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“Family Ties” Stars to Perform “Love Letters” at Kean Stage

“Family Ties” Stars to Perform “Love Letters” at Kean Stage

February 07, 2019—Michael Gross and Meredith Baxter, who starred as Steven and Elyse Keaton on the popular 1980s sitcom "Family Ties," are back together again, this time in A.R. Gurney’s "Love [...]

“Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical” Premieres at George Street Playhouse

“Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical” Premieres at George Street Playhouse

February 04, 2019—On stage now through February 24 in New Brunswick, “Little Girl Blue“ takes audiences behind the music and into the life of legendary singer Nina Simone. Join Jesse and Dave as [...]

One-Man Show “To My Unborn Child: A Love Letter from Fred Hampton” Comes to Passage Theatre

One-Man Show “To My Unborn Child: A Love Letter from Fred Hampton” Comes to Passage Theatre

January 31, 2019—Black Panther leader Fred Hampton's voice for justice comes alive in Rich Bradford’s play about change, love and legacy. [...]

Emmy-winning South Oranger, Andre Braugher

Emmy-winning South Oranger, Andre Braugher

January 22, 2019—You know his face, his work, his VOICE, but did you know that he is a New Jerseyan?! Learn more about the incomparable Andre Braugher, and his current project [...]

Scott Wolfson and Other Heroes at Riverside Rhythm & Rhyme

Scott Wolfson and Other Heroes at Riverside Rhythm & Rhyme

January 16, 2019—On Sun., Jan. 20, Scott Wolfson and his band will be serving up their unique blend of Americana. The group still considers itself a Jersey City band, though its [...]

It’s “Apple Season” at NJRep

It’s “Apple Season” at NJRep

January 10, 2019—Every family has stories. Some are funny. Some are sweet. And some are never shared. Those are often the most powerful. -- “Apple Season” opens at New Jersey [...]

Mike Davis and The New Wonders

Mike Davis and The New Wonders

January 03, 2019—The New Wonders, a septet led by 26-year-old cornetist Mike Davis, treads in traditional jazz from the Roaring Twenties and then the Great Depression, when brass instruments and crooning [...]