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Sound Garden: Installations by John Morton and Jacqueline Shatz at the Morris Museum

Sound Garden: Installations by John Morton and Jacqueline Shatz at the Morris Museum

January 24, 2019—Composer John Morton has created interactive installations using sound in Central Park,  Governors Island and now the Morris Museum, where two of his pieces can be “played” through February [...]

Garland Jeffreys at SOPAC

Garland Jeffreys at SOPAC

December 20, 2018—At the age of 75, singer-songwriter Garland Jeffreys continues to rock. The Brooklyn native got his start in New York City’s club scene in the mid-60s, and had a [...]

Grammy Winner Terri Lyne Carrington at TD James Moody Jazz Festival

Grammy Winner Terri Lyne Carrington at TD James Moody Jazz Festival

November 08, 2018—Drummer, leader, and composer Terri Lyne Carrington made history as the first woman to win a Grammy for Best Instrumental Jazz for her album “Money Jungle: Provocative in Blue.” [...]

An Artist Asks “The 20 Most Important Scientific Questions of the 21st Century”

An Artist Asks “The 20 Most Important Scientific Questions of the 21st Century”

October 30, 2018—Tonight, Tuesday, October 30,  at Douglass Library at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, a mother and her daughter – one an artist, the other a scientist – will have [...]

Maria Mazziotti Gillan at the Dodge Poetry Festival

Maria Mazziotti Gillan at the Dodge Poetry Festival

September 20, 2018—The Dodge Poetry Festival is the largest poetry event in North America. Paterson-based poet Maria Mazziotti Gillan will be reading on Thursday and Friday of the four-day festival taking [...]

“Bright Star” at Surflight Theatre

“Bright Star” at Surflight Theatre

September 04, 2018—Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s Broadway musical “Bright Star” has come to Surflight Theatre in Beach Haven. The comedian and the songwriter created the show after collaborating on a [...]

“Uncommon Women and Others” at Princeton Summer Theater

“Uncommon Women and Others” at Princeton Summer Theater

July 19, 2018—Wendy Wasserstein’s best known play, “The Heidi Chronicles,” won both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play in 1989. Many of the themes of [...]

48 Blocks Atlantic City Arts Celebration

48 Blocks Atlantic City Arts Celebration

June 21, 2018—Looking for a way to celebrate the start of the summer season? Beginning Friday, June 22, all 48 blocks of Atlantic City will be buzzing with hands-on art projects, [...]

“Caged” at Passage Theatre

“Caged” at Passage Theatre

May 03, 2018—“Caged” is a play based on the experiences of incarcerated men in New Jersey. It’s written by the New Jersey Prison Cooperative, a group of men who met in [...]

“The Sting” at Paper Mill Playhouse

“The Sting” at Paper Mill Playhouse

April 26, 2018—The new musical “The Sting,” now entering its last weekend at Paper Mill Playhouse, was pretty much totally sold out before it even opened. A musical adaptation of the [...]