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totally fresh, invigorating and fierce new musical
There is plenty that is commendable and rewarding about this first Broadway revival of Mark Medoff’s 1980 Tony Award-winning play
Jayne Houdyshell and Armand Pascale are the reason to see JC Lee's new play
a feat of marrying a libretto calculated to shock with lots of elegant music that doesn't
James Inverne's interesting but didactic play
The bouncy and often raunchy score serves the integrity of the era as it propels Tilly and Kate to the end of their entertaining 90-minute visit
a company of expert farceurs appear committed to keeping the Paper Mill's audiences laughing louder and longer than they have in a long time
a taut eighty-minute play in which God's messenger is pitted against the Devil's executioner
A stirring concept concert with narrative segues
This musical may be small in its scope but when compared to some it achieves its own sense of grandness by being both magical and seductive— an unbeatable combination
the characters in Betts’s play deploy their idiosyncrasies as well as defend their ideologies cleverly, and often ruefully.
William Nicholson's 1990 award winner revived off-Broadway
a show in which group participation means more than any anticipation as to what to expect next
Alison Fraser in solo show that delves into dark behavior
Weiner's score is conventionally melodic giving a bright frame for Mill's pleasantly facile and flippant lyrics
a thoroughly worthwhile and memorable experience
worthy revival of George Kelly comedy
a tantalizing and entertaining intrusion into the lives of old buddies and former partners with a past as scam artists
Grab your passport and head for the Shaw Festival's fifty-fifth year in Niagara-on-the-Lake
Claire Lizzimore's play may be providing a heavy dose of the psychotic. But who will complain when its being doled out by the terrific Rebecca Hall.
Claire Lizzimore's play may be providing a heavy dose of the psychotic. But who will complain when its being doled out by the terrific Rebecca Hall
Mary Poppins at the Paper Mill Playhouse
this killer of a play is with verifiable certainty perversely comical
Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage's beautiful play gets a lovely revival
This little known J.B. Priestly 1932 comedy belongs within the once revered "drawing room" genre wherein trifling but also unsettling issues, both romantic and familial, got their due with l…
The exceptionally talented Christian Borle plays Willie Wonka with exhilarating ferocity. .
A recollection triggered by the latest Hello, Dolly on Broadwa
entertaining and terrifically cast Paper Mill Playhouse production.
this British farce glows with antic performances
John Leguizamo turns history professor in his latest solo show Read More
delightfully silly concoction of murder, mystery and mayhem Read More