Occasionally we at STAGE get to review a new play. When you have no preconceptions, no prior productions to compare it to, it makes the review even more exciting than usual. And, when the new production is produced by a skilled team like those at the Passage Theatre Company, it […]Read more ›
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With a consistently bittersweet passion, the Passage Theatre Company’s production of THE HISTORY OF LIGHT makes its audience voyeur to a journey of self-discovery across terrain hazardously defined by other peoples’ affection. Accented by tensions of race, politics, family, and love, Eisa Davis’s play travels through history, memory, and dreams […]Read more ›
From the gangland to the courtroom to the stage of Trenton’s Passage Theatre, the story of young Edgar Chocoy proves treacherous, pitiable, and thanks in large part to Jeffrey Solomon and the Houses on the Moon Theater Company’s powerful DE NOVO: BEYOND BORDERS, at all times gripping. A documentary play […]Read more ›
It’s a well-known fact that siblings often do not live in harmony. Children born to the same parents have been known to disagree, to fight, be jealous, covet, harm one another, hurt their parents, move far distances, stay estranged. In this case, there are two “brothers” – both named “Samuel” […]Read more ›