Before there was Hollywood, there was New Jersey — really.
While Adam Immerwahr’s intelligent, suspenseful production of “Sleuth” unveiled its cat-and-mouse tricks on the McCarter Theater’s Matthews stage, you would never know there was any story in the world, or in Princeton, besides Anthony Shaffer’s engrossing 1970 duel of gamesmanship between two canny players.
Princeton-based poet Ellen Foos collects toilet paper. Or more accurately, she collects something related to the product: the not-so-fine art of toilet paper wrappers.
Noted area sculptor and Grounds For Sculpture founder John Seward Johnson, Jr. died of cancer on March 10 at his winter home in Key West, Florida. He was 89.
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“Annelies” sports a libretto by Melanie Challenger, who distilled the text from “Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl.”
Baritone saxophonist, bandleader, arranger, and composer Jack Furlong feels blessed for a lot of reasons.
I am standing barefoot in the back of St. Patrick’s Basilica on an island in the northwest of Ireland. The path to this moment opens when my Irish cousin Patrick Lohan invites me to join him on a trip to Lough Derg.
"Deaths of Despair" is an investigation of the rise of mortality rates among of white Americans between the ages of 25 to 64 and its place in a larger and more disturbing social trend.
Performer Benjamin Bagby, a faculty member at the Sorbonne in Paris specializing in medieval music performance, explains his effort to return the story of the famed warrior to the ancient voice of the “scop” or bardic storyteller.