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John Anthony Torres and Monica Wyche in
Premiere Stages' production of Scab. Photos by Mike Peters.
Rave Reviews for
Spread the word! Scab is
a particularly significant play as it addresses current changes in the
labor market and smartly presents multiple perspectives. Make it a part of
your September entertainment schedule...the perfect example of why we go to
the theatre, to be informed and entertained.
If you are a fan of real-life, salt of
the earth, gritty drama—and even if you just like fine theater—you will not
want to miss Scab...given
its relevance, fine acting, consummate directing, terrific production
values, it's something you'll be talking and thinking about long after the
stage lights have come down.
is made possible in part through funding from W. John Bauer and Nancy
Boucher, The New Jersey State Council on the Arts, The Geraldine R. Dodge
Foundation, The Shubert Foundation, The Dubose and Dorothy Heyward
Foundation, The Northfield Bank Foundation, The Hyde and Watson Foundation,
The Union Foundation, E.J. Grassmann Trust, Carole Shaffer-Koros and Robert
Koros, ExxonMobil Foundation, The New Jersey Theatre Alliance, Investors
Foundation, The Union County HEART Grant and through the generous support
of individual patrons and local organizations. Discover Jersey Arts is our
marketing partner. Visit www.jerseyarts.com
for more information about other arts programming happening around the
Premiere Stages is committed to producing topical plays and interactive
programs that reflect a diverse group of individuals from all ethnic and
racial backgrounds, national origins, nationalities, ancestry, religious
groups, gender expression or identities, sexual orientation, political
beliefs, ages, abilities and disabilities.