A trio of finely tuned actors make "A Moon to Dance By" a compelling theatrical experience.
Robert L. Daniels
The Paper Mill Playhouse is back doing what it does best with "On the Town."
A laborious postmortem of a recently deceased landscaper and a life assessed by his family.
Mid-summer madness prevails at the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey.
Just when the fine art of jazz singing seems doomed, Krall's cool, understated presence mark her as the keeper of the flame.
An unsettling violent edge is ever-present in this suspenseful if unsatisfying profile of teenage terror.
Tuner inspired by the 1997 Brit pic seems a lot less shocking these days.
Charles Aznavour has returned to the stage for a four-night stand with his catalog of French chanson.
Four Brooklyn women on the home front during WWII create a warming bond of friendship.
A great deal of champagne is poured but the fizz is in short supply in "New Year's Eve."
Hear! Hear! The Continental Congress has assembled at Paper Mill Playhouse.
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