“God’s Own Country” will stick with you

God's Own Country review Let’s face it; gay media isn’t always something to write home about. Often campy, dramatic, laden with gratuitous nudity, and a...

“Caged” is a stark drama on the effects of incarceration

Passage Theatre's Caged deserves to be seen There have been many plays about men in prison, usually focusing on the crimes committed or the...

“The Nerd” is a weighty farce for a spring evening’s diversion

George Street Playhouse ends the season with The Nerd An all-too-familiar nightmare is the houseguest who just will not leave. The dread of seeing...

Opera Philadelphia: “Carmen” is a show stopper

This is Daniela Mack's fourth time in the role of Carmen Opera Philadelphia presents Carmen, George Bizet’s opera. It is full of interesting persons....

“Issei, He Say” depicts the tragedy of losses kept alive

World premier at New Jersey Repertory Company Hatred can be passed down from generation to generation until its origin becomes lost in the mists of...

“Dancing at Lughnasa” is a delicate and loving memory play

Currently on stage at Two River Theatre in Red Bank The late Brian Friel, considered one of Ireland’s finest playwrights, won his only Best...

“A Dog Story” is pleasant entertainment

A Dog Story at the Bickford Theatre A Dog Story is a light one-act musical that makes for a mildly pleasant spring evening. It is...

“The Sting”: The con is on!

It’s nothing new for stage musicals to be made out of well-remembered movies. The Sting, now making its world premiere at the Paper Mill...

Remixes and ‘mixers rule

In the Cookie Jar  Keala Settle Keala Settle tearing through “This Is Me” from The Greatest Showman was one of the most stellar moments of this...

“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...