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February 24 – March 20, 2022
April 7 – May 1, 2022
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June 23-26, 2021
Hartford Stage is excited to announce the launch of the inaugural American Voices New Play Festival. The virtual festival will feature three new American plays by writers with Latinx and Hispanic roots — Ash Tree by Georgina Escobar, Her Math Play by Christina Pumariega, and Simona’s Search by Martín Zimmerman. The American Voices New Play Festival is free with a suggested donation to Hartford Stage’s Raise the Curtain campaign. Learn more...
May 22 (Free!)
Marty by K. Alexa Mavromatis
Sponsored by Hartford Stage
Directed by Zoë Golub-Sass
Featuring Ted Hewlett and Adrianne Krstansky
A COVID-time trip to the grocery store brings adventure, reflection, frustration, discovery…and something else. Is it despair?
Watch on May 22
Hartford Public Library and Hartford Stage invite the community to a new book club, called “Deep Appreciation,” a heart-led gathering featuring live readings, interactive dialogue and reflections on fiction and poetry by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) authors, past and present. Learn More & Register...
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A 6-week program that will give you the opportunity to speak your mind about the change you would like to see in your neighborhood, community and world.
A teen-led advisory board for high school students passionate about theatre and arts leadership
A six-week long summer apprenticeship that culminates in the performance of a classic Shakespearean play with a modern hip-hop twist.
Write On is our Annual Young Playwrights' Competition and includes workshops with a professional playwright.
Student Performance Series, pre- and post-show workshops, InterAct.
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Collaboration with schools through an Interdistrict Partnership.
Classroom content taught through theatre.
Full production, process-based presentation, skill building classes, master classes.
Workshops designed to engage and empower through arts- integrated learning techniques.
Job opportunities, upcoming events, and more for local teaching artists.
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The crowdfunding campaign will run Monday, April 8, through Friday, April 26. We’ve received a $10,000 matching corporate gift to help reach our ambitious goal. Your gift of any size can help bring this important program back to our community!
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Thank you for supporting the Raise the Curtain Gala!
There is still time to make a donation to our on-going Raise the Curtain campaign. Thanks to a small group of generous donors, all donations will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $1,000,000! Donate »
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Hartford Stage actively engages in partnerships to enrich and strengthen the connection that our community has with the work we produce on stage.
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A full chronology of all work performed at Hartford Stage since our founding in 1964.
Hartford Stage has a long-standing commitment to developing new plays.
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