‘American Son’ – An Emotional Look at Racial Divides

A hard-hitting, timely play is currently running at New Brunswick’s George Street Playhouse. American Sons by Christopher Demos-Brown examines injustices plaguing racial relations. American Sons earned the 2016 Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award for a new play by an emerging playwright. It had its world premiere at Barrington Stage last summer and is being presented in New Brunswick through February 26, 2017. Directing American Sons is George Street’s Artistic Director, David Saint,…

February 22, 2017
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‘A Comedy of Tenors’ Gives Laughs Galore

Beat the winter blues by going to see a new play by Ken Ludwig called A Comedy of Tenors. This show is playing through February 26, 2017 at the Paper Mill Playhouse. This show is a sequel to the Tony® Award-winning comedy Lend Me a Tenor. Directed by Don Stephenson, this production reunites his original Paper Mill Lend Me a Tenor cast made up of the 7-member ensemble which features…

February 17, 2017
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‘The Jag’ Gives Audiences a Good Ride

A car can play a very important role in a family’s life. It can be the vehicle that takes them places such as their daily work and errands or it can represent their opportunities to go to new places such as a family vacation. In a new play titled The Jag, a white 1967 Jaguar sedan is such a vehicle. However, what is represents to the Chicarella family is much…

January 21, 2017
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