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Current Season

Play review: ‘Charlotte’s Web’ at Tri-State Actors Theater

Play review: ‘Charlotte’s Web’ at Tri-State Actors Theater Young actors enliven musical version of E.B. White’s fable By James F. Cotter For the Times Herald-Record August 13, 2008 SUSSEX, N.J. — “Charlotte’s Web” by E.B. White is a fable about the power of words. A pig named Wilbur is destined to become baked ham when...
Who's That 'Girl'? Cause for laughs at Tri-State Actors Theater

Who’s That ‘Girl’? Cause for laughs at Tri-State Actors Theater

Times Herald Record–Lifestyle Who’s That ‘Girl’? Cause for laughs at Tri-State Actors Theater Play review: ‘The Star-Spangled Girl’ at Tri-State Actors Theater in Sussex, N.J. By James Cotter June 13, 2008 Sussex, N.J. — Three’s a crowd in Neil Simon’s slapstick comedy “The  Star-Spangled Girl” at the Tri-State Theater.Andy Hobart and Norman  Cornell publish an offbeat protest magazine called Fallout...

Review: THE GLASS MENAGERIE

Review: THE GLASS MENAGERIE THE TIMES HERALD RECORD by Marcus KalipolitesLaura may be a crippled and shy young lady and mother Amanda may live the fantasy of being a sought-after Southern belle who boasts about past gentlemen callers, but it falls on Tom to provide for this dysfunctional family during the Great Depression. And so...
A "LITTLE" MOUSE STANDS TALL IN SUSSEX

A “LITTLE” MOUSE STANDS TALL IN SUSSEX

From the TIMES HERALD-RECORD Play review: ‘Stuart Little’ By James F. Cotter August 04, 2007        Sussex, N.J. — “I’m Headed in the Right Direction” sings the mouse Stuart Little at the climax of “Stuart Little,” a musical based on the children’s book by E.B. White. The story has been artfully adapted for the stage by...

ERICA’S LAST MISSION FACES FAMILY CRISIS (Review) 2001

THEATER  DAILY RECORD. JULY 6. 2001 BY DEBRA SCACCIAFERRO BRANCHVILLE - Canadian playwright Tevia Abrams packs a lot of issues -maybe too many - into the world premiere of “Erica’s Last Mission.”  But the play, which runs for only three more performances tonight through Sunday at the Tri-State Actors Theater at the Garris Center Theater...