The Invisible Man:  A Live Radio Theatre Event

The Invisible Man: A Live Radio Theatre Event

Mark Twain House and Museum (map)

Capital Classics brings radio-theatre performances of “The Invisible Man” to The Mark Twain House & Museum in Hartford this Halloween week.

Just as in the days of the golden age of radio, Capital Classics company members use live sound effects, music and their storytelling vocal skills to tell the tale of a brilliant — but mad — scientist, who discovers how to make himself invisible…and use his power for nefarious purposes, including murder. Performances of this original adaptation of “The Invisible Man” will also include a radio theater-style reading of another scary tale to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Performances are held on Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, October 27 at 2:00 p.m. at the Lincoln Theater at The Mark Twain House & Museum, 351 Farmington Avenue in Hartford. Audience members of all ages are welcome for a scary good time.


To reserve tickets, call (860) 280-3130 or order online here.

The Invisible Man:  A Live Radio Theatre Event

The Invisible Man: A Live Radio Theatre Event

Mark Twain House and Museum (map)

Capital Classics brings radio-theatre performances of “The Invisible Man” to The Mark Twain House & Museum in Hartford this Halloween week.

Just as in the days of the golden age of radio, Capital Classics company members use live sound effects, music and their storytelling vocal skills to tell the tale of a brilliant — but mad — scientist, who discovers how to make himself invisible…and use his power for nefarious purposes, including murder. Performances of this original adaptation of “The Invisible Man” will also include a radio theater-style reading of another scary tale to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Performances are held on Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, October 27 at 2:00 p.m. at the Lincoln Theater at The Mark Twain House & Museum, 351 Farmington Avenue in Hartford. Audience members of all ages are welcome for a scary good time.


To reserve tickets, call (860) 280-3130 or order online here.

The Invisible Man:  A Live Radio Theatre Event

The Invisible Man: A Live Radio Theatre Event

Mark Twain House and Museum (map)

Capital Classics brings radio-theatre performances of “The Invisible Man” to The Mark Twain House & Museum in Hartford this Halloween week.

Just as in the days of the golden age of radio, Capital Classics company members use live sound effects, music and their storytelling vocal skills to tell the tale of a brilliant — but mad — scientist, who discovers how to make himself invisible…and use his power for nefarious purposes, including murder. Performances of this original adaptation of “The Invisible Man” will also include a radio theater-style reading of another scary tale to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Performances are held on Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, October 27 at 2:00 p.m. at the Lincoln Theater at The Mark Twain House & Museum, 351 Farmington Avenue in Hartford. Audience members of all ages are welcome for a scary good time.


To reserve tickets, call (860) 280-3130 or order online here.

Antony and Cleopatra - Book Club Discussion

Antony and Cleopatra - Book Club Discussion

West Hartford Public Library (map)

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The theme of our sixth season of the Shakespeare Book Club is "Ponder & Perform." The focus of this session will be Shakespeare’s “Antony and Cleopatra”. Each session will begin with a group discussion, followed by readings by Book Club participants from that month’s Shakespeare’s play .The discussions will focus on literary elements, such as story, theme, and character, as well as theatrical staging ideas inspired by the texts.

The Shakespeare Book Club will gather in the Noah Webster Library Meeting Room, 20 South Main Street, West Hartford, at 7:00pm.  The Library will also be showing a filmed version of each play at 3:00 pm, and you can bring your own covered beverage and (quiet) snack to enjoy.

No registration is needed to attend. The Shakespeare Book Club is open to any and all who have read or seen the entire play, and wish to discuss it.

Your Isham Garage parking garage ticket can be validated at the Information Desk on the Main Level of the library.

More information is available here.

All's Well That Ends Well - Book Club Discussion

All's Well That Ends Well - Book Club Discussion

West Hartford Public Library (map)

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The theme of our sixth season of the Shakespeare Book Club is "Ponder & Perform." The focus of this session will be Shakespeare’s “All’s Well That Ends Well”. Each session will begin with a group discussion, followed by readings by Book Club participants from that month’s Shakespeare’s play .The discussions will focus on literary elements, such as story, theme, and character, as well as theatrical staging ideas inspired by the texts.

The Shakespeare Book Club will gather in the Noah Webster Library Meeting Room, 20 South Main Street, West Hartford, at 7:00pm.  The Library will also be showing a filmed version of each play at 3:00 pm, and you can bring your own covered beverage and (quiet) snack to enjoy.

No registration is needed to attend. The Shakespeare Book Club is open to any and all who have read or seen the entire play, and wish to discuss it.

Your Isham Garage parking garage ticket can be validated at the Information Desk on the Main Level of the library.

More information is available here.

Timon of Athens - Book Club Discussion

Timon of Athens - Book Club Discussion

West Hartford Public Library (map)

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The theme of our sixth season of the Shakespeare Book Club is "Ponder & Perform." The focus of this session will be Shakespeare’s “Timon of Athens”. Each session will begin with a group discussion, followed by readings by Book Club participants from that month’s Shakespeare’s play .The discussions will focus on literary elements, such as story, theme, and character, as well as theatrical staging ideas inspired by the texts.

The Shakespeare Book Club will gather in the Noah Webster Library Meeting Room, 20 South Main Street, West Hartford, at 7:00pm.  The Library will also be showing a filmed version of each play at 3:00 pm, and you can bring your own covered beverage and (quiet) snack to enjoy.

