Under the leadership of Artistic Director David Saint since 1998, and Kelly Ryman — Managing Director since 2013, the Playhouse produces groundbreaking new works, inspiring productions of the classics, and hit Broadway plays and musicals that speak to the heart and mind, with an unwavering commitment to producing new work. As New Brunswick’s first producing theatre, George Street Playhouse became the cornerstone of the revitalization of the City’s arts and cultural landscape. With its 45-year history of producing nationally renowned theatre, the Playhouse continues to fill a unique theatre and arts education role in the city, state and greater metropolitan region.
George Street Playhouse presents Emmy Award-winning writer and actress Renée Taylor's solo show, where she looks back on a life full of memorable roles in Hollywood and on Broadway, and just as many fad diets.
In George Street's new musical, Joe Margolis and his young son open an old box of letters that transport Joe back to Brooklyn and the summer of 1942. Directed by two-time Tony nominee Jeff Calhoun.