‘Human Error,” a play by Eric Pfeffinger having its second-ever production at West Windsor’s Pegasus Theater, takes unexpected turns in two ways.
American novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote, “There are no second acts in American lives,” but Hamilton resident Howard Michaels is proving otherwise.
The first thing to arrest your eye as you enter the Zimmerli exhibit, “Self-Confessed! The Inappropriately Intimate Comics of Alison Bechdel,” on view through December 30, is the ginormous board game for “A Story About Life.”
The Seuls en Scene French Theater Festival returns to Princeton University from September 21 through 29.
“The Age of Innocence," now at the McCarter Theater Center under the sensitive direction of Doug Hughes, is offering the audience a taste of Victorian attitudes that drove only the surface of the novel.
This week's opportunities include first aid training, a grief support group, calls for plays, and volunteer opportunities.
New films from around the world or around the block are all part of the fall season, thanks to area film festivals and university screenings. Here are just some of the opportunities for film lovers.
The fall visual arts season marks both a change of season and a change in the art scene, especially at the Rider University Gallery.
World premieres, revivals of classics, festivals, and site-specific works are all part of the new dance season already unfolding in the region.
Our events page is currently under construction. We compiled an updated list of the events happening in our area from today, September 12, to Wednesday, September 19.