Archive for 'Theater'

“Quixote” at Peak Performances

“Quixote” at Peak Performances

March 16, 2017—The New York Times has called Amy Beth Kirsten “wondrously eclectic.” The New Haven-based composer and librettist has a new work, “Quixote,” created with director Mark DeChiazza and the [...]

“For Sale!” at Camden Repertory Theater

“For Sale!” at Camden Repertory Theater

February 16, 2017—This year marks the 10th anniversary of Camden Repertory Theater, and to celebrate, founder Desi P. Shelton has brought one of her signature plays back to the stage – [...]

“Box of Stories” Teaches How to Tell the Greatest Stories Ever, and Yet To Be Told

“Box of Stories” Teaches How to Tell the Greatest Stories Ever, and Yet To Be Told

February 14, 2017—Making its world premiere in Netcong, this family-friendly show focuses on the importance of the art of storytelling, the practice that defines theater and the impact it has on [...]

George Street Playhouse Debuts “American Son”

George Street Playhouse Debuts “American Son”

February 10, 2017—An important new play, Christopher Demos-Brown's "American Son" is ripped from the headlines. In this month's video, Jesse and Dave are in New Brunswick to find out more about [...]

Classic Tragedies ‘Hamlet’ and ‘Saint Joan’ Spill Fresh Blood at McCarter Theatre

Classic Tragedies ‘Hamlet’ and ‘Saint Joan’ Spill Fresh Blood at McCarter Theatre

January 11, 2017—That which was once old always becomes new again. This is particularly true of the classic plays “Hamlet” and “Saint Joan,” staged by Bedlam theatre company at McCarter Theatre. [...]

“The Bodyguard” at Paper Mill Playhouse

“The Bodyguard” at Paper Mill Playhouse

December 22, 2016—Whitney Houston’s smash hit single “I Will Always Love You” was everywhere in the nineties. It was the musical centerpiece of the 1992 Oscar-nominated romantic thriller “The Bodyguard,” starring Houston [...]

Brimming with Gospel and African Dance, “Black Nativity” Lights Up Crossroads Theatre

Brimming with Gospel and African Dance, “Black Nativity” Lights Up Crossroads Theatre

December 08, 2016—Get ready for a Christmas filled with music and poetry. Langston Hughes' groundbreaking show "Black Nativity" makes its holiday run at Crossroads Theatre in New Brunswick. [...]

East Lynne Theater Company Regales with “Yuletide Tales”

East Lynne Theater Company Regales with “Yuletide Tales”

December 06, 2016—In Cape May, "Yuletide Tales," ELTC's annual holiday show, has become a tradition. For more than a decade, the group's artistic director, Gayle Stahlhuth, has presented this unique one-person [...]

“Daddy Long Legs” Strides on to George Street Playhouse’s Stage

“Daddy Long Legs” Strides on to George Street Playhouse’s Stage

November 29, 2016—There is something beautiful about the art of letter writing. It brings back a time when people put more thought into every word – when someone could fall in [...]

Two River’s “The Lion in Winter” Offers a Historical Reflection of 2016 Themes

Two River’s “The Lion in Winter” Offers a Historical Reflection of 2016 Themes

November 15, 2016—The Lion In Winter, the classic play about the intersection of political gamesmanship and family drama in 1183, plays through December 4 at Two River Theater in Red Bank. [...]