Monthly Archives: September 2014

Rhyming couplets and home cooking on NJ stages…

French dramatist Jean-Baptiste Poquelin (better-known as Moliere)’s plays marked the beginning of modern French comedy. Moliere went beyond Commedia dell’ Arte stereotypes, creating characters and situations audiences could identify with rather than just observe. Two River Theater Company’s well-conceived production … Continue reading


Share a room at the Wayside

Fortunately for the production budget of “The Wayside Inn,” all the rooms in the play’s eponymous motel are laid out the same, which allows several character studies to play out on the same set – sometimes at the same time. … Continue reading

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