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We take our seats in the modern and inviting Vogel Auditorium at the Axelrod Performing Arts Center in Deal, NJ on Friday, March 10, 2017, looking foward to experiencing a dress rehearsal of one of our favorite musicals, In the Heights.... READ ON

(NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.) An appreciative critic referred to the humor in Joshua Harmon’s play “Bad Jews” as “savage.”... READ ON

(LONG BRANCH, NJ) — Multiple Family Dwelling by James Hindman takes place in the present day in Mt. Clemens, Michigan - a rather downtrodden neighborhood where Kelly and James own a house they live in and rent upstairs. They have just gotten rid of their current tenant and plan on having their friend Tia move in with her fiance Stuart. It’s the latest World Premiere at New Jersey Repertory Company and one that examines which is worse: telling a lie or living with one.... READ ON

New Jersey Stage reached out to a pair of playwrights to get their take on how the current political climate might affect their work, whether they think it will affect others, and what it means to theatre as a whole. We spoke with Joseph M. Paprzyki and Bernardo Cubria.... READ ON

Every issue of New Jersey Stage magazine contains a look at plays coming to stages around the Garden State. Here's a look at plays coming in March.... READ ON

Not long after the presidential election, Vice President Mike Pence caught a performance of Hamilton on Broadway. Afterwards, Brandon Victor Dixon — who plays Aaron Burr — gave one of the show’s patented closing speeches.... READ ON

It’s the summer of 1992 in Medford, New Jersey. Adam and his friends are spending their last summer together before they all head off to college. One night while out drinking beers in the woods, they see a strange light and hear unusual sounds. As they encounter a mysterious visitor from another world, their lives are forever changed.... READ ON

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Camden Repertory Theater, and to celebrate, founder Desi P. Shelton has brought one of her signature plays back to the stage – or, in this case, a house. ”For Sale!” is the name of the play, and it’s a site-specific theatrical experience happening at 445 Mechanic Street in Camden, New Jersey. ... READ ON

Anyone showing up to a theater with a ticket is coming to hear a story be told. Anyone attending “Box of Stories” at The Growing Stage is going to see a play about storytelling. Yes, it’s kind of meta. But this new children’s show, making its world premiere in Netcong through February 19, is all about the importance of the art of storytelling, the practice that defines theater and the impact it has on society.... READ ON

(NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ) — George Street Playhouse promotes American Son as a story ripped from today’s headlines. The play, by Christopher Demos-Brown, is a chilling look at a family’s nightmare — a situation involving their son, an abandoned car, and the police — and how the world sees an 18 year old black man.... READ ON

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