“The Scarlet Letter” is a tale of lives restricted

Nathaniel Hawthorne’s 1850 novel The Scarlet Letter is one of the first great works of American literature. It has been adapted for the stage,...

“After Midnight” jumps and jives to the rhythms of the Harlem...

Millburn’s Paper Mill Playhouse kicks off the year in high style and high energy with their production of After Midnight! This hotter than hot...

“Days of Wine and Roses” is an electrifying story of love...

Days of Wine and Roses is most familiar to many as either an intense television drama shown on the 1958 anthology series Playhouse 90...

“Mrs. Doubtfire” Currently at the Academy of Music

There is no doubt that Mrs. Doubtfire – the Musical will make you laugh but it will also give you the “feels.” The storyline...

A storm is brewing inside and outside of “Pride House”

TOSOS (The Other Side of Silence), NYC’s oldest and longest-producing LGBTQ theatre company, continues its 50th Anniversary Season with the world premiere of Pride House,...

“Ibsen’s Ghost” is an irreverent biographical fantasy

The George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick kicks off the new year with the world premiere of Ibsen’s Ghost, written by and starring Charles...

History is cyclical with a vengeance in “Prayer for the French...

Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose, as the French say. For Jews, history is cyclical with a vengeance: first, toleration by the...

Real life teen angst captivates in “How to Dance in Ohio”

An unexpectedly touching new musical, How to Dance in Ohio, with book and lyrics by Rebekah Greer Melocik and music by Jacob Yandura, is...

“Fiddler on the Roof”: a tale of displacement from long ago...

Headlines today tell of massive displacements of people in areas around the globe. The politics of hate toward the stranger among us results in...

“A Midwinter Night’s Dream” is a raucous, bawdy adaptation of Shakespeare

All right, here it is: The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s production of A Midwinter Night’s Dream is the funniest damn Dream I’ve ever...