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Apricot Sky creates a Montclair theater troupe

Apricot Sky presents a collection of short plays and monologues this weekend and next. Eric Alters compay creates a Montclair theater troupe.

Young Hannah Arendt in new play at Luna Stage

Hannah Arendt, before she was famous, connects to a prison guard in Germany, in "Mrs. Stern Wanders the Prussian State Library" at Luna Stage.
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Theater review: Judy Garland finds her way

We're in on the rise of Frances Gumm to Judy Garland in "Chasing Rainbows: the Road to Oz" at Paper Mill Playhouse, starring Ruby Rakos.
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Culture in brief: Mrs. Stern (Hannah Arendt) at Luna Stage

Jenny Lyn Bader’s “Mrs. Stern Wanders The Prussian State Library,” inspired by events in the life of Hannah Arendt, begins its run at Luna Stage tonight.
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Performance review: Captivating work of Bogart and Streb in ‘Falling and Loving’

In "Falling & Loving," theater revolutionaries Anne Bogart, Elizabeth Streb and Charles Mee joined forces to present physical, avant-garde work.
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Broadway bound for reg e. gaines at MAM

Broadway playwright, Montclair's Richard Wesley, will speak to reg e. gaines about Broadway and more at MAM on Thursday, Oct. 10.
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New Works Initiative at Studio Playhouse

Studio Players' New Works Initiative, including short runs of contemporary, lesser-known plays as well as original plays, is up and running.

In brief: Studio Playhouse presents original play

Mark Liebert's original play "Complete Game" runs at Studio Playhouse through this Sunday. It is part of Studio Players' New Works Initiative.
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In brief: Ann Bogart, Elizabeth Streb at Peak Performances

“Falling & Loving,” which premieres on Sept. 24 and runs through Sept. 29 at Peak Performances, brings together three giants of the Avant-Garde theater world: Anne Bogart, director of SITI Company, and Elizabeth Streb,...
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Theater Review: ‘Julius Caesar,’ a play for our times

St. James Players' production of William Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar," running through Sunday, Sept. 22, highlights the play's modernity.