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Young Frankenstein is fun at the Ritz

Young Frankenstein promoThe Ritz Theatre in Haddon Township has a hit with Mel Brooks' "Young Frankenstein." Originally a movie, then set to music for Broadway, the play is a comedy about the grandson of Frankenstein who wants nothing to do with the family business.

“Brick City”: students at the crossroads

Premiere Stages at Kean University features a strong new work The paths of two high school seniors intersect in Nicole Pandolfo’s Brick City, being presented...

“Charley’s Aunt”: An old farce, but a ripping good one

STNJ presents a a flat-out funny hit Playwright and actor Brandon Thomas (1848-1914) was quoted in his obituary as having said, “I hoped to go down...

“Pirira”: Parallel stories, converging

Go and see Pirira at Luna Stage It is rare to find a play where a familiar structure is given a unique twist which is so...

Menopause the Musical sweetens the pot

Menopause the Musical"Menopause the Musical" was in Trenton at the War Memorial Theater. The four very talented and accomplished women from the national touring company dazzled and delighted the small but vocally appreciative audience for 90 plus minutes with highly entertaining jokes, gags, and of course, music about - what else - Menopause.

“Songbird”: Chekhov in the Deep South

Two River Theatre presents Songbird for its season finale Two River Theatre in Red Bank has chosen Songbird, an adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s play The Seagull. Transplanting the play...

“Pamela’s First Musical” is a family-friendly tale of the magic of...

Two Rivers Theatre brings us a wonderful World Premiere Two River Theatre in Red Bank opens its 25th Anniversary season with the world premiere of Pamela’s...

“The Trial of Donna Caine” examines honor and responsibility

Season opener at George Street Playhouse touches on sexism and racism  George Street Playhouse, on the Cook College campus of Rutgers University in New Brunswick,...

“The Color Purple” is a powerful musical tale

The latest Paper Mill production is a show to be savored The Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn opens its 80th Anniversary season with The Color...

“King Hedley II” speaks of the hope of redemption

Two Rivers Theater production is a gripping play Playwright August Wilson (1945-2005) created an amazing ten-play cycle chronicling the African-American experience in the 20th...