A moving, strongly acted and directed production of Shakespeare’s remarkably timely play about the dangers of prejudice and greed.
The actors do a stunning job with two-time Pulitzer-winner Lynn Nottage’s early play, Intimate Apparel. The story itself is a bit predictable and manner of telling it strangely low-energy, though the cast sparkles.
Agatha Christie’s popular Murder on the Orient Express brought to the stage for the first time by award-winning playwright Ken Ludwig.
Part murder-mystery, part big-stage political story, this intriguing new play, set in Southeast China in 1943 involves the U.S.-China airmen, the Flying Tigers, with the Japanese on the horizon and Mao’s Communists on the march.
This fresh production of Charles Dickens’s classic holiday tale is pure family entertainment.
Dylan Thomas’s classic celebration of small town life, family, and simple Christmas joys brought to life on stage as a heartwarming musical.
When the succession to the English throne is contested, Henry II and his French queen, the powerful Eleanor of Aquitaine use their three sons as pawns in a dangerous power game.
A riveting examination of how a misguided, overbearing, and needy mother smothers her youngest son, who happens to be presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. “She never believed her son was a monster–but was she the cause?”
Riveting exploration of the effects of identity politics on even successful people, perhaps more relevant today even than when it was written four years ago.
The duplicitous Richard III comes to life in all his bloody glory in this fast-paced production of Shakespeare’s classic tale of villainy and ambition.
Thematically complex and emotionally satisfying new play by Pulitzer Prize-winner Nilo Cruz. Superb acting brings a Cuban exile family to life. Strong on humor and humanity.
Actors speaking from the heart about their craft and its place in a changing society. Powerful performances in this award-winning, exciting play.
The playwright called it “an apprenticeship in dying.” Critics called it a tragi-comedy. Audience opinions vary wildly. The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s intriguing and beautifully acted production of Eugène Ionesco’s absurdist masterpiece Exit the King lets you to make up your own mind.
Coriolanus at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey: A riveting production of The Bard’s most political play—timely, thought-provoking theater worth seeing.
A bawdy 97-minute romp through Shakespeare’s canon. Outdoor theater that’s a picnic (and bring one!).