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Aquila Theatre can’t be tamed

January 30, 2013

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More like A-Kill-A Theatre By Jeremy Levine  editor-in-chief You get really unpleasantly surprised by art only a couple of times in life. Before last week, I can only remember it happening to me once, at the end of Wuthering Heights (apologies to any Brontë fans). On...

Les Misérables – A Review

December 25, 2012

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By Jeremy Levine Editor-in-Chief "So long as there shall exist, by reason of law and custom, a social condemnation, which, in the face of civilization, artificially creates hells on earth, and complicates a destiny that is divine, ...

Clark Bars go nuts!

December 7, 2012

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Show coming up on December 7th By Tessa Browne  Scarlet Staff “The best part of Clark Bars, to me, is getting to know an extremely diverse variety of awesome people who are among the most talented vocalists at Clark, coming together with them and makin...

Croque Madame is still cooking

November 19, 2012

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By Steven Joy, Scarlet Staff It wasn’t until the concert’s intermission that I finally asked someone where the band’s name, “Croque Madame” comes from. The answer completely threw me for a loop: the name refers to a sandwich composed of bread, ham, gruyere cheese, and h...

CMT presents Spring Awakening Clarkies put together a daring production

November 18, 2012

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Jump: Spring Awakening Review By Jeremy Levine opinions editor Spring Awakening is relentless. The end product of a fusion of a 19th century German play and modern rock is a brutally real show about sexuality, love, and identity in society. It does not pretend; it does not sugar-coat. It ...

The Peapod Squad causes a fire hazard

November 5, 2012

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New Peas impress the Little Center By Jeremy Levine  opinions editor Crowds lined up outside the Little Center and down Charlotte Street on Friday and Saturday night in order to snag seats for “Peapod’s Next Top Model”. Excited ...

Cabaret Review

October 25, 2012

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By Ethan Goldstein CCN Corespondent On Friday the 19th, for the third year in a row, Clark Musical Theatre (CMT) presented its annual cabaret, a two-act, 75-minute showcase of the singing talents of its many members. This year, the theme of th...

Lack of diversity Defamation

October 10, 2012

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Controversial play not all it claims to be By Ethan Goldstein Scarlet Staff Race.  Class.  Religion.  These are big issues and hot button topics, and they were proudly put on display this past Friday and Saturday in Todd Lo...

Haiku of the Week

October 7, 2012

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We should celebrate Sit in the sukkah and eat On the green today

John Oliver comes to Clark

September 20, 2012

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by Ethan Goldstein CCN Correspondent Words simply cannot describe how excited I was when I found out that comedian John Oliver would visit Clark.  Aside from Sigmund Freud (and perhaps Jimi Hendrix, pictures of whom adorn Atwood Ha...

Marc on the Menu: Wilson’s BBQ, 1851 Post Road, Fairfield, CT

March 26, 2011

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By Marc Kadushin Scarlet Staff Like many of you, two weeks ago I found myself on the winding road back home. Of course the road to New York leads through the unending labyrinth of highways more commonly known as Connecticut....

The Registry – 264 Park Ave.

November 22, 2010

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By Marc Kadushin Scarlet Staff The restaurant business can be rather volatile. There are always new eateries opening while others go under. Restaurants that seem like they should be shut down can persist for years, and seemingly...

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