Time Out says
Posted: Mon Sep 20 2010
This theater looks like what it once was: a 19th-century school auditorium. Painted a lovely Russian blue and still echoing slightly with teenagers past, the 99-seat Connelly has a pretty proscenium and pressed-tin ceiling—a surprising jewel box well off the beaten track. Productions that have made a stir include Anne Washburn’s ghost-infested Apparition and Lucy Thurber’s Monstrosity, which made full use of the balcony and the seemingly limitless space.
Connelly Theater 220 E 4th St
What's on at Connelly Theater
Gay & lesbian, Revival, Experimental theater, Comedy, Musicals
- Critics' pick
The demented alter ego of John Epperson, Lypsinka raises lip service to a dance form in rigorous collages of songs and words, mouthing along to clips drawn from collective camp memory. Her first show in nine years is a triptych, in rep, of The Boxed Set...