Bonnie Goldberg, The Middletown Press

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Past articles by Bonnie:

Review: 'Agnes of God,' stirring theatrical puzzle at Square One in Stratford

The drama centers on Mother Superior, who learns about a new nun who claims her baby was conceived by immaculate conception. → Read More

Review: Connecticut Rep Theatre focuses on women's rights in an engrossing 'Roe'

The University of Connecticut production tells the story of how abortion rights and women’s choice have impacted the nation. → Read More

Theater review: Musical 'Hadestown' explores Greek underworld at Bushnell March 7-12

The Greek god Hermes narrates this Tony Award-winning musical about star-crossed lovers. → Read More

Theater review: Supersonic 'Rock of Ages' explodes at ACT in Ridgefield

This totally different "Rock of Ages" is set in Los Angeles' Sunset Strip, in 1987, and... → Read More

Review: Branford's Legacy Theatre presents Broadway in Sunday concert series

This continuing parade of musical favorites will complete your winter and usher in the beauties of spring. → Read More

Review: 'Queen of Basel' at Theater Works Hartford a powerful, explosive show

With hints of Swedish playwright Strindberg's 'Miss Julie,' the performance features a new view of Julie set in modern-day Miami with Latinx actors. → Read More

Review: Palace Theater brings to life Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin in Waterbury

'R.E.S.P.E.C.T' audiences can experience the electrifying songs that made her great. → Read More

Review: Hartford Bushnell's rendition of role Hoffman made famous in 'Tootsie' serves up laughs galore

Witness how an actor manipulates fate to achieve what he wants, even if he has to play a woman to make it happen. → Read More

Review: 'I Hate Hamlet' a dueling comedy at Music Theatre of CT in Norwalk

A successful TV star moves to New York City on a whim, and settles into an apartment previously owned by John Barrymore. → Read More

Theater review: 'Indecent,' moving story of little Jewish play that inspired change

Playhouse on Park in West Hartford will be staging the production that is transfused with light and joy. → Read More

Theater review: 'Espejos: Clean' opening new vistas at Hartford Stage until Feb. 5

The performance is an intriguing play of complicating situations told in both English and Spanish. → Read More

Review: Heartfelt 'Spelling Bee' scores A+ at Seven Angels in Waterbury

This Tony Award-winning musical comedy has a heart bigger than the entire gymnasium. → Read More

Theater review: Whole family can enjoy 'My Fair Lady' at The Palace in Waterbury

This musical is an acclaimed production from Lincoln Center Theater’s rendition of Lerner & Loewe’s classic romantic tale. → Read More

Review: Merry mayhem abounds in ghostly 'Blight Spirit' at The Kate in Old Saybrook

The Saybrook Stage Co. invites audiences to discover the world of the occult, believers and non-believers alike. → Read More

Review: 'Six' is sexy musical sextet at the Bushnell Center in Hartford

The primary claim to fame for the infamous Henry the VIII, King of England, were his six colorful and contentious marriages, and the outlandish results of those alliances. → Read More

Review: Count down to new year Dec. 31 at Seven Angels in comedic fashion

Don't pass up a free glass of champagne at the Waterbury show with funny men Richie Byrne, Jim Mendrinos, Mark Riccadonna and Kevin Bartini. → Read More

Theater review: Shubert, Bushnell theaters reimagine 'The Nutcracker' in hip-hop

Be prepared to be wildly entertained as Tchaikovsky’s classic tale becomes a contemporary dance spectacular with all-star dancers. → Read More

Theater review: You're invited to Goodspeed Opera House to spend 'Christmas in Connecticut'

Come let Liz Lane, who is a big fan of Eleanor Roosevelt, pull out all the holiday stops in her charming efforts to play Tomorrow’s Woman today. → Read More


The almost 6700 passengers on the planes, the pilots and the people of Gander had no idea what was happening. Without warning or preparation, the good citizens of the small town rushed to open their homes and hearts to those strangers, providing baby formula, dog food, pillows and blankets, casseroles, a place to sleep and comfort before the tragedy was even revealed. Run to the Bushnell Center… → Read More

Connecticut Gay Men's Chorus to celebrate holidays in four-part harmony at the Kate

These singers will don their red Santa suits and fill the hall with your favorite Christmas melodies. → Read More