‘Million Dollar Quartet’ Recalls Early Days of Rock’n’Roll

Review of Million Dollar Quartet If 50’s rock and roll is your passion, then you will want to go to see Million Dollar Quartet playing through April 23, 2017 at Millburn’s Paper Mill Playhouse. The show is filled with classic rock music with a story that shows a kinder, gentler time in the music industry.   It was a time when a musician with a song to sing could be…

April 6, 2017
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‘Bad Jews’ – Culture and Religion Clash with Current Day Society

Review of the play Bad Jews at George Street Playhouse Running through April 9 at the George Street Playhouse is a play that is a comedy but it covers some serious issues. Written by Joshua Harmon, Bad Jews won a number of awards when it first opened in New York. After seeing it, it comes as no surprise that it earned the New York Times Critics Pick as “THE BEST…

April 1, 2017
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‘Multiple Family Dwelling’ Holds Deceptive Secrets

Friendships change as we get older but secrets may remain Sometimes we are lucky to have friends we grew up with who continue to be in our lives when we are adults. Those relationships give us a dependable source of friendship and memories to be enjoyed and cherished.  But what happens when secrets have been held back from a friend? And what if those secrets are deceptive and damaging? Look…

March 14, 2017
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