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The Zimmerli Museum’s exhibition “Becoming John Marin” provides an opportunity to look anew at the groundbreaking artist and reflect on the creation of modern art in America — as well as the fickleness of reputation.
“Interference Fringe” includes 27 sculptures in a range of media: found objects, appropriated industrial machines, carved stone and wood, cast bronze, and works embedded in concrete and coated in bone meal.
“Dial ‘M’ for Murder” is a chestnut, a ripe and tasty one, from the 1950s, when mysteries or thrillers were as well-made as other plays and in which full-bodied characterization was given the same importance as plot.
Participate in the NJ Storytelling Festival, theater for teenagers, and more.
The Princeton Symphony reaches its current season’s climax with “Mango Suite,” a world premiere collaboration by composer Derek Bermel and writer Sandra Cisneros, author of the novel “The House on Mango Street.”