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Opportunities

Internship ProgramMcCarter Theater is accepting applications for its internship program from August to June, 2013. Internships are available in business office, company and general management, company store, costume and...

Two Performance Venues Reinvent Themselves

In its early years, the venerable 72-year-old Bucks County Playhouse was the theater where many shows played before heading to Broadway. Last year, it made headlines when management announced...

Monday, January 30: Community Works Joins Volunteers & Nonprofits

‘Community Works is unique in the world of nonprofits for its range of offerings, the wide audience it attracts, and the terrific volunteer pool that organizes it each year,”...

Bill Scheide Turns 98

It’s become a Princeton tradition among classical music enthusiasts — musician, philanthropist, and humanitarian William H. Scheide’s annual birthday concert at Richardson Auditorium. Each year, Scheide and his wife,...

What Is a Painting Without a Viewer?

In 1998 theater director Anders Cato was living in New York when he got some terrible news from his family back home in Sweden. His sister, who was nine...

Deaths

Robin J. Mundhenk, 58, on January 17. She was an employee of Trumpf Photonics of Cranbury for the last 10 years.John Casmir Sienkiewicz, 78, on January 3. A graduate...

U.S. 1 Crashes a Party: Night Out with NAMI

"In 2011, NAMI Mercer impacted the lives of 4,000 people and continued to address the issue of stigma surrounding mental illness. Our outreach programs to schools, colleges, companies,...

When Pencils and Markers Are the Tools of Healing

Our September 21, 2011, cover story told the story of Lonni Sue Johnson, a highly successful artist based in Princeton who, in late 2007, suddenly contracted viral encephalitis, an...

Theater Review: ‘The Convert’

In Danai Gurira's powerful and gripping new play set in 1895 through 1897 in the region of South Africa that had recently been officially named Southern Rhodesia, an exceptionally...

Connecting Performer and Audience in a Word

Westminster Choir, the high profile 46-member ensemble at Westminster Choir College of Rider University, adds a new dimension to concert-going in a performance on Monday, January 30, at Richardson...

Trending Stories

How Trenton ‘Won’ Amazon’s HQ2 Battle

Imagine 8 million square feet in five closely connected campuses. Trenton's Amazon plan didn’t make the finals, but it uncovered some hidden assets within the city.