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New Haven Theater Company 839 Chapel St. New Haven. New Haven Theater Company is a revolutionary collective bringing the power and excitement of live performance to the New Haven community. Compelling accessible and low-cost performances in non-traditional venues. Pantochino Productions Inc. 40 Railroad Ave. S. Milford. Connecticuts ridiculously entertaining not-for-prot theatre company for family audiences. 203-937-6206 Summer Cabaret at Yale 217 Park St. New Haven. Summer Cabaret presents a season of fresh invigorating plays featuring the best of the next generation of theatre artists. Enjoy ne dining drinks and an evening of unforgettable entertainment. 203-432-1567 Whitney Players 26 West Helen St. Hamden. Hamdens community theater produces a major musical production each summer. 203-281-6007 Yale Cabaret 217 Park St. New Haven. A theatre run by graduate students of Yale School of Drama with a different show every weekend. It has been a hotbed of theatrical experimentation since 1968. Hours vary seasonally. 203-432-1566 Yale Repertory Theatre 1120 Chapel St. New Haven. Yale Rep is a leading professional American theatre dedicated to the production of new plays and bold interpretations of classics that make immediate connections to contemporary audiences since 1966. 203-432-1234 ARTS CINEMA Cine 1 2 3 4 371 Middletown Ave. New Haven. 203-776-5546 Cinemark Connecticut Post 14 1201 Boston Post Rd. Milford. 203-783-1404 North Haven and XD 550 Universal Dr. North Haven. 203-234-8100 Criterion Cinemas 86 Temple St. New Haven. New Havens luxurious rst run theater dedicated to bringing the nest in motion picture entertainment. Criterion Caf features wine beer and fresh ground coffee. 203-498-2500 Holiday Cinemas Stadium 14 970 North Colony Rd. Wallingford. 203-265-6911 Madison Art Cinemas 761 Boston Post Rd. Madison. Movie theater with an artistic air in the center of town. 203-245-3456 Regal Cinemas Branford Stadium 12 325 East Main St. Branford. Features new releases. Open daily including holidays. 844-462-7342 ext. 440 ARTS MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES Art Architecture Gallery 180 York St. New Haven. Paul Rudolphs building houses the Yale School of Architecture. During the school year the school presents lectures and symposia and in its gallery exhibitions illuminating various aspects of the history and practice of architecture including an annual exhibition of student work. The public is welcome at all events. 203-432-2288 Artspace 50 Orange St. New Haven. Artspace is a visionary and dynamic non-prot exhibition space in downtown New Haven supporting emerging artists and building new audiences for contemporary visual arts. Wednesday Thursday noon-6 p.m. Friday Saturday noon-8 p.m. 203-772-2709 Branford Art Center Gallery 1229 Main St. Branford. Branford Art Center Gallery hosts over 20 artists and artisans displaying representational and contemporary ne art and exquisite jewelry and pottery. Wednesday-Sunday 11 a.m. 5p.m. 860-334- 4642 Beinecke Rare Book Manuscript Library 121 Wall St. New Haven. The Beinecke Library will be closed for renovation from May 2015-September 2016. Updated information will be available on the librarys website. 203-432-2977 City Gallery 994 State St. New Haven. Member- operated co-operative gallery exhibition and sale of contemporary art. Thursday-Sunday noon-4 p.m. 203-782-2489 DaSilva Gallery. Contemporary art gallery exhibiting most exciting works of established and emerging artists from around the corner and the world. 897 Whalley Ave. New Haven. 203-387-2539 2496 Boston Post Rd. Guilford. Wednesday- Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday noon-5 p.m. 203-533-5812 Firehouse Art Gallery 81 Naugatuck Ave. Milford. The former Walnut Beach Fire Company 3 features high quality arts and crafts and complements its showings with a variety of special events. Free. Friday-Sunday noon-4 p.m. 203-306-0016 Fred Giampietro Gallery 1064 Chapel St. New Haven. Fred Giampietro showcases exceptional examples of Emerging Contemporary Fine Art and Folk Art from the 19th century through the present. The gallery presents several shows annually. Monday-Saturday 11 a.m.-6 p.m. 203-777-7760 Gallery 53 53 Colony St. Meriden. A non-prot organization dedicated to the cultural enrichment of the community. Founded in 1907 it is one of the oldest visual arts organizations in the state of Connecticut. Tuesday-Friday noon-4 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 203-235-5347 Greene Art Gallery 29 Whiteld St. Guilford. The gallery has represented hundreds of professional artists since 1977 and has held over two hundred openings for artists work. Wednesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday noon-4 p.m. 203-453-4162 Guilford Art Center 411 Church St. Guilford. Non- prot school shop and gallery. Classes in ceramics metalsmithing weaving painting and more. Gallery presents juried and invitational exhibits. Shop features handmade American crafts. Tuition charged per class entry to gallery and shop is free. 203-453- 5947 Irelands Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University 3011 Whitney Ave. Hamden. Irelands Great Hunger Museum offers an uninching study of the Irish Famine 1845-52 that both commemorates and educates. Free. Wednesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday 1-5 p.m. 203-582- 6500 Kehler Liddell Gallery 873 Whalley Ave. New Haven. Kehler Liddell Gallery represents 24 mid-career and emerging painters sculptors and photographers from the region. Shows rotate every 5 weeks and kick off with an opening reception and artist talk see website for schedule. Thursday Friday 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday Sunday 10 a.m.4 p.m. 203-389-9555 Knights of Columbus Museum 1 State St. New Haven. Nonprot institution serving the educational interests of the general public through world-class exhibitions of art and history. Renowned for its annual Christmas crche show. Free admission and parking. Open daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 203-865-0400 Mark Twain House Museum 351 Farmington Ave. Hartford. Victorian mansion where author lived from 1874 to 1891 when he created Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. Museum Center features galleries lm store and caf. 860-247-0998 marktwainhouse. org Martha Link Walsh Gallery 188 North Main St. Branford. Where everything you see is a work of paper a work of imagination a work of art. Select from original artwork framed prints custom stationery and a unique selection of gifts. Wednesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday noon- 5 p.m. 203-481-3505 Project Storefronts locations vary New Haven. Committed to assisting artists and their works to become viable business enterprises. See website for current hours and events. 203-946-7976 Public Art at Yale New Haven. The statue of Revolutionary War hero Nathan Hale and Maya Lins The Womens Table are but two of the many treasures visible around the campus. Take a self- guided tour by downloading a guide from publicart Reynolds Fine Arts 96 Orange St. New Haven. Reynolds Fine Art promotes contemporary art by emerging and established artists through exhibitions art consulting services outreach and related events. Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. 203-498-2200 ARTS CALL 1-800-332-STAY 13 Yale University Art Gallery Elizabeth Felicella