Monthly Archives: August 2015

No wonder she’s “Nobody’s Girl”

The theme lurking inside “Nobody’s Girl,” the play making its U.S. debut at New Jersey Repertory Company, is hardly original, but it is a valid one: the medium is indeed the message. It is tempting to dismiss Australian playwright Rick … Continue reading

Blog, Professional, Regional

Shaw’s “Misalliance” no misfire at Shakespeare of N J

George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) was a man of many words. His abundance of letters, critiques and essays on political and artistic issues of his day, as well as more than 60 plays, earned him the Nobel Prize for Literature in … Continue reading

Blog, Professional, Regional

Remember Leonard Pelkey? So do I…

A question for those who live in the Central New Jersey Shore area (as do I): Do you remember some years back the disappearance of the 14-year old boy in the Shark River-Neptune area? His hair-dresser mother and teen sister’s … Continue reading

Blog, NY Theater, Off Broadway