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“Something Rotten!” is fun for musical aficionados

Theatre review Something Rotten! has a screwy idea at its core. It’s 1595, and William Shakespeare (Matthew Baker) is a rock star of the Elizabethan...

“Dial M for Murder” is a twisty, suspenseful mystery

A guilty pleasure at Bucks County Playhouse season opener     The Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, Pennsylvania, enters its 80th season with Frederick Knott’s classic...

“The Spongebob Musical” is a bright, bouncy children’s musical for grownups

Bikini Bottom invaded the stage of the State Theatre The denizens of Bikini Bottom invaded the stage of the State Theatre in New Brunswick, home...

“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...

“Midsummer Night’s Dream” is mirthful pleasure at Shakespeare Theatre

Many know Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream from one of its film adaptations, such as the 1999 version with a cast headed by Kevin...

“Pamela’s First Musical” is a family-friendly tale of the magic of...

Two Rivers Theatre brings us a wonderful World Premiere Two River Theatre in Red Bank opens its 25th Anniversary season with the world premiere of Pamela’s...

“A Christmas Carol”: Dickens’ masterpiece returns to brighten the season

It’s a tradition of the McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton to present A Christmas Carol as its holiday offering, and it’s as welcome an...

A ripping-good evening of theatre at Bucks County Playhouse

Scene from Vanya & Sonia & Masha & SpikeAre you one of those adults who hate when someone says they are "multi-tasking" when they are ignoring you while they text? Perhaps you might even like Chekhov, just a little? If the answer is yes to both, then you missed a great play at the Bucks County Playhouse - "Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike."

“Buried Child” is a powerful, troubling play

The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey production is a rousing success The late playwright Sam Shepard (1943-2017) won the Pulitzer Prize for his play...

“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...
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