An argument helped spark the creation of the Unruly Sounds Music Festival to be held Saturday, September 29, at Hinds Plaza adjacent to the Princeton Public Library.
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.
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.
The totem pole on the grounds of Pennington’s Watershed Institute catches the visitor’s eye with multiple images carved into its 16-foot-high, 2,500-pound structure.
Two of the region’s professional stages are meeting the new season with timely looks at two American cities that also shaped the playwrights.
American novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote, “There are no second acts in American lives,” but Hamilton resident Howard Michaels is proving otherwise.
With guidance from Mike Matisa, now her agent and manager, Karly Coleman’s career has moved in an interesting and upward direction.
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra recently opened its new season with a Happy 100th Birthday to Leonard Bernstein.
It is a simple fact that the numerous music presenters in the region share no fixed number of scheduled events during a single season.