No registration is needed to attend. The Shakespeare Book Club is open to any and all who have read or seen the entire play, and wish to discuss it.

Your Isham Garage parking garage ticket can be validated at the Information Desk on the Main Level of the library.

More information is available here.

The Winter's Tale - Book Club Discussion

The Winter's Tale - Book Club Discussion

West Hartford Public Library (map)

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The theme of our sixth season of the Shakespeare Book Club is "Ponder & Perform." The focus of this session will be Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale”. Each session will begin with a group discussion, followed by readings by Book Club participants from that month’s Shakespeare’s play .The discussions will focus on literary elements, such as story, theme, and character, as well as theatrical staging ideas inspired by the texts.

The Shakespeare Book Club will gather in the Noah Webster Library Meeting Room, 20 South Main Street, West Hartford, at 7:00pm.  The Library will also be showing a filmed version of each play at 3:00 pm, and you can bring your own covered beverage and (quiet) snack to enjoy.

No registration is needed to attend. The Shakespeare Book Club is open to any and all who have read or seen the entire play, and wish to discuss it.

Your Isham Garage parking garage ticket can be validated at the Information Desk on the Main Level of the library.

More information is available here.

Henry VIII - Book Club Discussion

Henry VIII - Book Club Discussion

West Hartford Public Library (map)

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The theme of our sixth season of the Shakespeare Book Club is "Ponder & Perform." The focus of this session will be Shakespeare’s “Henry VIII”. Each session will begin with a group discussion, followed by readings by Book Club participants from that month’s Shakespeare’s play .The discussions will focus on literary elements, such as story, theme, and character, as well as theatrical staging ideas inspired by the texts.

The Shakespeare Book Club will gather in the Noah Webster Library Meeting Room, 20 South Main Street, West Hartford, at 7:00pm.  The Library will also be showing a filmed version of each play at 3:00 pm, and you can bring your own covered beverage and (quiet) snack to enjoy.

No registration is needed to attend. The Shakespeare Book Club is open to any and all who have read or seen the entire play, and wish to discuss it.

Your Isham Garage parking garage ticket can be validated at the Information Desk on the Main Level of the library.

More information is available here.

Coriolanus - Book Club Discussion

Coriolanus - Book Club Discussion

West Hartford Public Library (map)

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The theme of our sixth season of the Shakespeare Book Club is "Ponder & Perform." The focus of this session will be Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus”. Each session will begin with a group discussion, followed by readings by Book Club participants from that month’s Shakespeare’s play .The discussions will focus on literary elements, such as story, theme, and character, as well as theatrical staging ideas inspired by the texts.

The Shakespeare Book Club will gather in the Noah Webster Library Meeting Room, 20 South Main Street, West Hartford, at 7:00pm.  The Library will also be showing a filmed version of each play at 3:00 pm, and you can bring your own covered beverage and (quiet) snack to enjoy.

No registration is needed to attend. The Shakespeare Book Club is open to any and all who have read or seen the entire play, and wish to discuss it.

Your Isham Garage parking garage ticket can be validated at the Information Desk on the Main Level of the library.

More information is available here.

The Two Noble Kinsmen - Book Club Discussion

The Two Noble Kinsmen - Book Club Discussion

West Hartford Public Library (map)

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The theme of our sixth season of the Shakespeare Book Club is "Ponder & Perform." The focus of this session will be Shakespeare’s “The Two Noble Kinsmen”. Each session will begin with a group discussion, followed by readings by Book Club participants from that month’s Shakespeare’s play .The discussions will focus on literary elements, such as story, theme, and character, as well as theatrical staging ideas inspired by the texts.

The Shakespeare Book Club will gather in the Noah Webster Library Meeting Room, 20 South Main Street, West Hartford, at 7:00pm.  The Library will also be showing a filmed version of each play at 3:00 pm, and you can bring your own covered beverage and (quiet) snack to enjoy.

No registration is needed to attend. The Shakespeare Book Club is open to any and all who have read or seen the entire play, and wish to discuss it.

Your Isham Garage parking garage ticket can be validated at the Information Desk on the Main Level of the library.

More information is available here.

Play Selection for the 2020 Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival  - Book Club Discussion

Play Selection for the 2020 Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festival - Book Club Discussion

West Hartford Public Library (map)

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The theme of our sixth season of the Shakespeare Book Club is "Ponder & Perform." The focus of this session will be announced once our feature play of the 2020 Greater Hartford Shakespeare Festval has been confirmed. Each session will begin with a group discussion, followed by readings by Book Club participants from that month’s Shakespeare’s play .The discussions will focus on literary elements, such as story, theme, and character, as well as theatrical staging ideas inspired by the texts.

The Shakespeare Book Club will gather in the Noah Webster Library Meeting Room, 20 South Main Street, West Hartford, at 7:00pm.  The Library will also be showing a filmed version of each play at 3:00 pm, and you can bring your own covered beverage and (quiet) snack to enjoy.

No registration is needed to attend. The Shakespeare Book Club is open to any and all who have read or seen the entire play, and wish to discuss it.

Your Isham Garage parking garage ticket can be validated at the Information Desk on the Main Level of the library.

More information is available here.