Although soul singer-songwriter Briz is reticent when speaking about herself on the phone, she is not shy at all on stage. Quite the opposite, in fact.
The Princeton Summer Theater production of "Uncommon Women and Others" focuses heavily on the humor of the play and misses some of the more poignant moments.
With guidance from Mike Matisa, now her agent and manager, Karly Coleman’s career has moved in an interesting and upward direction.
Anthony Catanese, the writer and director of “Teenage Bloodsuckin’ Bimbos” gives a bemused smile as he describes his new film, which will be shown at the New Jersey Film Festival.
Sculptor Ursula von Rydinsvard has many reasons for making art, from the pleasure and the pain of it, to get answers to questions for which she knows there are no answers.
Vinroy D. Brown Jr. exudes energy and enthusiasm, and then some, as conductor of the Capital Singers of Trenton. At age 25, he has gained respect in area choral music circles.
American novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote, “There are no second acts in American lives,” but Hamilton resident Howard Michaels is proving otherwise.
It is afternoon and Douglas McGrath emerges from the rehearsal room at McCarter Theater in Princeton to talk about his new play, “The Age of Innocence,” opening on Friday, September 7, and continuing through October 7.
The Beagles are picking up the pace with a Thursday, September 20, CD party at the Blue Pomegranate in Blawenburg and as part of a Sunday, September 30, Motown music party tie-in to McCarter Theater’s “Detroit ‘67” production in Princeton.
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.