Pianist Kairy Koshoeva learned from personal experience that music is an international language.
“Michael Rees: Synthetic Cells,” on view through July 14, 2019, is filling the Grounds for Sculpture gallery with augmented reality.
Anna Booth and Nancy Cohen are continuing their collaboration in an Arts Council of Princeton exhibition, “Colloquy,” running Saturday, October 13, through Saturday, December 8.
Center Players, located at 35 South Street in Freehold, is hosting auditions for “The Emperor’s New Duds,” a musical adaptation of “The Emperor’s New Clothes.”
Rachel McCullough, songwriter and lead singer of the Bucks County-based band Black Cat Habitat, relates to black kitties and their bad rep.
An admitted work in progress, “Salt Pepper Ketchup” rates whatever finishing touches author Josh Wilder needs to apply between its current production at Trenton’s Passage Theatre and its next incarnation at Philadelphia’s InterAct Theatre later this month.
Two of the region’s professional stages are meeting the new season with timely looks at two American cities that also shaped the playwrights.
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra recently opened its new season with a Happy 100th Birthday to Leonard Bernstein.
“Erma Bombeck: At Wit’s End" is a mild amusement that entertains but fails to take off or pack a punch in a pleasant but single-note production at the Bristol Riverside Theater.
A roundup of local opportunities, originally printed in the October 3, 2018 U.S. 1 Newspaper.