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'Of Good Stock' Off Broadway Review: Three More Sisters

'Of Good Stock' Off Broadway Review: Three More Sisters
BY MICHAEL SOMMERS
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
OFF BROADWAY REVIEW

Have you ever noticed that sisters tend to come in threes in famous plays?

There is Chekhov’s “Three Sisters,” of course. King Lear’s three different daughters. The trio known as “The Sisters Rosensweig.” And let’s not forget that batty Southern threesome in “Crimes of the Heart” and those middle-aged siblings who battle through “August: Osage County.”

Playwright Melissa Ross presents three more sisters in “Of Good Stock,” her pleasant -- though scarcely fresh or consequential -- new comedy-drama that Manhattan Theater Club currently offers at New York City Center Stage I.

The quarrelsome offspring of a celebrated he-man novelist and his long-suffering wife, both dead, the Stockton sisters and their mates gather at their family’s summer home on Cape Cod for what proves to be a tempestuous weekend.

 

Teaneck Celebrity Chef Danielle Saunders Helps Launch “Food Fighters” Thursday premiere on NBC

Teaneck Celebrity Chef Danielle Saunders Helps Launch “Food Fighters”  Thursday premiere on NBC
BY WINNIE BONELLI
SPECIAL TO NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Coconut oil, grapefruit, kale, and pineapple – those are the four indispensable ingredients Teaneck’s celebrity chef Danielle Saunders often relies on ...

'Shows for Days' Off Broadway Review: A Writer's Sentimental Journey Into His Beginnings

'Shows for Days' Off Broadway Review: A Writer's Sentimental Journey Into His Beginnings
BY MICHAEL SOMMERS
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
OFF BROADWAY REVIEW

“Shows for Days” is Douglas Carter Beane’s funny, sweet-natured, semi-autobiographical play about a 14 year-old suburban kid who gets involved...

"Escobar: Paradise Lost" Gets Godfather Treatment

BY MIRIAM RINN
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
MOVIE REVIEW

Considering that “The Godfather” is one of the most beloved and admired movies ever made, it is not surprising that young filmmakers pay it the complimen...

Movie Review: Arab Israeli Student Tries to Belong in "A Borrowed Identity"

Movie Review: Arab Israeli Student Tries to Belong in
BY MIRIAM RINN
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

For some, Eran Riklis’s “A Borrowed Identity” will be a disquieting portrait of the reality of life for the Arab citizens of Israel. The film, written by well known ...

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