Long Wharf Theatre

Located in New Haven, Connecticut, the Long Wharf Theatre is a Tony Award-winning regional theatre world-renown for its innovative re-examinations of classic plays and musicals and the creation of dynamic new works. The Long Wharf, originally built in a vacant warehouse space, is now nationally recognized as one of the top regional theatres, with over 30 of its productions moving to on and off Broadway performances.

The Shubert Theatre

Located in New Haven Connecticut, the historic Shubert Theater is a not-for profit arts, education, and community institution serving the people of Connecticut. Known as the “Birthplace of the Nation’s Greatest Hits,” the Shubert is the theater where many of the world’s acting greats such as Humphrey Bogart, Katharine Hepburn, and Gene Kelly received their first professional acclaim. Today the Shubert is the center of a bustling downtown neighborhood surrounded by alluring restaurants, cafes, shops and museums.

Goodspeed Opera House

Located in East Haddam on the Connecticut River, the Goodspeed Opera House is one of Connecticut’s historical gems. This impressive Victorian-style house built in 1876 produces three musicals between April and December, and is continuously developing new works. Nineteen of its productions have made it to Broadway and received over a dozen Tony Awards. Make the most of your visit by going for an Opera tour before the show and enjoying an evening picnic on the green. Also, consider a weekend getaway visiting suggested local attractions, like Gillette’s Castel and the Essex Steam Train and Riverboat.

Ivoryton Playhouse

Often referred to as “a little known jewel on the Connecticut shoreline”, the Ivoryton Playhouse is a unique theatre with small town charm and a fascinating history. Built in 1911, the Ivoryton Playhouse has been a summer home to some of the greatest names in the history of American stage including Katharine Hepburn, Marlon Brando, Helen Hayes and Tallulah Bankhead. Today, the playhouse produces seven professional shows annually, drawing audiences from New York and New Jersey to Massachusetts.