|Andrèa Burns Talks About "Bad Dates" at George Street Playhouse|
Andrèa Burns sums up what she has just done by paraphrasing a Stephen Sondheim lyric: “We made a hat where there never was a hat.” By that, she means that she and the George Street Playhouse team have created a show for a pandemic audience in a form that has few if any precedents and no real definition.
|Somerset Valley Players To Hold Virtual Zoom Auditions For "The Importance of Being Earnest”|
(HILLSBOROUGH, NJ) -- Somerset Valley Players, Hillsborough’s award-winning community theatre, is looking to fill 9 roles for the classic comedy “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde. A recording of the virtual performance will be streamed in April. Auditions will be held virtually via Zoom by appointment only, on Saturday, February 27, from 10:00am – 3:00pm, and on Sunday, February 28, from 11:00am to 1:00pm.
|DW Dunphy To Release "Charm Offensive" - An Album About Tying Up Loose Ends|
(RED BANK, NJ) -- Introverse Media Ltd. announces the release of singer-songwriter Dw. Dunphy's new album, Charm Offensive, on March 5, his first since 2017's Caldera. It will be available on all the major streaming music services.
|2021 United States Super 8mm Film & Digital Video Festival Winners Announced!|
2021 United States Super 8mm Film & Digital Video Festival Winners
|Art After Hours Highlights Women Artists from the Zimmerli Collections on March 2|
(NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ) -- In recognition of Women's History Month and International Women's Day, the Zimmerli Art Museum and Rutgers Global present Art After Hours: Women on View on March 2. The evening kicks off with a preview of Communism Through the Lens: Everyday Life Captured by Women Photographers in the Dodge Collection, led by Maria Garth, Dodge Fellow at the Zimmerli and Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Art History at Rutgers, who organized this upcoming exhibition.
|Jersey City's Historic Loew's Theatre To Undergo $72 Million Restoration|
(JERSEY CITY, NJ) -- Jersey City Mayor Steven M. Fulop announced a new partnership with Devils Arena Entertainment (DAE), the largest purveyor of entertainment in New Jersey and operator of Prudential Center, one of North America’s top 10 most booked arenas, to move forward on a unique $72 million agreement for the transformative restoration of the historic Loew’s Theatre. The revitalization intends to transform the century-old theatre into a state-of-the-art 3,300-seat venue to attract both superstar and up-and-coming performing artists, serve as an engine of economic development and hub for the local Journal Square community, and expand Jersey City’s growing reputation as an unparalleled arts destination in New Jersey.
|MPAC Events For The Week Of February 22|
(MORRISTOWN, NJ) -- MPAC continues with limited capacity concerts on stage in February, with comedy from Vic DiBitetto. This week the venue also hosts a fascinating talk on the history of hip hop music and a musical about Black History Month. MPAC also offers a variety of virtual concerts and lectures from across the country. Here's a look at events between February 22-28.
|RVCC Women’s Center Sets Virtual Program on Oral Histories from the Mississippi Delta|
(BRANCHBURG, NJ) -- The public is invited to hear “From Grandmother's Kitchen Table: Oral Histories from the Mississippi Delta,” a virtual presentation featuring Pamela Walker, Tuesday, March 30 from 1:00pm-2:20pm. The program is being sponsored by the Raritan Valley Community College Women’s Center.