Archive for 'Festivals'

Atlantic City Welcomes the 2017 Garden State Film Festival

Atlantic City Welcomes the 2017 Garden State Film Festival

March 28, 2017—When the GSFF descends on A.C. this weekend, it will include one movie that takes place — and was partially shot — just steps from the screening room in [...]

The 2017 New Jersey Young Filmmakers’ Festival

The 2017 New Jersey Young Filmmakers’ Festival

March 07, 2017—For 43 years, the festival has created a space where students can share their films with a broad audience and develop their skills while exploring the medium. In this [...]

A Tribute to Louis Armstrong at January Thaw Music Fest

A Tribute to Louis Armstrong at January Thaw Music Fest

January 12, 2017—Hot music for a cold month – that’s the idea behind Centenary Stage‘s January Thaw Music Fest in Hackettstown, NJ. Producer Susan Wallner talks with Eddie Allen, leader of [...]

Woody Guthrie and Mozart’s Sister Come To Hackettstown

Woody Guthrie and Mozart’s Sister Come To Hackettstown

November 08, 2016—Centenary Stage Company's Fringe Festival continues November 10-13 when "Hard Travelin’ With Woody," a one-man multimedia play featuring the music and artwork of Woody Guthrie by Randy Noojin, is [...]

Exit 0 Jazz Festival Offers Three Days of Music in Cape May

Exit 0 Jazz Festival Offers Three Days of Music in Cape May

November 02, 2016—The Exit 0 Jazz Festival, Cape May’s two-a-year music celebration, presents its three-day fall festival on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, November 11, 12, and 13. [...]

Art in Motion: The Outlet Dance Project’s Dance on Film Festival at Grounds for Sculpture

Art in Motion: The Outlet Dance Project’s Dance on Film Festival at Grounds for Sculpture

October 25, 2016—The Outlet Dance Project presents its annual two-day festival at Grounds For Sculpture, featuring the Dance on Film Festival on October 28th and the Day of Dance on the [...]

Shakespearian Treasure: Drew University Hosts Nearly 400-Year-Old First Folio of Playwright’s Collected Works

Shakespearian Treasure: Drew University Hosts Nearly 400-Year-Old First Folio of Playwright’s Collected Works

October 04, 2016—The mother of all literary artifacts is coming to Drew University. The first printing of the entirety of William Shakespeare’s plays, known as the First Folio, will be on [...]

Latino Voices Take Center Stage in Crossing Borders Festival

Latino Voices Take Center Stage in Crossing Borders Festival

August 02, 2016—Playwrights, actors and theatre fans will converge at Two River Theater Aug. 3-7 for the annual Crossing Borders Festival, which puts the spotlight on Latino works and voices. [...]

Newark Celebrates 350th With Huge Festival

Newark Celebrates 350th With Huge Festival

May 11, 2016— Newark's Founders Weekend Festival on May 13-15 celebrates the city's arts and culture, people, and revitalization efforts. [...]

Before the Ball Drops — Ring in the New Year with First Night Morris

Before the Ball Drops — Ring in the New Year with First Night Morris

December 29, 2015—First Night Morris features more than 200 artists in 80+ performances -- ranging from dance and comedy to music and children’s performers -- at 24 venues throughout Morristown. [...]