Every 28 Hours, a theater project inspired by the hotly-debated statistic that a black person is killed by the police, security guards, or neighborhood watch vigilantes every 28 hours in the United States, is coming to McCarter Theatre.
What’s happening this month in Princeton?
Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s concert will feature the world premiere of “Is it enough? Perhaps It Is,” a piece commissioned by PSO from London-born composer Julian Grant.
New plays, a collaboration between an orchestra and theater company, a city-wide arts event, and professional dance performances are all part of the Trenton arts season heating up this month.
John Eason, a Ewing resident who specializes in images from popular culture, or “fan art,” is the featured artist at Ewing Town Hall for the month of October.
Mike Bender never considered himself a handy guy, but plenty of his handiwork adorns the walls of homes and offices throughout the region, and more every month.
Dan Kassel and Kaitlin Deering Kassel opened the Hopewell Creative Arts Studio in the spring. Located on Seminary Avenue, the studio hosts art galleries, art and music workshops, yoga classes and an array of speakers.
Just in time for the 2016 elections, Rider University Musical Theatre will present George and Ira Gershwin’s Pulitzer Prize-winning satire on presidential politics Of Thee I Sing.
Crisp outdoor weather and warm creative interiors will again beckon art lovers to Trenton this November, as the fifth annual Art All Day returns.
Jekyll & Hyde the Musical is coming to the Open Air Theatre stage for a three-weekend run to close out the 2016 season.