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“Tartuffe” both amuses and disappoints

Tartuffe is presented by the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey Molière (born Jean-Baptiste Poquelin; 1622-1673) is considered one of the greatest French playwrights and a...

“As You Like It” is a lovely, glowing, and funny romantic...

What more could one ask for in terms of a fine night’s entertainment? The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey has done it again with its...

“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...

“Mutual Philanthropy” is thought-provoking drama at its best

The New Jersey Repertory Company in Long Branch has, for the past two decades, been pioneers and champions of new plays, providing opportunities for...

Tasting the fruit from the tree of self-knowledge Martin Moran’s way

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The stage is bare, save for a high stool and a small table. Upon the table is a framed photo of a boy. The boy is standing in a boat, wearing a life jacket and swim suit, holding an oar above his head, as if in victory that he mastered the craft. That photo continues to play a role in the monologue performed and written by Martin Moran titled "The Tricky Part."

“A Christmas Carol” or, the tragedy of loneliness

A Christmas Carol at Shakespeare Theatre NJ is splendid Charles Dickens' classic story A Christmas Carol is being presented at four of the theatres for which...

The Kimmel Center and “Dirty Dancing” invites you to have the...

As this entertainment writer entered the lobby of the Kimmel Center's Merriam Theater, you could feel the energy and the buzz among the theater...

“American Rookie” offers a look at assimilation into American society

American Voices series at Luna Stage is interesting and entertaining Luna Stage in West Orange continues their "American Voices" series with Dipti Bramhandkar's American Rookie,...

“Pirira”: Parallel stories, converging

Go and see Pirira at Luna Stage It is rare to find a play where a familiar structure is given a unique twist which is so...

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.

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