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MSU students present ’24 Gun Control Plays’

Montclair State University first-year BA theater students present readings they are passionate about: "24 Gun Control Plays."
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Culture in brief: [title of show] is final show at NLT

[title of show], a musical about four friends, which received a Tony Award nomination for best musical in 2009, closes the Nutley Little Theatre season.

Soul portraits and gardens of peace in Montclair

'Soul Portraits' Wednesday, July 5, and Thursday, July 6, 6-9 p.m.Creativity Caravan 28 South Fullerton Ave.thecreativitycaravan.com email hello@thecreativitycaravan.com, or call 201-259-9801 jlevinestudio.com, peacegardenproject.comBy GWEN...
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Culture in brief: MSU Chorale to Carnegie Hall in Concert for ‘Beethoven...

On Monday, Jan. 28, 8 p.m., at Carnegie Hall , Montclair State University Chorale will perform in a benefit concert titled “Beethoven for The Rohynga.”
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In brief: ‘Pecos Bill,’ or Richard Stillman, rides again

Local musician and storyteller Richard Stillman performs as "Pecos Bill" at Central Presbyterian Church on Saturday, Jan. 11.
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Classical music review: Montclair Orchestra’s Scottish welcome

Montclair Orchestra's "Ceud Mìle Fàilte” (Scottish Gaelic for “a hundred thousand welcomes”), was a vivid tour of imagined Scotland, writes William Amory.
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Finding a home onstage ‘In the Heights’

Glenfield Middle School, sometimes called "Juilliard Junior High," presents "In the Heights" on Friday, April 5 and Saturday, April 6.
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‘Death Literacy’ film series from Bevival begins

The Celebrating Aging in Film series explores death literacy, and opens conversations about mortality. "Another Year Together" plays Sunday, Jan. 19.
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In brief: Spin Doctors play The Wellmont

Popular 1990s band The Spin Dcotors play The Wellmont on Friday, Jan. 24 with The Uprooted Band, featuring Michael Glabicki, along with James Maddock.