Month with live-streaming programs celebrating black scientists and authors

NORWALK, CT – Log in to learn the achievements of Black scientists and authors during upcoming live-streaming educational programs offered by The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk during Black History Month. The Virtual programs offered during Black History Month are part of a changing suite of online programs offered weekly by the Aquarium. There’s no set…

“Connecticut’s Role in World War I”  Virtual Lecture by Christine Pittsley of the CT State Library – Hosted by the Weston Historical Society

WESTON, CT – As a lead-in to the Weston Historical Society’s 1920s exhibit, which will open later this year, the society is organizing a virtual lecture series that will explore events that influenced and shaped the Roaring 20s. The first virtual lecture, “Connecticut’s Role in World War I”, will be presented by Christine Pittsley of…

The Nutmeg Ballet Conservatory presents THE NUTCRACKER

Streaming Performances December 4-13 Torrington, CT – Though not a traditional year, The Nutmeg Ballet Conservatory has worked hard to ensure that its traditional holiday presentation of The Nutcracker will go on. The 2020 production will be presented virtually from the Warner Theatre’s Main Stage during the first two weekends of December. Six performances will…

SHU to assume management of Discovery Museum

FAIRFIELD, CT – Sacred Heart University announced today that, after a series of talks initiated by leaders of the Discovery Museum, it will assume management of the museum at 4450 Park Avenue in Bridgeport. The museum is down the street from the University’s Fairfield campus. The agreement is effective January 1, 2021, and will continue…

New Canaan’s LiveGirl and S.T.A.R. Join Forces for a conversation on Healing Together

New Canaan, CT – How can I get involved in healing my community? How can I navigate the racial dynamic? These are some of the important questions that will be addressed in an upcoming community conversation, “What’s Next: Post-Election Racial Healing” co-hosted by LiveGirl and Stand Together Against Racism (S.T.A.R.) LiveGirl Founder and CEO Sheri…

Westport Country Playhouse Premieres Virtual Discussion Series with Host Mark Lamos on Thursday, November 19

Westport Country Playhouse will present the premiere of “Cocktails with Mark,” a virtual discussion series hosted by Mark Lamos, Playhouse artistic director, on Thursday, November 19, at 7 p.m. The event will be streamed from Lamos’ home in Sherman, Connecticut, on Facebook Live and YouTube. The conversation will run approximately 20 minutes and is free…