Crossroads Theatre

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Theatre in New Brunswick, New Jersey, located in the city's Civic Square government and theatre district.

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The Colored Museum

A performance of Macbeth (2018)

The Colored Museum is a play written by George C. Wolfe that premiered at Crossroads Theatre in 1986, directed by L. Kenneth Richardson.

New Brunswick, New Jersey

City in Middlesex County, New Jersey, United States.

The Committee of Hungarian Churches and Organizations of New Brunswick commemorating the anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956
The Gateway Project under construction
College Avenue, a juxtaposition of old and new structures
New Brunswick station and The Gateway, a transit-oriented development
First Reformed Church, bullt in 1812, long the tallest building in the city
National Bank of New Jersey, 1908
Looking north from the corner of New and George Streets. The Heldrich Center is on the left.
The "Grease Trucks" at Rutgers University's College Avenue campus
City Hall
Route 18 northbound in New Brunswick, the primary highway providing access to the city
Southbound platform of New Brunswick's NJ Transit train station. University Center at Easton Avenue is in the background.
Panorama of New Brunswick station track to New York City
The Heldrich in Downtown New Brunswick
Actor Michael Douglas
Gymnast Laurie Hernandez at the 2016 Summer Olympics
R&B singer Jaheim
Phil Radford, former executive director of Greenpeace USA
Former NFL quarterback Joe Theismann
Old Queens, the oldest building at Rutgers University
Building the Streetcar line, around 1885
Albany Street Bridge, 1903
Aerial view of New Brunswick, 1910

In 2017 it was announced that a new building that would include a performing arts center would be built on the site of the George Street Playhouse and Crossroads Theatre and would include 25 stories of residential and office space.

Jitney (play)

Play by American playwright August Wilson.

Over the next four years there were up to 20 productions nationwide, many with the same core cast as in Pittsburgh, including the 1997 production at the Crossroads Theatre in New Jersey, which was directed by Walter Dallas, and the 1998 production at Boston's Huntington Theatre Company, directed by McClinton.

Civic Square, New Brunswick

Government district in downtown New Brunswick, the county seat of Middlesex County, New Jersey.

Middlesex County Courthouse
County Administration Building (left) and rear facade of County Courthouse (right)
Skyline Tower, the former Administration Building
Family Courthouse
Former County Court House

South of New Brunswick Station, it is bounded by the city's theater district, which includes the Mason Gross School of the Arts, the State Theatre, the Crossroads Theatre, George Street Playhouse and the Livingston Avenue Historic District which includes the Henry Guest House and the Willow Grove Cemetery.

It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues

Musical written by Charles Bevel, Lita Gaithers, Randal Myler, Ron Taylor, and Dan Wheetman.

The Black Crook was a hit musical in 1866.

It was originally produced at The Denver Center for the Performing Arts and later presented by the Crossroads Theatre, in association with San Diego Repertory Theatre and Alabama Shakespeare Festival in New York City at the New Victory Theatre, Lincoln Center and Broadway's Ambassador Theater, where it garnered five Tony Award nominations, including Best Musical.

Ron Taylor (actor)

American actor, singer and writer.

Taylor as Coach Wingate in Twin Peaks

It played at the Crossroads Theatre in New Jersey for seven weeks in November 1998 and opened off-Broadway at New York's New Victory Theater in March 1999, presented by Crossroads Theatre, in association with San Diego Repertory Theatre and Alabama Shakespeare Festival.

Ricardo Khan

American playwright and theater director of African and Indian descent.

Ricardo Khan in Trinidad, January 2019

He co-founded the Tony Award winning and highly influential Crossroads Theatre Company of New Jersey, and is an acclaimed director on both American and International stages.

King Block (New Brunswick, New Jersey)

Historic building located on Memorial Parkway in New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States.

The block in 1988

The Crossroads Theater Company used the building until 1991, when the company moved from King Block to Monument Square.

Peter Hayes (actor)

Sydney based, British trained, Australian television, film and theatre actor and director.

From top, left to right: Melbourne skyline, Flinders Street Station, Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Royal Exhibition Building, Princes Bridge with Federation Square and St Paul's Cathedral.

1994 Fireworks - The Fireraisers by Max Frisch & Fire Downunder by Pavel Kahout] at the Crossroads Theatre

The Darker Face of the Earth

Verse play written by Rita Dove.

1994 edition (Story Line Press)

It was thereafter performed at the Crossroads Theatre in New Brunswick, New Jersey and at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. In 1999 it had its London premiere at the Royal National Theatre.