The campy nuns in Charles Busch's "The Divine Sister" at Nutley Little Theatre are and are not like Maria and Bernadette. That's deliberate, says director George Seylaz.
Architectural education and preservation are the subtexts of the fun at the 14th annual Build Montclair workshop. At the two sold-out sessions, 50 family...
Montclair artist Richard Pierson is featured an exhibition by Arts Unbound, an organization dedicated to the artistic achievement of people living with disabilities and...
Chris Wilson went from being sentenced to life in prison at 18, to a life filled with purpose on the outside. He will discuss "The Master Plan" at the Montclair Public Library in Open Book/Open Mind.
Westfield native Ricardo Roig makes art with stencils and razor-knives. Galley L on Bloomfield Avenue showcases his work.
Montclair High’s School of Visual and Performing Arts presents “Ordinary People,” by Nancy Gilsenan, based on the by Judith Guest, Jan. 31, Feb. 1-2.
At Buzz Aldrin Middle School, everyone who wants to dance can take dance and perform in the dance concert. One hundred seventy students perform Jan. 31.
“Roan @ The Gates,” directed by Michelle Tattenbaum at Luna Stage, 555 Valley Road, West Orange, opens Feb. 2, and runs through Sunday, Feb. 24.
Montclair High School students have been gathering to make music and nurture their creativity at Terry's Serendipity Cafe for 25 years.
"Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists," a documentary by Montclair filmmakers Jonathan Alter, John Block, and Steve McCarthy, airs on HBO on Jan. 28.