“Annie” provides seasonal joy from an old familiar story

The Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn has taken an old favorite, polished it up, and presented it as a glittery gift for this holiday...

“Hollywood Lesbians” is a delightful companion volume to “Hollywood Gays”

Author Boze Hadleigh is a renowned pot-stirrer who loves the salacious, and he’s not above pushing a few buttons to get what he’s after....

“Crowns”: Glory, hallelujah!

Fifteen years ago, McCarter Theatre Center commissioned writer/actress Regina Taylor to come up with a show based on a book about Southern black women...

“The Adventures of Homosexual Man and Lesbian Lad” by R.A. Melos...

POW, WAP, and ZOOM! The Adventures of Homosexual Man and Lesbian Lad pulls off a superpowered set of capers in true comic book serial...

“American Hero” examines the nature of heroism

George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick presents American Hero by Christopher Demos-Brown, author of last season’s hit American Son. American Hero is the best,...

Cirque du Soleil – Toruk is over the top

With the death defying leaps, the awesome backdrops of color, the amazing artists and athletes, and the breath taking dream state the performers of...

So real, surreal “Honeymoon in Vegas” at the Papermill Playhouse

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No, it isn't a revival of an old Broadway hit. Neither is it a hot property from London's West End being transferred to The States. "Honeymoon in Vegas" is that rarest of rare things, an original musical written by Americans starring American actors, and it's headed for Broadway after its short run at the Papermill Playhouse in Millburn. These days, that's a novelty.

“Trying” paints a poignant picture of a cross-generational friendship

Trying at George Street Playhouse The word “trying” has many definitions. It can mean testing the limits of, as in “trying one’s patience.” It...

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...

An Emotional Meeting Robyn

"Meeting Robyn" book coverMeeting Robyn is the true story of a young mother and her son who have to deal with their pain and confusion over his sexual identify. Robert is haunted by his urge to be female and feels trapped in his male form, until he finds his true identity in Robyn. With no handbook or roadmap for these two to go by, they have to find a way. This is their brave and illuminating story.