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New Jersey Stage: Daily Edition 11-17-22
Here is the morning update from New Jersey's arts newswire. We regularly publish between 8-15 new articles and news reports each day. Nobody covers the Arts throughout the Garden State like New Jersey Stage!
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New Jersey Theatre Alliance Updates Their Website Design
New Jersey Theatre Alliance (“The Alliance”), one of the nation’s largest arts service organizations, has announced they have updated their website at njtheatrealliance.org. The Alliance’s new website provides a one-stop-shop for the public to discover member theatres and their productions across the state and the region.
Center Players presents Short Films Showcase and "It's A Wonderful Life" radio play
(FREEHOLD, NJ) -- Center Players offers two special events at Center Playhouse, 35 South St, in downtown Freehold, NJ this December - A short films showcase and It’s A Wonderful Life Radio Play.
East Lynne Theater Company presents "Christmas Presents from the Past"
"One dollar and eighty-seven cents. That's all I have, and tomorrow is Christmas," sighed Della in "The Gift of the Magi," just one of the stories adapted and performed by Gayle Stahlhuth, who brings to life thirty-plus characters in her memorized, unique tour-de-force storytelling style.
Alex Radus Band and Pyrenesia to bring genre-bending original music to Hopewell Theater on December 9th
(HOPEWELL, NJ) -- Regional favorites, Alex Radus Band and Pyrenesia, will perform an eclectic mix of original music at the Hopewell Theater on Friday, December 9 at 8:00pm.
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New Jersey Youth Symphony Presents Annual Holiday Concert at UCPAC
(RAHWAY, NJ) -- The New Jersey Youth Symphony returns to the Union County Performing Arts Center in Rahway on Sunday, December 11 at 4:00pm to celebrate music, dance, and the holiday season with Danzon, Tango and Bugler’s Holiday! Don't miss this uplifting show that explores dance rhythms across the world and shares the stories behind the music that are universal to the human experience.
NJPAC Announces Winter 2023 Schedule of Jazz Performances
(NEWARK, NJ) -- New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) has announced their Winter 2023 schedule of jazz performances. Shows take place at Bethany Baptist Church, Clement's Place and on NJPAC stages in the Victoria Theater and Prudential Hall.
SEA ARE BEE to perform at The SAINT
(ASBURY PARK, NJ) -- Venerable NJ musician Colie Brice now known artistically as SEA ARE BEE has recently returned to his roots at the Jersey Shore and will be performing at the Saint in Asbury Park on Saturday, December 10, 2022 with his band the New Age Blues Experience. Also on the bill is Tony Tedesco, Gorgo Beach and Lou Montesano.
ZLOCK Performing Arts Center presents "A Holiday Swingin'! A Kat Edmonson Christmas"
(NEWTOWN, PA) -- On Saturday, December 17th, the ZLOCK Performing Arts Center (ZPAC) presents a unique, one-night-only Live Holiday Concert “A Holiday Swingin’! A Kat Edmonson Christmas” with Award-Winning Jazz Vocalist and Songwriter, Kat Edmonson. Edmonson’s Holiday Swingin'! album was included on the NY Times list of "13 Albums That Revisit (and Redefine!) Holiday Classics" and was described by Jazziz as "impeccably hip". “I was inspired to record music that harkened back to my favorite '50s and '60s holiday tunes. The band and I had a ball swingin’ on all these classic songs!” says Kat.
MPAC presents Celtic Angels Christmas
(MORRISTOWN, NJ) -- Enjoy an old-fashioned Irish holiday celebration when Celtic Angels Christmas comes to Mayo Performing Arts Center(MPAC) on Friday, December 9 at 7:30pm. Tickets range from $39-$69.
"Best Concert Ever!" Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue LIVE! at MPAC
Excitement is in the air this Friday, November 4, 2022 at MPAC in Morristown, NJ as music lovers await a live concert by Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue.
D&R Greenway Land Trust teams up with TravelStorysGPS(TM) to create a mobile tour
In late December 1776, George Washington stood on a rocky outcrop high above the Delaware, surveying the land and river below to make sure the boats his men had stashed on an island were hidden from sight. On Christmas night, Washington and his troops manned the boats and crossed the Delaware, then marched south to the Hessian base where they fought and won the Battle of Trenton.