Noah Golden has been a theater critic with OnStage Blog since 2015. He joined the Connecticut Critics Circle in 2019. He currently covers theaters in New Haven and along the CT shoreline, such as Yale Rep, Long Wharf, Goodspeed and Ivoryton. Along with reviews, Noah has written opinion columns and conducted interviews with artists like Len Cariou, Michael Feinstein, Dane Laffrey, Lauren Molina, Edward Pierce, Ilana Levine and Constantine Maroulis.
A graduate of Quinnipiac University, Noah has been involved in theater for most of his life. Favorite on-stage roles include William Barfee (“25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”), Sancho Panza (“Man of La Mancha”) and Chas (“The Trestle At Pope Lick Creek”). He has also directed (The Orange Players’ New Play Festival), assistant directed (“Sister Act,” “The Addams Family”) and played drums in the pit for multiple musicals. In 2016, Noah co-wrote an adaptation of “The Pirates of Penzance” for A Shared Stage Productions, which ran at The Kate.
When not seeing or writing about theater, Noah is a video producer for Yale School of Medicine. He feels honored to join the CCC and privileged for getting to witness and share his opinions on a subject he is so passionate about.