Arts & Culture


  • Randy Rainbow Returns to Ridgefield

    By Dawn Ennis   He’s back, bitches! Political satirist and YouTube personality Randy Rainbow returns to Connecticut June 13 and 14 at the landmark Ridgefield Playhouse, entertaining audiences with live musical parodies and classic clips of his viral videos. Although he’s a familiar face to millions who watch him online, Rainbow,...

    May 27, 2019 / Arts & Culture
  • Writing His Next Act

    Playwright Jeremy O. Harris looms large as he talks about the past – and the future   By FRANK RIZZO   At six-foot-five, sporting a towering Afro and wearing a mustard yellow Acne Studios denim outfit and black Doc Martens, Jeremy O. Harris could stop traffic – or at least act as a warning...

    May 27, 2019 / Arts & Culture
  • Out Film CT’s annual festival returns to Hartford

    By Cara Rosner One of Connecticut’s largest annual LGBTQ events will soon return, as the Out Film CT festival once again brings the latest films – and thousands of viewers – to the capital city. This year’s festival will take place from May 31 to June 8 at sites including...

    May 20, 2019 / Arts & Culture
  • Raising the Curtain

    LGBTQ students find theater a welcoming home where they can truly be themselves By Jane Latus Who says theater attracts people who crave attention? For LGBTQ kids, it turns out, theater’s lure is that it’s a place where they can be themselves – or, briefly, escape. “I cut my hair...

    February 21, 2019 / Arts & Culture