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Friday, January 27, 2023

“Her Portmanteau” carries the baggage of a broken Nigerian-American family

Her Portmanteau is part of a nine-play series New Brunswick’s George Street Playhouse opens its 2022-2023 season with the long-awaited production of Her Portmanteau by...

At “On Your Feet!”, the rhythm IS gonna get you at...

The Estefans’ songs help deliver the more emotional moments Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn opened up its 2022-2023 season with a rousing, energetic production of...

A reimagined “Evita” retains all its power and glamor

A powerful picture of Argentinian life in the ’40s and ’50s “What’s new, Buenos Aires?” sings Eva Duarte on her arrival in the Argentinian capital. ...

“The Caretaker” is Pinter at his most elusive, tragicomic best

The Caretaker is a rich experience in the theater Harold Pinter’s 1960 play The Caretaker is generally considered one of his masterpieces. It belongs to...

“The Wolves” is a winning play about a winning team

An honest, hard-hitting look at the world of modern high school girls McCarter Theatre Center opens its newest season with The Wolves, a play about...

“Scab” is a searing indictment of modern business

Scab is a strong, powerful production at Premiere Stages in Union Premiere Stages at Kean University in Union presents a searing report on some of...

“The Metromaniacs” is a fast-paced comedy of false identities and intellectual...

Prepare to be blown away by the comic confusions and misunderstandings every minute of this production The Metromaniacs, now at the Shakespeare Theatre of New...

“Dames at Sea” is a frothy summer’s entertainment

An intimate show with a talented cast of six Bucks County Playhouse continues its 2022 season with Dames at Sea, an affectionate homage to the...

“The Hummingbirds” at NJ Repertory is a comedy of menace

NJ Rep presents The Hummingbirds, and it does not ask to be seen; it insists Playwright Garret Jon Groenveld has created a scary, funny look...

“House of Chavis” – House in Flames

Family secrets and scandals become fodder for public delectation House of Chavis is Robert Macke’s play about spilling and spoiling. Family secrets and scandals become...