“Freedom Riders” presents a look back at troubling times

Possibly the most powerful play put on this season in New Jersey's theaters Crossroads Theatre Company opens its inaugural "Crossroads Festival Theatre" with Freedom Riders,...

“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...

“The Wanderer” is a musician’s life told by his music

The long-awaited musical biography of Dion is full of warmth and affection Dion DiMucci, better known as just Dion, was a giant in many genres...

“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” is an updated look...

George Street Playhouse is presenting us with two new items for our theatre-going pleasure. One is their new temporary space on Rutgers University’s Cook...

“Memoirs of a Forgotten Man” intertwines memory and history

NJ Repertory presents an interesting drama shaded with mystery D.W. Gregory’s Memoirs of a Forgotten Man, now playing at the New Jersey Repertory Company in Long Branch,...

“Ravenscroft”: A near-mystery

Billed as a comedy/mystery, Ravenscroft, written by the prolific playwright Don Nigro, is the winter production of the Bickford Theatre in Morristown. The play...

“Always… Patsy Cline” is a footnote to a country music legend

Always…Patsy Cline a welcome entertainment for a summer night at Bucks County Playhouse Just arrived at The Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, Pennsylvania is Always…Patsy...

“Fully Committed” a one-man, forty characters, the job from hell, and...

GSP features a laugh-filled, 90-minute comic gem  The George Street Playhouse has come up with the perfect antidote to couch fever. It's a laugh-filled, 90-minute...

“Paul Robeson” tries to convey a legend’s journey

The play Paul Robeson, covers Robeson’s life up to his last concert appearance Crossroads Theatre Company is the first constituent company of the new New...

“Having Our Say” is a walk down memory lane with two...

In 1991, New York Times reporter Amy Hill Hearth interviewed the Delany sisters, Sadie and Dr. Bessie, for a feature story. That story, of...