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Youth take the stage as a reflection on love

In a world of email scandals, relentless brutality, global agitation, and near-impending doom, people still aspire. Lisa Beth Vettoso must surely be counted as one of those...

“The Lady’s Not for Burning:” you can’t see this show, but...

This past Monday evening, I bought a ticket to see Christopher Fry’s 1948-verse comedy,The Lady’s Not for Burning, at the Kirby Shakespeare Theatre at Drew University. It...

From breakups to brawls, the Cookie Jar has it all

In the Cookie Jar Latrice Royale Latrice Royale’s new EP Here’s to Life is the perfect soundtrack for a lush summer evening. Royale has taken her...

Coriolanus: A timely lesson in politics, honor, and pride

Many people who are devotees of Shakespearean drama may look puzzled when the tragedy Coriolanus is mentioned. Rarely produced, this play was written in...

“The Little Mermaid” is an ocean of heartfelt imaginative fun at...

"The Little Mermaid" at the Open Air Theatre in Washington's Crossing NJMore than 25 years after The Little Mermaid  became a Disney princess icon, she joins the likes of The Lion King on stage. Whereas, the Broadway production received a mixed reception from critics, Director Louis Palena tackles the challenges (of which there are many) of bringing the story of Oceanic princess, Ariel, to life with charm and dazzle.

Add a little “spice” to your pantry

Weslo’s "Home-o Erotic Cookbook As the summer months start to creep in, and the warm weather starts to help the clothes drop off, poolside and...

“Peter Grimes” at The Princeton Festival

Peter Grimes by Benjamin Britten, has been a highly successful opera since it opened in London in 1945. It has been presented in famous performances at...

One week, two great shows at the Raven’s Rrazz Room

Broadway newcomer Alysha Umphress wowed her audience on June 11, while the following Saturday, June 18, saw theatre and cabaret legend Jason Graae command the stage at Rrazz Room at...

Voices of Light – The passion of Joan of Arc

Voices of Light, an oratorio performed by the Princeton Festival Chorus and the Princeton Symphony Orchestra, accompanying a showing of Theodore Dreyer’s 1928 silent...

“You’re Killing Me”— a curious blend of comedy, horror, and romance

Joe is new to the Echo Park gay scene — and is as clueless as he is cute. We meet him on game night,...