“From Here” is a romantic comedy wrapped around a violent tragedy

The Renaissance Theatre Company of Orlando is currently gracing the stage off-Broadway’s Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre with a production of their new musical....

“Million Dollar Quartet” To Rock Bell Theater in Holmdel

The Axelrod Performing Arts Center will present the smash hit musical Million Dollar Quartet from July 19-28, 2024 at the Bell Theater at Bell...

“N/A” is a fantasia on national politics

N/A is a sharp and harshly witty play by Mario Correa about the relationship between two Congresswomen. One of them, N, is the first...

“As You Like It”:  Roughing it in the forest for love

For this season’s outdoor offering by the Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, we get As You Like It, arguably Shakespeare’s best-loved romantic comedy. As presented...

“Home” resonates with the power of place

Samm-Art Williams (1946-2024) was an actor and playwright whose works spoke to the African American experience. His most acclaimed play, Home, written in 1979,...

“Stalker”:  honest to God, you won’t believe your eyes!

Those familiar with Penn & Teller, the world-famous magicians, know of their TV series Fool Us. They challenge other magicians to perform their most...

“The Welkin” is an is-she-or-isn’t-she mystery

Probably the oddest play I’ve seen this season is The Welkin, being presented by the Atlantic Theater Company. It is a solid ensemble piece...

“Gem of the Ocean” is a voyage of discovery

Playwright August Wilson (1945-2005), in his “Century Cycle”, created a series of plays that painted, decade by decade, a portrait of African American life...

Out Eats: Pasta Volo in Asbury Park

Americans eat 5.95 billion pounds of pasta a year, with the average person consuming 20 pounds. The National Pasta Association said 86 percent of...

Out Review: “Nothing Ever Just Disappears: Seven Hidden Queer Histories” by...

Go to your spot. Where that is comes to mind immediately: a palatial home with soaring windows, or a humble cabin in a glen, a...