The Clockwork Rep opens the last show of its current 37th theatre season with BAGGAGE by Sam Bobrick.
A romantic comedy, the show involves the lives of Phyliss and Bradley, two unlikely people who get their luggage mixed up at the airport. Bradley delivers her luggage to Phyliss’ apartment, only to find out she has opened his lugagge and knows all his personal “baggage.” Such as a failed marriage, a messy divorce, a lousy job, etc. Phyliss then… Continue reading
WEST HARTFORD, CT-The jokes are at their pinnacle at Playhouse on Park with this season’s last Comedy Night at the Playhouse on Saturday, May
3rd at 8:00 PM. This evening of stand-up will feature Marion Grodin as the headliner, with Danny Cohen as the opening act.
After working as a staff writer for two sitcoms and writing several screenplays, Ms. Grodin decided it was time to put down the pen and take up the sword, or in this case,… Continue reading
WEST HARTFORD-The final battle has arrived! The 2014 Improv Cage Match series concludes at Playhouse on Park. Two improv teams go head-to-head in a comical showdown, where the audience decides the winner! This is the last of six matches, as part of a collaboration between Playhouse on Park, Hole in the Wall Theater, and Hot Cocco Productions.
The two competing teams for the evening will be Sea Tea Improv of Hartford and The Great Make Believe Society of Middletown.… Continue reading
WEST HARTFORD- Summer is just around the corner, and Playhouse on Park is offering a summer acting program for Grades 6-8. This program will be held in two-week sessions. The first session meets for two hours in the afternoon, and the second session meets for three hours in the morning to allow for more in-depth training. Students will learn age appropriate acting techniques, and each session ends with a final student showcase.
This program, titled Actors Onstage, will focus on… Continue reading
WEST HARTFORD- Summer is just around the corner, and Playhouse on Park is offering summer acting programs for Grades K-5. Each program meets two hours a day for two weeks. Students are generally grouped by grade level to focus on age appropriate acting techniques, and each session ends with a final student showcase.
For Grades K-2 there is the Creative Kids program, which introduces young children to acting with creative play. Exercises and games will focus on acting, story telling,… Continue reading