by George Bernard Shaw
at The Shakespeare Theatre of NewJersey
August 5  - August 29, 2015
Scenic Design by Brian Clinnin
Costumes by Tilly Grimes
Lighting by Andrew Hungerford
Sound by Toby Algya
Photography by Jerry Dalia

Brown-Fried, who recently earned plaudits as the director of the National Asian American Theatre Company (NAATCO) production of Clifford Odets’s Awake and Sing, has both cornered and captured the rascally heart of this irrevocably clever play.

Considerable credit is due Mr. Brown-Fried for his fearless, free-wheeling approach to a play that could easily drown in its own polemics. The actors have all responded with a unity of playfulness and of common purpose.
— CurtainUp
Prepare to laugh out loud. A dynamic presentation of George Bernard Shaw’s Misalliance is now at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey (STNJ) through August 30th. Directed by Stephen Brown-Fried, the staging and tempo of the show is exceptional. The play has not been performed at STNJ for 40 years. Welcome this gem of a show to the Madison stage. Misalliance will top off your summer entertainment.
— BroadwayWorld.com