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Auditions Tonight for Villagers’ Holiday Offering

Auditions Tonight for Villagers’ Holiday Offering

Auditions for the Villagers Theatre KidsVill holiday show, “Crystal and the Christmas Snowman,” continue at 7 p.m. at the Villagers Theatre, DeMott Lane. Callbacks, if necessary, will be held Oct. 24. The characters are as follows: Josh- 9-11 years old Jessica-11-13 years old Lauren- 13-15 years old Stan the Weather Man- 25+ Father/Foster the Snowman- […]

‘Gettin’ the Band Back Together’ Opens at George Street Playhouse

‘Gettin’ the Band Back Together’ Opens at George Street Playhouse

A fast-paced story of a Jersey Boy’s reclamation of a teenage dream officially opens Oct. 4 at the George Street Playhouse, 9 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick. “Gettin’ the Band Back Together” is the story of Mitch, a 40-year-old recently laid off from his Wall Street job, who’s forced to return to his childhood home of […]

Deadline Looms for Villagers’ New Playwrights Series Submissions

The deadline for aspiring playwrights to submit their scripts to the Villagers New Playwrights Series is Oct.15. Selected straight plays will be presented as staged readings in the Zaidi Black Box Theatre from February to March, 2014, according to the program’s Web site. The series is intended to “provide playwrights with an opportunity to glimpse […]

‘God of Carnage’ Opening at Villagers This Weekend

The Yasmina Reza dark comedy, “God of Carnage,” begins its three-weekend run at Villagers Theatre on Sept. 20. The play focuses on a playground fight between two boys that leads to a meeting of their parents to resolve the situation. The meet starts civilly, but soon degenerates into “a free-for-all of insults, tantrums and tears,” […]

Whitehouse Wind Symphony Featured in Senior Center Benefit

The Quail Brook Senior Center is the beneficiary of a free concert 7:30 p.m. by the Whitehouse Wind Symphony at Franklin High School, 500 Elizabeth Ave. The benefit concert will be the symphony’s season kick-off. The concert, sponsored by the Somerset County Office on Aging and Disability Services, will feature refreshments and a free-will offering. […]

‘Greater Tuna’ Comes to the Villagers Barn Theatre

Tickets are still available for the limited weekend engagement of “Greater Tuna,” the two-man play set in the fictional town of Tuna, Texas, at the Villagers Barn Theatre, DeMott Lane. “Greater Tuna” is actually the first in a series of four comedies set in that fictional burb, with the others being “A Tuna Christmas,” “Red, […]