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Review: THE LOST CLAUS Finds Christmas Spirit at the B Street Theatre Photo Review: THE LOST CLAUS Finds Christmas Spirit at the B Street Theatre
by Courtney Symes - Nov 23, 2022

‚ÄėTis the season to be jolly!¬† Unless you‚Äôre Santa, whose ancient body has compiled a laundry list of ailments. Playwright Buck Busfield has imagined a contemporary North Pole in this sweet and salty tale of Christmas hijinks at the B Street Theatre.

The B Street Theatre Presents A Stage Adaptation of the Classic Film CHARADE Photo The B Street Theatre Presents A Stage Adaptation of the Classic Film CHARADE
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 17, 2022

The B Street Theatre presents Charade, the classic romantic whodunit that starred Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn, adapted for the stage in this whirlwind production spanning the globe. The production will run through September 18, 2022.

Photo Flash: First Look at ALABASTER at Capital Stage Photo Photo Flash: First Look at ALABASTER at Capital Stage
by Stephi Wild - Jan 22, 2020

Capital Stage presents the NNPN Rolling World Premiere of ALABASTER by Audrey Cefaly. This marks the largest Rolling World Premiere in NNPN's history with 11 productions being produced in the 2019/20 Season Nation-wide. In her Capital Stage debut, Kristin Clippard will direct this 2018 David Calicchio Emerging American Playwright Prize Winner. The cast will feature Stephanie Altholz, Janet Motenko, and new to Capital Stage: Amy Kelly and Susan Maris. Performances will run from January 22 through February 23, 2020, with a Press Opening on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 8:00 pm.

B Street Theatre Presents a Mysterious Special Production WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT Photo B Street Theatre Presents a Mysterious Special Production WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT
by Rebecca Russo - Oct 16, 2019

No Set. No director. No Rehearsal. Each night, a different actor arrives on stage and is handed a sealed envelope. Together, actor and audience discover the mystery that lies in the envelope.

JCTC Presents The BOX: Privilege Edition Photo JCTC Presents The BOX: Privilege Edition
by Stephi Wild - Mar 25, 2019

A diverse array of performers and performances will be showcased when Jersey City Theater Center (JCTC) concludes its Privilege series with The BOX: Privilege Edition, an evening of music, spoken-word, poetry, multimedia and performances on March 29th at Merseles Studios, 339 Newark Avenue.

New Design Book Some Like It HOT Is a Visual Masterpiece and Offers a... Photo New Design Book Some Like It HOT Is a Visual Masterpiece and Offers a...
by Robert Diamond - Oct 23, 2018

B Street Theatre Extends THE LADIES FOURSOME Due To Popular Demand Photo B Street Theatre Extends THE LADIES FOURSOME Due To Popular Demand
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 17, 2018

The Ladies Foursome was based upon an earlier play by Foster entitled The Foursome, in which four men who are old buddies from college, play 18 holes of golf. Foster shifted the story to feature four women instead of four men, and changed the plot in specific ways to fit his new cast of characters. Ladies Foursome premiered at the Morrisburg Theatre in Montreal, Canada in July of 2014. The show received glowing reviews with many critics claiming that this new Foursome was better than the first. Soon after, the play received an American premiere at the B Street Theatre, and since then has been produced at the Bay Theatre in Baltimore, Theatre Baddeck in Cape Brenton Island, and the Toowoomba Theatre in Canada.

B Street Stages WE'RE GONNA BE OKAY Photo B Street Stages WE'RE GONNA BE OKAY
by Julie Musbach - Jun 28, 2018

We're Gonna Be Okay received its world premiere in the 2017 Humana Festival and was met with rave reviews for its unique way of telling a story many Americans are familiar with, The Cuban Missile Crisis. It later was produced at the American Theatre Company in Chicago and was listed as one of Time Out: Chicago's "24 Shows To See In January." The story follows two average American families during the Cuban Missile Crisis.

THE LADIES FOURSOME Comes to B Street Theatre Photo THE LADIES FOURSOME Comes to B Street Theatre
by A.A. Cristi - May 23, 2018

The Ladies Foursome was based upon an earlier play by Foster entitled The Foursome, in which four men who are old buddies from college, play 18 holes of golf. Foster shifted the story to feature four women instead of four men, and changed the plot in specific ways to fit his new cast of characters. Ladies Foursome premiered at the Morrisburg Theatre in Montreal, Canada in July of 2014. The show received glowing reviews with many critics claiming that this new Foursome was better than the first. Soon after, the play received an American premiere at the B Street Theatre, and since then has been produced at the Bay Theatre in Baltimore, Theatre Baddeck in Cape Brenton Island, and the Toowoomba Theatre in Canada.

B Street Theatre Presents Chelsea Marcantel's AIRNESS Photo B Street Theatre Presents Chelsea Marcantel's AIRNESS
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 23, 2018

Chelsea Marcantel is not an air guitarist. Nor is she a part of an air guitar shredding family. She found the world through a former boyfriend she met in Chicago. "I thought...this is the dumbest thing I've ever heard." The relationship did not work out, however, Marcantel found herself going down a "Youtube Wormhole" of air guitar performances. And after watching the acclaimed documentary Air Guitar Nation, she began writing a play about the world of imaginary soloing.

Amy Kelly Videos

STAGE TUBE: John Sparger, Brian Claussen and More in New Line's BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON - Video Highlights!
by Stage Tube - Oct 11, 2012

Just in time for election season, New Line Theatre, 'the bad boy of musical theatre,' opens its 22nd season of alternative, adult musical theatre with the St. Louis premiere of the outrageous rock musical BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON, now running through Oct. 20, 2012. An outrageous, audacious, hard-rocking mix of historical fact and fiction redefines America's controversial seventh President, through a time-bending funhouse mirror that reveals the jacked-up political landscape of America in 2012. Get a first look at highlights from the production below.

STAGE TUBE: Interviews with Taylor Pietz, Zak Farmer and D. Mike Bauer of New Line's BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON
by Stage Tube - Sep 26, 2012

The 22nd season at New Line Theatre opens with alternative, adult musical theatre with the St. Louis premiere of the outrageous rock musical BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON, running Sept. 27-Oct. 20, 2012. Performances are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings, at 8:00 p.m. BroadwayWorld has various interviews with Taylor Pietz, Zak Farmer and D. Mike Bauer from the cast. Check out the videos below!