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Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Classic “Carousel”at Algonquin Arts

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Classic “Carousel”at Algonquin Arts

May 18, 2017—A classic musical by the sea. Algonquin Arts Theatre presents Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Carousel" through May 21. [...]

Music, Dance and Collaboration Brings “Carmina Burana” to Life in Princeton

Music, Dance and Collaboration Brings “Carmina Burana” to Life in Princeton

May 16, 2017—Three Garden State-based arts organizations—Princeton Pro Musica, Princeton Girlchoir and Roxey Ballet—team up for a performance of "Carmina Burana" on May 21. [...]

Rowan’s “How Food Moves” Exhibit Invites Viewers to Think Critically about Food Systems

Rowan’s “How Food Moves” Exhibit Invites Viewers to Think Critically about Food Systems

May 10, 2017—“How Food Moves,” on view through May 27 at the Rowan University Art Gallery, encourages audiences to “see” how the U.S. food supply travels to its destination. [...]

A Ballet (and a Company) for All to Love — Roxey Ballet’s Sensory Friendly “Cinderella”

A Ballet (and a Company) for All to Love — Roxey Ballet’s Sensory Friendly “Cinderella”

May 02, 2017—On Saturday, May 6 at 1:00 p.m., Roxey Ballet will present a relaxed, sensory-friendly performance of “Cinderella” at TCNJ’s Kendall Theater in Ewing. [...]

Montclair Film Festival 2017

Montclair Film Festival 2017

April 27, 2017—Let’s all go to the movies! The sixth annual Montclair Film​ Festival opens this weekend with more than 150 films from artists around the world. This 10-day celebration of film [...]

Paper Mill Playhouse Presents Sensory-Friendly Performance of “Charlotte’s Web”

Paper Mill Playhouse Presents Sensory-Friendly Performance of “Charlotte’s Web”

April 25, 2017—"Charlotte's Web" is one of the many performances that Paper Mill puts on every year that are designed for families with children who have autism and other special needs. [...]

Westminster Choir: Anthracite Fields

Westminster Choir: Anthracite Fields

April 12, 2017—On April 21 and 22, Westminster Choir College of Rider University will perform Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterwork “Anthracite Fields” with Bang on a Can All-Stars at the Roebling [...]

Roxey Ballet Premieres “Mowgli,” The Jungle Book Ballet

Roxey Ballet Premieres “Mowgli,” The Jungle Book Ballet

April 20, 2014—Travel on a safari adventure with the Roxey Ballet as they premiere “Mowgli,” The Jungle Book Ballet. Based on Rudyard Kipling's classic tale, this whimsical production features original music [...]

Making a Splash with a New Audience: Autism-Friendly “Little Mermaid” Performance at Paper Mill Playhouse

Making a Splash with a New Audience: Autism-Friendly “Little Mermaid” Performance at Paper Mill Playhouse

June 18, 2013—On June 26, Paper Mill Playhouse, with assistance from Autism Friendly Spaces, Inc., will be offering an “autism-friendly” performance of “Disney’s The Little Mermaid,” a spirited musical reimagining of [...]

Be transported to Cirque du Soleil’s amazing world of TOTEM

Be transported to Cirque du Soleil’s amazing world of TOTEM

May 28, 2013—Cirque du Soleil's TOTEM traces the fascinating journey of the human species from its original amphibian state to its ultimate desire to fly. Culture Vultures caught up with local [...]