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George St. Playhouse’s ‘Mama’s Boy’ family drama about Lee Harvey Oswald

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If you think Mama Rose from “Gypsy” is a stage mother from Hell, you should meet Marguerite Oswald, mother of John F. Kennedy’s  assassin Lee Harvey Oswald.

In “Mama’s Boy,” a family drama by Rob Urbinati that continues through Nov. 6 at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, you wonder why her youngest son didn’t turn his rifle on a mother   who never stops interfering, being bossy, critical or condescending to those closest to her. Continue reading George St. Playhouse’s ‘Mama’s Boy’ family drama about Lee Harvey Oswald

George Street Playhouse ticket discount sale; save $20 today only

George Street Playhouse one-day deal for discounted tickets.

I like to think of George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick as the state’s equivalent of a cool off-Broadway theater where  interesting, fun, thoughtful shows are staged and the unexpected happens.

If that entices you, take  advantage of the today-only $20 ticket discount in honor of artistic director David Saint’s 20th anniversary with the professional regional theater.  Under his guidance GSP has become a theater that takes chances, mounts new work and sends shows into NYC.

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