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Kean Stage presents Swan Lake

Swan Lake by Moscow Festival Ballet The Moscow Festival Ballet presented the ballet, "Swan Lake," at Kean University's Wilkins Theatre on Saturday, March 15. Music was by Peter Tchaikovsky, with choreography credited to Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov.

“The Immigrant” is a grandson’s tribute to his grandparents

George Street production is an antidote to modern-day fears of the “other” Playwrights Mark Harelik and Randal Myler honor Harelik’s grandparents, refugees from Russian pogroms...

“Noises Off” starts slow but builds to lunatic delight

Michael Frayn’s Noises Off at Two River Theatre Two River Theatre in Red Bank starts the new year with a revival of a masterful modern...

“An Act of God” is a lounge act, complete with drum...

George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick has chosen for its holiday offering An Act of God, a ninety-minute visit with the Lord and Creator of the...

“The King And I” comes to Philadelphia at Academy of Music

While enjoying the Lincoln Center’s touring production of Rogers and Hammerstein’s The King And I  this week at the Kimmel Center’s Academy of Music...

Indigo Girls don’t disappoint their loyal fans

State Theater is a great venue for any show As a music journalist, a lover of great harmonies, and a card-carrying lesbian you KNOW I’ve...

“Bakersfield Mist” is an intense exploration of the nature of art

Stephen Sachs’ one-act play Bakersfield Mist is a gripping two-character work that deals with questions about art. What separates art from trash? Does a detached, intellectual...

“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,...

One week, two great shows at the Raven’s Rrazz Room

Broadway newcomer Alysha Umphress wowed her audience on June 11, while the following Saturday, June 18, saw theatre and cabaret legend Jason Graae command the stage at Rrazz Room at...

“Crowns”: Glory, hallelujah!

Fifteen years ago, McCarter Theatre Center commissioned writer/actress Regina Taylor to come up with a show based on a book about Southern black women...