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Cuomo apologizes, but says he won’t resign after harassment allegations

Amid calls for him to resign following allegations from three women of sexual harassment, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo this afternoon told a news conference...

No fading to black: Nonprofit film centers in Westchester pivot to...

Although three nonprofit film centers in Westchester have had to close their doors to the public during the COVID-19 economic shutdown, they're still operating...

Brookfield Theatre for the Arts brings edgy vibe to audience

The theater's 2019 season ran the gamut from "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" to "Macbeth."

Bill Harris appointed director of Sacred Heart University Community Theater

The theater is set to reopen next year as a mixed-use performing arts venue and office space.

Bridgeport’s Bijou Theatre cranks up the volume with a retro vibe

“The bands that come here rave about this place,” Bijou's Gary Peterson said. “They love the sound of the room, they love the configuration and the uniqueness."

Fairfield’s Trevi Lounge waves the rainbow flag with pride

Owner and operator Katie Capozziello remarked that some of the participants in the venue's karaoke nights "should be on 'American Idol.'"

Jim Breuer to headline Bridgeport comedy club’s opening

Vinnie Brand's Stress Factory Comedy Club, the newest addition to downtown Bridgeport’s entertainment scene, has announced that comedian Jim Breuer will be the headliner act for its May 3 opening.

Preview offered of design for Harbor Yard Amphitheater

The first glimpse of the planned design for Bridgeport’s new Harbor Yard Amphitheater was unveiled, with the project’s organizers insisting they were on target for an opening in spring 2019.

At 90, Stamford’s Palace Theatre still packs the house

The legendary rock band Chicago sold out the 1,590-seat theater in late September, while this month will see such diverse offerings as stand-up comic Lewis Black and Food Network personality Alton Brown.

Developer offers backstory on Bridgeport’s Bijou Square

Developer Phil Kuchma offers the back stories on the changes at the Bridgeport destination.

Massage therapist extends reach to people’s funny bones

Bridgeport-based Lynn Mosher pursues proprietary massage therapy and stand-up comedy.

That’s showbiz

A family familiar with the stage has given the crowd what it wants for 50 years

Chelsea Piers sees gold on Connecticut coast

On Tuesday evening, June 19, Chelsea Piers Connecticut scheduled a job fair as it continues to sort through its roster for everything from a...

Excessive editing limits film tax credit

After excessive legislative editing, interest is waning among moviemakers for Connecticut’s film tax credit.

Pulling back the curtain

The Connecticut Film Center will premiere Confidence Game by local producer Nick Verbitsky.