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.
Iwasaki is one of the main creative minds behind a “portable opera” program titled Beloved Prey, which he along with the Traveling Opera Company, will bring to Mercer County Community College.
Westminster Choir College opens the 2016-2017 Faculty Recital Series with a program titled “Songs of Love and Loss” featuring works by composer and pianist Tom T. Shelton, Jr.
The Belcea String Quartet is making a rare visit to the United States to perform works by two great melodicists: Johannes Brahms and Franz Schubert.
“15 Shades of Grey,” a new exhibit featuring works by 15 different artists, is now on display at RWJ Hamilton.
This wildly comic and sometimes touching play features Jake’s flashbacks about the women in his life – that are occasionally interrupted by the actual women.
Palmer Square will host their 25th annual JazzFeast on Sunday, Sept. 18.
Princeton Folk Music Society opens its 2016 – 2017 season with Debra Cowan and John Roberts playing Folk Music for Real Folks.