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(PRINCETON, NJ) -- The Lewis Center for the Arts’ Program in Theater at Princeton University will present Sister Mok-rahn, written by Eunsung Kim and translated by Dayoung Jeong, the first full English-language production of this acclaimed, contemporary play from Korea. The play is a story of separation, like the divided North and South Koreas, through the perspective of a North Korean defector. ... READ ON

(CLIFTON, NJ) -- The Theater League of Clifton will present its 2020 dinner/theater comedy “Last Chance for Romance.com” weekends from February 15 through March 1st at Mario's Restaurant in Clifton. The two-act comedy, written by Marylou Ambrose and Tony Schwartz, tells the story about the humorous travails of senior-citizen online dating. Tony, a 65-year-old restaurant owner has been a widower for three years. ... READ ON

(UPPER MONTCLAIR, NJ) -- The Wizard of Oz, by L. Frank Baum, adapted by Erin Detrick, comes to Montclair Studio Playhouse from February 15-23. When Dorothy drops into the Land of Oz, only one thing is certain: she’s got to find a way back to Kansas. A funny and fast-paced journey down the yellow brick road ensues, as Dorothy and her new friends travel to the fabled Emerald City to meet the Great Oz. ... READ ON

(ORADELL, NJ) -- Bergen County Players, one of America's longest-running little theater companies, presents The Lion in Winter by James Goldman from February 15th through March 7th. Nothing is more tantalizing than Royals scheming and fighting amongst themselves, especially when the prize is the throne itself. It's Christmas 1183, and King Henry II is planning to announce his successor to the throne. ... READ ON








(HOBOKEN, NJ) -- Mile Square Theatre presents 5 Times in One Night by Chiara Atik from February 19 through March 15. The play is a hilarious exploration of sex through the ages. From Adam and Eve to the last couple on Earth, playwright Chiara Atik riffs on what we talk about when we talk about sex. Five couples are played by two actors, Kelsey Roberts (MST’s A Merry Little Christmas Carol) and Nathaniel Kent (Eat the Devil). The New York Times says of the play, “a lewd title and a tender heart…the writing feels specific and universal.”... READ ON

(HOLMDEL, NJ) -- Fredi Walker-Browne, the original JoAnne Jefferson in the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical RENT, is bringing #RENTStories to Holmdel Theatre Company on May 8th and your story could be a part of it! If RENT has impacted your life in some way, there's no day but today to tell your #RENTStory. The deadline is Wednesday, February 19th at 11:59pm.... READ ON

(PLAINFIELD, NJ) -- Dragonfly Multicultural Arts Center will present the New Jersey premiere of the quirky comedy Death in San Francisco February 20-23 at duCret School of the Arts in Plainfield. Written by San Francisco playwright Sujit Saraf, Death in San Francisco is the story of an Indian American family in California dealing with the instructions in a family member’s will. ... READ ON

(SUMMIT, NJ) -- Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, professional theatre in residence at Oakes Center in Summit, is continuing its 25th Anniversary Season with the NJ Premiere of Be Here Now by Deborah Zoe Laufer. This comedy was first produced at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park in 2018 and since has been performed at venues throughout the country. Be Here Now runs February 20 through March 8, 2020.... READ ON

(RAHWAY, NJ) -- Jason Robert Brown's beautiful song cycle Songs for a New World comes to life fully staged at Union County Performing Arts Center’s Hamilton Stage for four performances only from February 20-23. This production is directed by Brian Remo and musically directed by Bruce De La Cruz. ... READ ON

(NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ) -- Crossroads Theatre Company’s Genesis Festival of Plays is back for a three-day run of three new works that stand true to the theatre’s history of telling stories that highlight issues and start conversations across ethnic, racial and cultural spectrums, Crossroads announced today.  The Genesis Festival, which will run February 21-23, is a playwright laboratory experience that consists of three separate shows of stage readings for the audience to enjoy and critique that will be held in the performance studio of The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC).... READ ON


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