Who We Are

Connecticut Heritage Productions has been creating performance art for over three decades in Middletown, CT. We are proud of the work we do – probing, intelligent and touching work. Most of the shows we choose to produce, explore the human condition and excite dialog around a wide range of issues in our culture and time. Our future direction will be building an educational framework for artists, developmental workshops for new plays and experimentation with new, interactive productions.


  • Equus

    Equus

    Connecticut Heritage Productions is proud to present the 1975 Tony Award winning play, “Equus” by Peter Shaffer, at Oddfellows Playhouse in Middletown, CT. This explosive story of a psychiatrist’s personal dilemma, as he attempts to unravel a young man’s violent behavior, has become a timeless classic. The evolution of their relationship draws us into a provocative web of dangerous obsession. Under the direction of Carolyn Kirsch and starring Peter Loffredo (Middletown) and Austin Carnes (Southbury), the stellar cast includes Teresa Langston, Nat Holmes, Susan Susan Smith Thom, Jeff Hush (all of Middletown), Billy Gillen (Glastonbury), Amy Bentley (East Lyme), John…

  • Alive Radio presents Paradise Lodge

    Alive Radio presents Paradise Lodge

    ALIVE RADIO, under “the baobab tree” in Ninth Square downtown New Haven presents PARADISE LODGE : a terrifying comedy, spun off from the entrails of “Psycho” and “The Shining” : an everyday woman takes a leap of fate up an imaginary cliff to write the novel of her dreams. With her everyday husband and mentally-challenging teenage daughter in tow, she tows them off to a desolate mountain hideaway, her altering ego femme fatale by her side. A lunatic proprietor and his shape-shifting spawn turn her idyllic retreat into a nightmare of cosmic proportions! Janet Leigh meets Jack Nicholson. Norman Bates meets Shelley…

  • The Other Woman

    The Other Woman

    On Monday night, November 9, at 7:00PM, Connecticut Heritage Productions, will join theaters, libraries, and colleges nationwide in the simultaneous staged readings of The Other Woman, a full-length, one-act play adapted from five essays appearing in the bestselling anthology The Other Woman: Twenty-one Wives, Lovers, and Others Talk Openly About Sex, Deception, Love, and Betrayal. Co-producers Cynthia Comsky and Victoria Zackheim (anthology editor and playwright) have engaged the participation of artistic directors across the country, including experimental as well as traditional theaters, schools and libraries reflecting the diversity of our population in the United States. Connecticut Heritage Productions will be highlighted in a local/regional/national…

  • Copenhagen

    Copenhagen

    Reader’s Theater together with CHP (Connecticut Heritage Productions) present ‘Copenhagen’ by Michael Frayn. The play is based around an event that occurred in Copenhagen in 1941, a meeting between the physicists Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg. Featuring Peter Loffredo, Eric Heriot and Karen Gagliardi. Directed by Richard Kamins and Anne Cassidy. For more information, contactrichard_b_kamins@snet.net When: Sunday, November 29, 2015 – 4:00pm Where: Heritage Commons, 38 Boston Rd, Middletown, CT.

  • Alive Radio presents Casablanqa

    Alive Radio presents Casablanqa

    ALIVE RADIO, under “the baobab tree” in Ninth Square downtown New Haven presents Casablanqa, a comic spin on the classic chestnut. Intrigue, romance & double­ Dutch. A microcosm of misinformation. A whole world of pre­occupation. Marx Brothers meets Monty Python. France meets Germany. America meets Norway. Morocco meets its’ Hollywood backdrop. Rick meets a blank Czech. Luis meets L’Amour. And Ilsa meets herself on the way in just before she passes out…. And it all takes place under the Baobab Tree, Friday the Eleventh of December at 8:00pm: 71 Orange Street, in beautiful Ninth Square downtown New Haven Suggested donation $10 All proceeds to benefit ongoing productions of ALIVE­ RADIO : this radio…

  • It Can’t Happen Here

    It Can’t Happen Here

    In 1936, Sinclair Lewis adapted his novel into a play under the auspices of the Federal Theatre Project, and theatres across the country opened productions on the same night. On the 80th anniversary of the first theatrical adaptation of Lewis’s novel, and in cooperation with the Sinclair Lewis Estate, Berkeley Rep is organizing a nationwide reading of the new adaptation on Monday, October 24. Theatres, universities, and libraries across the United States have been invited to organize free public readings of the new adaptation by Tony Taccone and Bennett S. Cohen. This nationwide reading was made possible thanks to the…