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Mile Square Theatre in Hoboken Offers Classes on Speaking, Acting and Improv

If you’ve ever considered acting or if you’re looking to expand your skills, check out some acting classes now being offered by the Mile Square Theatre, based at the Monroe Center for the Arts, 720 Monroe St., Hoboken. In this … Continue reading

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Theatrical Reviews: ‘The Pavilion,’ ‘The Memory of Water’

Recently I went to some awesome plays in the area. Here are my thoughts. Mile Square Theatre’s “The Pavilion” 720 Monroe St., Hoboken. Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., Sundays at 3 p.m. Ends April 29. Tickets $30, $18 students/seniors. … Continue reading

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‘The Pavilion’ to premiere in Hoboken

I interviewed Chris O’Connor, the Founder and Artistic Director of the Hoboken-based Mile Square Theatre, about their upcoming production, “The Pavilion” by Craig Wright, for The Jersey Journal. Like the characters in the play, O’Connor will be reuniting with a … Continue reading

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Mile Square Theatre’s ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ gives fresh feel to classic tale

I got tickets for the opening night at Mile Square Theatre’s production of “It’s a Wonderful Life” in Hoboken, one of the three different productions of the show in Hudson County this year. I had a great time and wrote … Continue reading

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Passionate, humorous take on bullying reveals human nature in ‘God of Carnage’

I wrote the advance for the Mile Square Theatre production of the Tony Award-winning play, “God of Carnage,” in Hoboken and then went to see the show with my theater buddy Khier Casino. Here is my review. (See it as … Continue reading

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