Culture in brief: John Gorka plays at The Outpost in the Burbs

Outpost in the Burbs presents “An Evening with John Gorka” on Friday, Dec. 1, at 8 p.m., at First Congregational Church, 40 South Fullerton...

Culture in Brief: ‘The Pitmen Painters’ at NLT, Sunday, Jan. 14

On Sunday, Jan. 14, at 2 p.m., Nutley Little Theatre will present a staged reading of the play “Pitmen Players” by Lee Hall in...

Finding home in the land: American artist Kay WalkingStick

Native American artist Kay WalkingStick reveals life in landscape.

Montclair Literary Festival: Anna Quindlen says ‘Writing is an exercise in confidence’

This year's Montclair Literary Festival doubled its attendance from last year. A wrap-up, and recap of Anna Quindlen talk.

MFF: Mr. Rogers in ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor’ shows authentic kindness

Mr. Rogers had a personal relationship with every child who watched his show, says producer Christopher Ma.

Theater review: Tartuffe seduces and amuses

Tartuffe By MolièreThrough June 10Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey 36 Madison Ave., Madison, 973-408-5600By GWEN OREL orel@montclairlocal Should Tartuffe be sexy? Yes, apparently. It is a...

All Write Now: persistence and lightbulbs

Inspiration comes when you work at it.
School of Rock

‘School of Rock’ kid tours with ‘School of Rock’ Broadway

Jack Suarez Kimmel, who studies at School of Rock Montclair, toured with the Broadway musical "School of Rock."
Shakespeare Evening

Classical Music Review: Something new in ‘A Shakespeare Evening’ from Montclair Orchestra

Montclair Orchestra's "A Shakespeare Evening" succeeded richly — the non-verbal eloquence of the music poured into the verbal Shakespeare, and back again.

Walk the (art) walk, talk the (art) talk: ART TALK in Montclair

In ART TALK, six galleries present talks from artists, gallerists and advisors, as well as individual exhibitions in Upper Montclair.