"field," the final installment in a trilogy commissioned from Liz Gerring Dance Company, will have its world premiere at Peak Performances Oct. 18-21.
Nick Levitin's “Homage to Pine Street” black and white photography exhibition tells the story of a neighborhood overlooked and the people who call it home.
The artists in the "String Theory" exhibition at SMI, Zachary Smith, Emma Mierop and Yana Rodin, present different aesthetics in their work using yarn.
Montclair Orchestra's "A Shakespeare Evening" succeeded richly — the non-verbal eloquence of the music poured into the verbal Shakespeare, and back again.
Without losing Luna Stage's current audience, new Artistic Director Ari Laura Keith of Montclair aims to bring in locals who may never have entered its doors.
The Montclair Public Library will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the Little Read in October in a five-day celebration.
On Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 6 p.m., Chelsea Clinton signed copies of her book “Start Now! You Can Make a Difference,” at Watchung Booksellers, 54 Fairfield St.
The 1979 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama "Buried Child," by Sam Shepard, who died last year, feels clear, and full of grief, at Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.
Wheeler Antabanez of Montclair's "Words of Overbrook" is a book of free-verse inspired by the demolition of the Essex County Mental Hospital in Cedar Grove and the complex of tunnels connecting the asylum’s many structures.
In “A Dirty Word: How a Sex Writer Reclaimed Her Sexuality,” Montclair writer Steph Auteri writes about using her job as a sex writer as a type of therapy.