With many Montclairites in its intergenerational cast of more than 80, Gas Lamp Players presents "Mamma Mia!" this Friday through Sunday.
David Schoner, associate director of the NJ Motion Picture and Television Commission, will speak on Saturday at Oscar Shorts.
Montclair Orchestra began its 2020 season with a concerto concert. William Amory reviews, and says the event was both "joyful and raucous."
Antoinette Nwandu's provocative, controversial, award-winning drama "Pass Over" begins performances at Luna Stage on Thursday, Feb. 6.
"Anne of Green Gables" inspires "All Write Now" columnist Melissa D. Sullivan to think about certainty and baking soda and appreciative audiences.
Acclaimed author Isabel Allende discussed her neew book, "A Long Petal of the Sea," at kickoff event for Montclair Literary Festival.
Montclair High's School of Visual and Performing Arts presents 'She Kills Monsters' by Qui Nguyen, and puts the technical crews through their paces.
Montclair Orchestra will hold its first concert of 2020 on Friday, Jan. 31, and also announces extension of Music Director David Chan's contract.
For Sybil Archibald, Scleroderma changed her art, and saved her. "A Fish Cannot Drown in Water" is on exhibition at Clerestory Fine Art through February.
Singer-songwriter Chuck Prophet plays Outpost in the Burbs on Saturday, Jan. 25. Cake, Kim Carnes and Alejandro Escovedo have all worked with him.