October Additions to the Posada Photography Web Site

November 05, 2022  •  Leave a Comment

Following is a list of the galleries added to the web site for the month of October

"Come Blow Your Horn" at Kelsey Theatre

Yardley Players is presenting Neil Simon’s hilarious, semi-autobiographical comedy “Come Blow Your Horn” at Mercer County Community College’s Kelsey Theatre.

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"The Rocky Horror Show" at Music Mountain Theatre

The Rocky Horror Show returned to Music Mountain Theatre in Lambertville, NJ

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"Third" at Nutley Little Theatre

Nutley Little Theatre is presenting Third by Wendy Wasserstein

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"The Play That Goes Wrong" at Dover Little Theatre

The smash hit The Play That Goes Wrong is being presented by Dover Little Theatre (DLT)

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The Wag's Halloween Spectacular at The Strand Theatre

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"Dracula" by The Atlantic City Ballet at The Strand

The Atlantic City Ballet performed Dracula at The Strand in Lakewood.  Premiering in the Fall of 2006, Phyllis Papa's choreography is based on the story of Bram Stoker's Dracula. The story takes place in Eastern Europe when a young lawyer, Jonathan Harker is captured and imprisoned by Dracula.

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"Destigmatized" at Studio Playhouse

Studio Players presents Destigmatized at Studio Playhouse in Montclair. Modeled after The Vagina Monologues, Destigmatized has introductory and closing scenes, as well as group scenes based off interviews conducted with the women and uterus owners, and original monologues written and performed by both theatre company’s members.

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"Fly By Night" at Old Library Theatre

Old Library Theatre is presenting Fly By Night. This is a new musical about a star-crossed prophecy. There's a lot of music, just not a lot of light.

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"Machinal" at Hudson Theatre Works

Works presents Machinal by Sophie Treadwell at the Theatre at the Wilson School in Weehawken.  In this 1928 feminist tour-de-force, a young woman struggles to find her place in a society that was not made for her. Treadwell uses theatrical expressionism to portray a world that has become impersonal and unfeeling; a world that only has room for those who are willing to submit and conform.

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"Richard II" at Luna Stage

Luna Stage is presenting the World Premiere of Zachary Elkind’s new adaptation of Shakespeare’s Richard II on the MainStage. Streamlined to a fleet 90 minutes, the play features four actors playing 16 roles, and highlights the humor and urgency of this taut, intimate, heartbreakingly political tragedy.

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"Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens" at Catalyst Theater Company

The Catalyst Theater Company presents Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens at the duCret School of Art in Plainfield. The show finally debuts after a long awaited hiatus due to Covid with a special pre show cabaret every night. 

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"Last of the Red Hot Lovers" at Center Players

Center Players explores love, marriage and infidelity with a production of Neil Simon’s Last of the Red Hot Lovers. The play launched their 2022-23 season at Center Playhouse, 35 South St, in downtown Freehold.

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"Eden Prairie, 1971" at NJ Rep

New Jersey Repertory Company presented the National New Play Network premiere of Eden Prairie, 1971

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"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" at Music Mountain Theatre

Music Mountain Theatre is presented A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder. This knock-'em-dead, uproarious hit was the most Tony-nominated show of the 2014 season with ten nominations and four wins, including Best Musical.

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"Inspecting Carol" at Chatham Community Players

The Chatham Community Players kicked off their 101st Season with the hilarious “Inspecting Carol” by Daniel Sullivan and the Seattle Repertory Theater. 

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"God of Carnage" at Pegasus Theatre Company

Pegasus Theatre Company presenting Yasmina Reza’s scathing hit comedy God of Carnage, known for cleverly turning mundane social situations into riotous comedies, quickly strips away all social niceties in God of Carnage to expose two couples trapped in the chaos of marriage and parenthood.

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"Once On This Island" at CDC Theatre

Cranford’s CDC Theatre presented the Tony Award winning musical Once On This Island. The play comes from the award winning songwriting team of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty (Seussical, Anastasia, Ragtime). This highly original and theatrical Caribbean adaptation of the popular fairy tale, The Little Mermaid, earned eight Tony nominations for its Broadway run, including Best Musical, Book and Score.

