Gas Lamp Players presents a musical version of "A Christmas Carol," with a a multi-generational cast of 105 adults, teens and children.
Stephen Colbert interviewed Meryl Streep at NJPAC, in a fundraiser for Montclair Film, about life, empathy, and show business.
Two organizations in Montclair are taking the idea of relevancy to heart Luna Stage and a group benefitting S.O.F.I.A. present shows that address violence.
"Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn" at Paper Mill Playhouse is sure to lift the spirits, like seeing a sparkling snowflake hanging from a town lampost.
Female friendships are intimate, special and hard. Jacqueline Mroz explores how these friendships work in her new book, "Girl Talk."
Jeree Wade's "On Kentucky Avenue" nabbed six AUDELCO awards for its portrayal of Club Harlem, known as the Black Copacabana, in Atlantic City in 1969.
Hanukkah is here, and Christmas is coming. Socks, coffeee, citronella candles, glitter notebooks: author Steph Auteri knows the gifts that will make any writer smile. Coffee too!
Gold/scopophilia* is run by a Montclair mom and artist Jen Wroblewski, who wants to demystify art owning and collecting for Montclairites.
In ART TALK, six galleries present talks from artists, gallerists and advisors, as well as individual exhibitions in Upper Montclair.
The Willy Wonka Jr. version of Roald Dahl's classic casts 99 local children in the Gas Lamp's Players' production at the Ridgewood Avenue School's...