Studio Players explore the heart in ‘Almost, Maine’

The company of "Almost, Maine" look inside themselves for their vignettes.
A scene from "Razorhurst."

Theater review: ‘Razorhurst’ is a battle beyond the death

The prosecution and the defense for "Razorhurst," a new musical about two female criminals.
Aria Laura Kreith will head Luna Stage.

Culture in brief: Montclair’s Ari Laura Kreith to head Luna Stage

Luna Stage has hired Montclair's Ari Laura Kreith as their new artistic director, following Cheryl Katz's stepping down.

Diving right in to ‘Anything Goes’

"Anything Goes" is from 1934, but the women have all the power, says senior Alexa Racioppi.

Montclair theater review: Too much ‘stays’ at Dreamcatcher

"What Stays," about a matriarch packing up her house, still feels a little cluttered.

Young head for an old tale: ‘Beauty and the Beast’

"Beauty and the Beast," a Magic Trunk show directed by MHS sophomore Mirit Skeen, continues at Studio Playhouse this weekend.

Onstage love from real lovers at MPL

True love running smoothly and not so smoothly on tap at the Montclair Public Library.
Beauty and the Beast at Studio Players

Culture in brief: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ at Studio Players

“Beauty and the Beast,” a non-musical Magic Trunk show fully produced and performed by Studio Players’ youth members, will be performed at Studio Playhouse, 14 Alvin Place this weekend and next.

Theater review: politics is an inside joke

Political satire needs to be up-to-the-minute. "The Outsider," though sometimes funny, is predictable.

Photo: ‘House of Blue Leaves’ from SVPA

The times are changing in John Guare's comedy "The House of Blue Leaves," set in the 1960s, against the visit of the pope as a family deals with the Vietnam draft and mental illness. Directed...