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"Murder on the Orient Express" at Surflight Theatre

All aboard! The exotic Orient Express is hurtling down the tracks to a murder! Surflight Theatre presented Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express (adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig)

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John Posada is a New Jersey based freelance photographer specializing in live theatre and music performances. For more than 10 years, John has photographed live music events where he mastered the techniques of timing and capturing fast moving action under challenging lighting conditions to capture that perfect moment that tells a story in a single image. Currently, John has photographed productions for over 30 different theatres. including South Orange PAC (SOPAC), Axelrod PAC, Kelsey Theatre, Music Mountain Theatre, and Spring Lake Theatre to name just a few.


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John is a talented photographer. His ability to capture the essence of the dance makes him stand out among all the professionals who have photographed our company. It is rare to find a photographer who can accomplish this especially during an actual performance.

- Alexandria Pieroni - Managing Director-Atlantic City Ballet

John is a thorough professional and understands the demands of shooting around the rehearsal process. He also sets up great shots. He is always punctual and cooperative, while communicating what he needs to get effective pictures. His work captures the best moments and the energy of live performance.

- Mark Spina, Artistic Director, TheTheaterProject, 973 919-4818

John Posada has been a pleasure to work with. I first knew his work with concerts and his move to theatre has been terrific for us. Theatre companies from community to equity have raved about his photos. We run them all and they get a great response. 

- Gary Wien, Publisher, New Jersey Stage 

As Artistic Director of Axelrod Performing Arts Center, I highly recommend John Posada as a production photographer. He is professional, reliable and talented, and his perfect “in the moment” images speak for themselves. 

- Andrew DePrisco, Artistic Director, Axelrod Performing Arts Center, 732 915-7997

John Posada is an exceptional photographer. He innately understands theater and how to shoot shows. He is unobtrusive in filming, yet comes up with beautiful pictures that portray the extent and emotion of the shows. John is able to capture not only the action of the performances but the essence of the plays. John turns the pictures around quickly, and he is wonderful to work with.

- Catherine LaMoreaux, Artistic Director, DragonflyArts, 908 930-3210

I would like to take this time to let you know how thankful and grateful I was to have John Posada photograph my most recent show, GOD OF CARNAGE at Nutley Little Theatre this past month (December). I have always noticed John's work as many of the local theaters use his services and most recently, our shows of I Ought to Be in Pictures (September) and Third (October/November) were photographed as well. His work demonstrates a professionalism that I haven't seen elsewhere. John worked very closely with me on scheduling for a time that was convenient for myself and my cast and crew. He is prompt, lets me know what he will be doing and how I could arrange the audience seating so he gets the best pictures possible. John captured so many of the moments, that I found hard to capture with my own camera and directorial abilities holding me back, due to the nature of some of the action in the show. His pictures were impeccable. 

- Mead Winters - member and director of Nutley Little Theatre

"It is always a pleasure to work with John. From e-mail communication to welcoming him at the theatre, he is professional, kind, captivates our shows nicely, and has provided a quick turnaround on photos for our productions. Thank You, John!"

- Deven Miller, Music Mountain Theatre

"I was happy to receive confirmation that John would be photographing our inaugural season's play and musical.  These two shows would represent the start of something big and after researching his work, I was sure that this would be an outstanding representation of our show quality and performance venue.  John did not disappoint with the images he provided and permitted us to use for marketing purposes.  He was timely, kind and delivered on all he promised.  I would be happy to work with John again in the future and assure that you will be grateful to work with him as well."

 Jo Ann Ventor, Executive Director/Executive Producer, STAGEWORKS Theatre Group, Inc., (973) 513-9159 

"John is an absolute professional. He shows up early every time I book him. He tours the set and speaks to producers and directors to ensure he is getting the best shots possible. His turn around is the quickest I've ever seen with a photographer, and his pictures are fantastic. He frames every shot beautifully and captures the energy and colors of every production. I've worked with him several times now and his work is always sensational. Cannot recommend enough."

- Emily Miller , Producer at Chatham Playhouse, Marketing & Social Media Coordinator at Studio Playhouse and Artistic Direct of Red Mic Rep.

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