“Sarah Sings a Love Story”: An enduring romance set to Sarah Vaughan’s...

New Brunswick’s Crossroads Theatre Company could not have chosen a better, more touching, more realistic play to close their final season at their current...

“F Theory” explores the nature of friendship

It’s unusual in theater-going to see two powerful, well-written new plays back to back. It is rarer still to see them performed by the...

“The Calling” tackles questions about the mercy of God

The New Jersey Repertory Co. in Long Branch kicks off its 2018 season with The Calling, a two-character one-act play that has, at its core, age-old...

“American Son”: An emotionally draining cautionary drama

American Son, the latest offering at the George Street Playhouse, is a searing drama torn from today’s headlines. This is the final production to be...

“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...

 “Accomplice”: murder has never been such fun

The problem with reviewing a mystery as good as Rupert Holmes’ Accomplice is that you want to tell everyone what happens so that they’ll want to...

“Deathtrap” at Bucks County Playhouse is well done

Deathtrap at Bucks County Playhouse. Photo by Mandee Kuenzle.One of Broadway's most popular mystery- comedy- thrillers, Ira Levin's "Deathtrap," was recently at the Bucks County Playhouse. First seen in 1978, and later as a film in 1982, "Deathtrap" ran for nearly four years on Broadway.

“El Coqui Espectacular and the Bottle of Doom” is a comic...

Playwright Matt Barbot has drawn on his own Puerto Rican and American heritages to come up with El Coqui Espectacular and the Bottle of Doom, the...

“Bad Jews” hides the seeds of a good drama in a...

Bad Jews, now appearing at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, gives a look into some old themes through a Jewish lens: the clash...

“The Outsider” at Paper Mill brings heart and comedy to the...

I don’t care who’s running this November or for what — I want to vote for Ned Newley, the title character of Paper Mill...