The Connecticut Historical Society brings Katharine Hepburn's personal costume collection back to her home state, featuring more than 40 costumes from her films and stage productions. The collection includes her signature tailored trousers and linen jackets, vintage posters, playbills, photos and more. (Pictured here is the publicity shot from MGM's 1940 "Philiadelphia Story.") The exhibit was organized by the Kent State University Museum, and includes local stories about Hepburn's family and her life in Connecticut. "Kate Hepburn: Dressed For Stage And Screen" runs April 11 to Sept. 13 at One Elizabeth St., Hartford. Admission; $8, $6 seniors, $4 students and youth 6 to 17. Free to CHS members. Information: www.chs.org and 860-236-5621.
Kent State University Museum
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