Info from the Connecticut tourism bureau (kudos to them for providing the attached photo): "The exhibit consists of a selection of costumes, props and scenic elements from Hartford Stage's extensive collection. A hallmark of the theater's work is the quality of the work that appears on stage, all of which is built in Hartford. Scores of locally-based artists, craftspeople, and technicians created these pieces to animate the visions of some of the world's most prominent theatrical designers." Remaining dates and locations for the tour, which started in September 2013:
Until June 10, 2014: Connecticut State Capitol, Hartford.
June 10-July 23, 2014: William Benton Museum of Art at UConn, Storrs.
Addendum on May 22: Chuck MacNaughton, Digital Media Manager at Hartford Stage, sent the following. I had a little trouble loading the microsite, but once it came up, I found it well worth exploring. Thanks, Chuck!
"I read your recent post. We do appreciate your noticing and recognizing both our traveling Stagecraft event and our 50th Anniversary. We would like to point out, however, that we we have featured our anniversary prominently with a dedicated microsite, which is featured in the main panel on our home page at http://www.hartfordstage.org/. It is also featured on our Facebook page "about" block at https://www.facebook.com/hartfordstage. In case you still have trouble locating the Anniversary microsite you can go directly to it at http://50.hartfordstage.com/. While the heaviest promotion of the microsite was in November, marking the official public launch of our anniversary season, both the panel on our home page and the link on Facebook have been present since September 2013."