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  • Torrington to get a new twist on some old classics

    A local venue will be offering Torrington theater goers a relatively new musical based on some old classics.

  • Italian opera to be simulcast at Warner

    The Italian opera Il Trovatore by Giuseppe Verdi will be presented at the Met next month, and Warner Theater will be showing it via simulcast. This will allow locals to listen and watch it in a large-screen professional theater setting.

  • Open auditions to be held for youth choirs

    Torrington families are invited to attend free local auditions for young people interested in joining Chorus Angelicus, which is a series of local youth choirs.

  • Center to hold a family-oriented theater arts event

    In a few weeks, the Warner Theatre Center for Arts Education will be hosting a Family Arts Day. The event will be free and guests can get $10 discounts on fall classes.

  • Citys July 4 celebrations to get underway a week late

    This years Torringtons Independence Day Celebration Celebrating America is just around the corner.

  • Warner to present musical treat for youngsters

    Music lovers old and young alike in Torrington are in for a treat, as the Warner Theater will be presenting The Sunshine Road Show later this month

  • City considers proposal for leisure venue

    According to the Register Citizen, members present at the April 6 city council meeting were bandying around the idea of having a disc golf course built at Alvord Park in Torrington.

  • Entertainers to show off their talent

    Librarians, educational activities coordinators, nursing homes, camp activities directors, and anyone else interested in performance coordination will not want to miss the upcoming 2015 Performers Showcase.

  • Play to examine the behavior of genders

    Torrington couples, whether husband or wife, guy or girlfriend, or just man or woman, are likely to be interested in the critically acclaimed play Defending the Caveman, which will be coming early next month.

  • Theater to present whodunit comedy and drama

    Torrington mystery lovers and live theater buffs will not want to miss their last chance to attend the Warner Stage Companys performance of The 39 Steps a two-time Tony award winning play.