Archive for 'Theater'

“Legal Immigrant” Alan Cumming Brings His Cabaret to State Theatre New Jersey

“Legal Immigrant” Alan Cumming Brings His Cabaret to State Theatre New Jersey

September 25, 2018—Culture Vultures recently spoke to Alan Cumming about his eclectic new show, "Legal Immigrant," learning dance moves from The Spice Girls and where he keeps his Tony award. [...]

Two River Theater Presents the World Premiere of “Pamela’s First Musical”

Two River Theater Presents the World Premiere of “Pamela’s First Musical”

September 18, 2018—With a combined total of more than 25 Tony Award nominations and 7 wins, the cast and creatives of "Pamela’s First Musical" bring the theatrical event of the season [...]

Ritz Opens Season with “Incorruptible”

Ritz Opens Season with “Incorruptible”

September 13, 2018—Join the Ritz Theatre Company for a farcical romp through Priseaux, France, circa 1250 AD. Local playwright Michael Hollinger and director Al Fuchs' cast of characters brings this dark [...]

“Bright Star” at Surflight Theatre

“Bright Star” at Surflight Theatre

September 04, 2018—Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s Broadway musical “Bright Star” has come to Surflight Theatre in Beach Haven. The comedian and the songwriter created the show after collaborating on a [...]

“By the Water” at the Waterfront South Theatre

“By the Water” at the Waterfront South Theatre

August 29, 2018—“By the Water,” a play about a family dealing with the aftermath of 2012’s Hurricane Sandy, will have its regional premiere at the Waterfront South Theatre in Camden on [...]

Some Strings Attached — Behind the Scenes with Paper Moon Puppet Theatre

Some Strings Attached — Behind the Scenes with Paper Moon Puppet Theatre

August 08, 2018—Jesse and Dave are in Atlantic Highlands at Paper Moon Puppet Theatre to meet the hands behind the puppets. [...]

“Uncommon Women and Others” at Princeton Summer Theater

“Uncommon Women and Others” at Princeton Summer Theater

July 19, 2018—Wendy Wasserstein’s best known play, “The Heidi Chronicles,” won both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play in 1989. Many of the themes of [...]

Difficult Questions “Linger” at Premiere Stages

Difficult Questions “Linger” at Premiere Stages

July 17, 2018—There are two key questions at the heart of Craig Garcia’s play “Linger”: How well do parents actually know their children? And what things — even terrible things — [...]

Breaking Through the Box Theater Company Premieres “Doctor Shepherd” at Open Arts PAC

Breaking Through the Box Theater Company Premieres “Doctor Shepherd” at Open Arts PAC

June 20, 2018—“Dr. Shepherd” is a theatrical drama based on the sensational 1954 real-life murder of Marilyn Sheppard and the subsequent trials of her husband, Sam. [...]

“Half Time” – A New Musical About Not Acting Your Age

“Half Time” – A New Musical About Not Acting Your Age

June 12, 2018—The incredible true story of 10 ordinary seniors with extraordinary dreams of dancing at halftime. Only after making the cut do they learn they won’t be tapping, swinging or [...]