Tartuffe By MolièreThrough June 10Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey 36 Madison Ave., Madison Shakespearenj.org, 973-408-5600By GWEN OREL orel@montclairlocal Should Tartuffe be sexy? Yes, apparently. It is a...
Inspiration comes when you work at it.
Jack Suarez Kimmel, who studies at School of Rock Montclair, toured with the Broadway musical "School of Rock."
Montclair Orchestra's "A Shakespeare Evening" succeeded richly — the non-verbal eloquence of the music poured into the verbal Shakespeare, and back again.
In ART TALK, six galleries present talks from artists, gallerists and advisors, as well as individual exhibitions in Upper Montclair.
By ERIN ROLL firstname.lastname@example.org“Stories live because one person tells another, tells another, tells another,” said the Mythmakers.That was the lesson that Gerald Fierst and Richard...
In “75 Plus: Seniors Life Stories” Grange (Lady Haig) Rutan and Anthony V. Naturale have collected the fascinating tales of 42 senior citizens.
Peak Performances presents choreographer and performance artist Ann Carlson and Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company’s “Elizabeth, the dance,” from Thursday, March 28, through Sunday, March 31.
Daniel Karslake's "For They Know Not What They Do" looks at four individuals who came out as transgender or gay to their families.
Maxwell Kumahor's "Stand Up" is one of the winners in the inaugural Anderson Park Short Story Contest, a competition for middle school students.