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.

“Linger” charts the disintegration of a family

Linger is the winner of the 2018 Premiere Play Festival Premiere Stages, Kean University’s professional theatre company, is back again this summer with the world...

“The Wild Party” at Ritz Theatre in Haddon Township hosts LGBT...

The Wild Party at thr Ritz Theatre"The Wild Party" is a wild party indeed. Based on an epic poem by Joseph Moncure March, and borrowing the poem's words for its lyrics, it is billed as a musical, but is more an operetta. Very little of the dialogue is spoken. Most of it is sung in a bold, brazen, somewhat dissonant but still melodic contemporary score.

“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...

“Turning Off the Morning News” is dark, absurd, and hilarious

Turning Off the Morning News at Princeton's McCarter Theatre Playwright Christopher Durang and the McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton have long had a fruitful relationship....

“Simpatico” is less than perfect Shepard

Sam Shepard was one of this country’s leading playwrights, as well as an esteemed actor and director. His death earlier this year deprived the...

 “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...

“God of Carnage” at the Ritz Theatre

God of CarnageGod of Carnage is the Ritz Theatre Company's latest offering in this, their 30th season. Written by French playwright Yasmina Reza, it is a comedy set in modern day Brooklyn.

“The Bridge of San Luis Rey” is an old familiar tale...

On July 20, 1714, a century-old Incan woven bridge in Peru, part of the road from Lima to Cuzco, collapses, sending the five people...

Margaret Cho delivers her best yet in “Fresh off the Bloat” 

Margaret Cho has an extremely successful comedic career and quite the extensive resume in an industry which can be difficult to navigate long-term. She...