Virtual Thursday—each Thursday at 7:30pm

Virtual theatre experiences will be offered every Thursday at 7:30p.m. beginning April 23 and continuing until we can be together again. Included will be pre-recorded performances, live staged readings, and Studio B open studios where we invite anyone interested to perform with us. We’re also working on a Curbside Cabaret event—stay tuned!

This week: Monologue Night

featuring Jeffrey Rossman, Andrew Okell, Marika Kuzma, Bob Lussier, Lou Okell, and Kevin Sosbe

Performance begins at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 28—video will appear below:

NEXT WEEK: Thurs. June 4—Studio B Drag Time
Kings, Queens, Princes, Princesses, and other performers welcome! This is an open stage, judgement-free event—all are welcome regardless of experience. Send a video clip to BrookfieldTheatreCT@gmail.com by May 31 to be included.



  • Thurs., 6/11—Livestream staged reading of “Straight Men Can't Dance” by Craig David Rosen—watch for more details!
  • Thurs. 6/18—Livestream Studio B—Party Night—Show us your favorite song or dance—Pre-recorded or live—your choice. Sign up by 6/14
  • Thurs. 6/25—Livestream staged reading of “Hester” by Morgana Kate Watson
  • Thurs. 7/2—Larry Stewart Day—Happy Birthday Larry!
  • Thurs. 7/9—Livestream Studio B—Miscast—ever want to do the song or monologue for a character that you would likely never be cast as? Now's your chance! Sign up or send a recorded clip by 7/5
  • Thurs. 7/16—Party Night!
  • Thurs. 7/23—“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” directed by Jane Farnol
  • Thurs. 7/30—Livestream staged reading of “Connections” by Jared Reynolds

More ideas and projects are in the works including a possible “Curbside Cabaret”! Please watch for emails or Facebook announcements as these projects get developed.


Please consider donating to Brookfield Theatre to help continue our mission of making the arts accessible to everyone in our region.


Brookfield Theatre 2020 Season

Announcing: 2020 Subscriptions

Note: Due to the current pandemic, Brookfield Theatre will remain closed for the time being. Please stay home & stay safe! Our actors, directors, and creative team members are at home rehearsing and working on bringing you the best in community live entertainment—as soon as it’s safe to do so. Best wishes from the Brookfield Theatre family.

Bare—A Pop Opera

July 2016

Suite Surrender

November 2018

A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant & A Prayer

February 2017

Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party

September 2018


Voted OnStage best play of 2017

Fresh Baked Musicals

August 2018 new music event

Damn Yankees

July 2017

Noises Off!

November 2017

The Lion In Winter

March 2018

Brookfield Theatre for the Arts

an all volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization

Brookfield Theatre is dedicated to providing quality live performances and educational opportunities to the Brookfield region. Our regular season consists of five community theater shows chosen to provide a meaningful and entertaining experience that will appeal to a wide ranging audience. Additional workshops and special events are added throughout the year to provide more diverse offerings and creative opportunities. Included is our Spotlight Program, a free learning experience for young performers - by appointment. Along with live performances, Brookfield Theatre offers a gallery space for area artists to show their work and provide more depth to the cultural experience of theater-goers.

Special thanks to house photographer Stephen Cihanek.