LaBute

First person: an unlikeable ‘Guy’ at Studio Players

Assistant Stage Manager Lisa Annitti describes working on Neil LaBute's play "Some Girl(s)" at Studio Playhouse.

Culture in Brief: Watchung musical, Buzz Aldrin concert

Watchung School students will perform the musical "The Wizard of Oz" later this month, and Buzz Aldrin Middle School will present a musical concert.
storytelling

Storytelling and raising energy: Mythmakers at Van Vleck

Mythmakers — Gerald Fierst and Richard Stillman — will be storytelling, playing instruments, creating magic with the audience.
tale

Theater Review: It’s Paulina’s Tale

"The Winter's Tale" is always a welcome treat, but Marion Adler's fierce Paulina at Shakespeare Theatre make it unmissable.
gas lamp

Photos: A Christmas Carol at Gas Lamp

Gas Lamp Players presents a musical version of "A Christmas Carol," with a a multi-generational cast of 105 adults, teens and children.

Plays for troubled times: addressing violence onstage

Two organizations in Montclair are taking the idea of relevancy to heart Luna Stage and a group benefitting S.O.F.I.A. present shows that address violence.
Holiday Inn

Theater review: Shake off the blues with ‘Holiday Inn’

"Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn" at Paper Mill Playhouse is sure to lift the spirits, like seeing a sparkling snowflake hanging from a town lampost.
Kentucky Avenue

‘On Kentucky Avenue’ nabs six AUDELCO awards

Jeree Wade's "On Kentucky Avenue" nabbed six AUDELCO awards for its portrayal of Club Harlem, known as the Black Copacabana, in Atlantic City in 1969.

Photos: Willy Wonka Jr.’s a sweet treat

The Willy Wonka Jr. version of Roald Dahl's classic casts 99 local children in the Gas Lamp's Players' production at the Ridgewood Avenue School's theater Saturday, Nov. 17 & Sunday, Nov. 18, after a...
Charley's Aunt

Theater review: STNJ’s ‘Charley’s Aunt’ delightfully nutty

Shakespeare theatre of New Jersey's production of the 1892 farce "Charley's Aunt" is a delight, and delightfully nutty. The show runs through Nov.18.