A Feast for the Senses

Corrections or additions?<!-- Princeton, visual arts, music,www.princetoninfo.com/200006/00621p01.html -->Published in U.S. 1 Newspaper on June 21, 2000. All rights reserved.A Feast for the SensesE-mail: ElaineStrauss@princetoninfo.com The interests of Peggy Schecter,...

Toni Morrison Adds Librettist to Her Resume

Multiple award-winning composer Richard Danielpour and Nobel laureate, Pulitzer Prize-winner, and Princeton professor Toni Morrison have put their talents together to create "Margaret Garner," for each of them, their...

Princeton Festival’s 10th Season Nourishing Souls

"In five years I foresee the festival extending no more than 17 days, with, perhaps, an event every night. Maybe in 10 years we’ll have multiple events each night,”...

Bucks County Review: ‘Dial ‘M’ for Murder’

“Dial ‘M’ for Murder” is a chestnut, a ripe and tasty one, from the 1950s, when mysteries or thrillers were as well-made as other plays and in which full-bodied characterization was given the same importance as plot.

Teas, Herbs, and Sculpture

Art in TownArea GalleriesCampus ArtsArt in the WorkplaceArt by the RiverArt In TrentonArea MuseumsCorrections or additions?<!-- www.princetoninfo.com/200412/41215p04.html Princeton,business-->This article by Bart Jackson was prepared for the December 15, 2004...

Broadway Reviews

#h#Les Miserables#/h#When I mentioned to a friend that “Les Miserables” was back on Broadway, he said, “I didn’t know it had closed.” In a way his response didn’t surprise...

Music Festival Offers Front Row Seats at Home

Princeton has become a magnet for pianists. Since 2003 they gather each July for dawn-to-midnight immersion in a piano universe. During the day they soak up insights leading to...

Pushing Operatic Drama to the Next Level

John Hoomes, director of Giuseppe Verdi’s “La Traviata,” the opening work in Opera New Jersey’s 2008 summer season, aims to make the piece as three-dimensional as possible. The opera,...

GrooveLily’s Midsummer Night’s Dream Come True

Gene Lewin and I went to Princeton High School together, dare I say, 25 years ago? Even back then he was an animal on the drums and chewing up...

Review: ‘Once Upon a Mattress’

The musical “Once Upon a Mattress” is made for summer, all froth and frolic, with few intellectual demands. The show reshapes Hans Christian Andersen’s fairytale “The Princess and the...

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