Community theaters, as well as the performing arts and entertainment world as a whole, were compelled to shut their doors as part of the effort to limit the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. This included theatrical plays and productions as well as content creation for film, television, and streaming services.
If you have visited The Connecticut Callboard lately (one of Connecticut’s longest, continually running theater websites), then you will have noticed a few changes. As technology changes, so too must CTCallboard, long due for an overhaul. So here is a list of what has changed, what is staying the same, and what may only look different.
tl;dr: Sean’s back, the layout is different/new; there’s a better way to submit stuff, Facebook/Twitter/Email works again, and some other stuff. Proceed if you want to know the deets.
MILFORD. New, original musicals are featured in Pantochino Productions Inc.’s Summer Theatre Camps to take place at the Center for the Arts in Downtown Milford for four one-week sessions this summer. The Milford Arts Council, in association with award-winning Pantochino Productions Inc, offers this acclaimed program for a sixth summer. […]
Award-winning Pantochino Productions Inc, Milford’s only professional not-for-profit theatre company for family audiences is currently registering young actors for its upcoming April Vacation Theatre Camp to be held at their studio space in the former Saint Ann School from April 10 through 14th. The April Vacation Theatre Camp is a […]
Award-winning Pantochino Productions Inc, a professional 501 (c)(3) tax exempt theatre company, will hold open call auditions for it’s 2015-16 Season this week: Tuesday, September 15th and Wednesday, September 16th from 6 to 9pm at Pantochino Studios, located in the former St. Ann School, 64 Ridge Street in Milford. Co-producers […]
The Downtown Milford Business Association will host its seventh annual Wine Trail on Saturday September 12th from 6-9pm throughout downtown Milford. The DMBA is committed to giving back to the community in a meaningful way. Each year, two local non profit organizations are chosen as beneficiaries chosen from a field […]
By mutual agreement, Rob Tromp has agreed to take over the site from Sean, effective 6/14/15. Sean has graciously agreed to provide consulting while Rob gets up to speed, so we hope this will be a painless transition.
Repent, for the End is Nigh! Alas, dear, stalwart readers, due to the increased costs of hosting my own website, a child entering college in the fall, and other pressing matters, I can no longer support CTCallboard.com. Unless I win a lottery or step into some other kind of windfall, […]
One of my long-time website patrons asked if there could be a way to filter auditions by musicals/non-musicals. I never thought about doing that, but it’s easy enough. I have the set up the new categories and filter pages, but the rest relies on all y’all. Henceforth, when posting auditions, […]
2014 was a banner year for The Connecticut Callboard, reaching many new visitors and it’s all because of loyal members like you!
The CTCallboard.com website, after a short sabbatical, has returned to the infosphere and is back up to speed. Thanks to all of our loyal readers and members, for your support and kind words. We’re back in action, so feel free to start posting your important events, auditions and shows, once […]
If you are a Connecticut based performer or theatre company, and need a blog or website, then don’t forget about our amazing, FREE service. The Connecticut Callboard is offering WordPressTM based websites ABSOLUTELY FREE to anybody. There are just a few simple requirements: You should be a Connecticut-based performer (actor, vocalist, dancer), author (playwright, screenwriter), […]