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“The Servant of Two Masters” is a light amusement

Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey features Goldoni’s best-known comedy Carlo Goldoni (1707-1793) was a prolific Venetian writer of plays and libretti. He created a new...

“The Bridge of San Luis Rey” is an old familiar tale...

On July 20, 1714, a century-old Incan woven bridge in Peru, part of the road from Lima to Cuzco, collapses, sending the five people...

“Kinky Boots” goes National

Kinky Boots tour cast photo by Matthew Murphy"Kinky Boots" took Broadway and the Tony's by storm, and now they have taken the shows message across the country. The musical (with music by music icon and LGBT activist Cyndi Lauper and book by the legendary Harvey Fierstein) was in Philadelphia's Forrest Theatre recently.

Hamilton Stage presents the American Repertory Ballet

American Repertory Ballet at Hamilton Stage"Signature Duets: Dances of Daring and Devotion" was the name of the mixed bill presented by the American Repertory Ballet at the Hamilton Stage on Friday, March 21. There were five pieces presented this evening. "Fantasy Baroque" by Mary Barton to music by J. S. Bach opened the program.

“A Dog Story” is pleasant entertainment

A Dog Story at the Bickford Theatre A Dog Story is a light one-act musical that makes for a mildly pleasant spring evening. It is...

“The Outsider” at Paper Mill brings heart and comedy to the...

I don’t care who’s running this November or for what — I want to vote for Ned Newley, the title character of Paper Mill...

“The Sting”: The con is on!

It’s nothing new for stage musicals to be made out of well-remembered movies. The Sting, now making its world premiere at the Paper Mill...

“Mercy” pits revenge against redemption

New Jersey Repertory presents Mercy Mercy, a new play by Adam Szymkowicz, is being given its world premiere by the New Jersey Repertory Company in...

“Turning Off the Morning News” is dark, absurd, and hilarious

Turning Off the Morning News at Princeton's McCarter Theatre Playwright Christopher Durang and the McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton have long had a fruitful relationship....

“The Nerd” is a weighty farce for a spring evening’s diversion

George Street Playhouse ends the season with The Nerd An all-too-familiar nightmare is the houseguest who just will not leave. The dread of seeing...
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