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The issue of automation is one that politicians have a tendency to avoid.  It’s easy to tell people that factories making outdated equipment like typewriters and rotary phones are no longer needed, but it’s far more difficult to let people know that most jobs can be replaced by automation.  Automotive plants were among the first to have employees work side by side with robotic technology, and the evolution of the technology and the changes it has meant to the industry is the focus of Skeleton Crew by Dominique Morisseau.... READ ON

Retired NFL player Don Devers is a man who has had more surgeries than he can count, experiences violent outbursts, and relies on Post-It notes to offset his struggle with traumatic brain injury. Just when things seem their darkest, a desperate longtime fan arrives at his doorstep. But when devoted fan, Ed Ryan, appears at his doorstep, a series of events are put in motion that just may bring Don out of his self-imposed isolation and salvage his life.... READ ON

At the Paper Mill Playhouse, in Millburn, NJ, the energetic cast of Mary Poppins delivers on such musical theatre classics as “Chim Chim Cher-ee”, “A Spoonful of Sugar”, “Let’s Go Fly a Kite,” and “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” — all special songs which, to many, will happily bring them back to their childhoods watching the 1964 Disney film starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke.... READ ON

Of all the theatres in New Jersey, George Street Playhouse has always held a close place in my heart. Back in 2003, I launched a monthly print publication called Upstage Magazine. Even though we were based along the Jersey Shore, New Brunswick quickly became our adopted home base. And George Street was part of the magazine from the first issue in which we interviewed the actor Alan Rachins who was starring in Attacks on a Heart at the theatre.... READ ON








Each month, New Jersey Stage takes a look at plays coming to stages around the Garden State. Make sure to add your shows to the New Jersey Stage event calendar. Listings are always free and seen by thousands!... READ ON

(NETCONG, NJ) -- Doctor Seuss's famous book “The Cat in the Hat” has enchanted children across the world since its publication in 1957. This stage adaption of the classic, originally produced by the National Theatre of Great Britain, is now showing at the Growing Stage Theatre in Netcong, NJ between Friday, May 5th and Sunday, May 21st. The show, featuring Davis Cameron Lemley as the titular Cat in the Hat and directed by Lori B. Lawrence, is a delightfully faithful piece that expands on the original with sound effects, physical comedy, and pantomime.... READ ON

(NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ) — The death of a spouse is a rather odd choice of subject matter for a musical comedy, but Curvy Widow pulls off the trick in fine style. Led by Nancy Opel, the final play to be staged at the current George Street Playhouse building is the perfect choice to close this chapter of the theatre’s history and begin looking forward to the next.... READ ON

What does a single woman “of a certain age” need most? Not so fast! The answer may not be the obvious—at least, that’s the premise of “Curvy Widow,” Bobby Goldman’s autobiographical musical play, at George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick from May 2 through May 21. Highly-regarded singing actress Nancy Opel appears in the title role.... READ ON

“It was a time when we had our differences, but when it all came down to it you got out on that floor, whether it be the dance floor or the roller rink floor, and all of the difference melted away and we’d just come together and have fun,” said Christine Rea, who wrote Hit Her with the Skates with her husband Rick Briskin.... READ ON

Each month, New Jersey Stage presents a preview of plays coming to the area in our monthly magazine. We have 16 shows this month in our preview, but two are closing at the end of April.... READ ON


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