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“Morven in May” Celebrates Fine, Folk Arts, Crafts, Horticulture on the Great Lawn

“Morven in May: A Celebration of Art, Craft and Garden” will take place on May 4 through 6 under a 60-by-100-foot tent on Morven’s great lawn. Along with an array of…

College Applicants Define Themselves in 500 Words or Less, In “Admissions: the Musical,” Student-Written Comedy at Intime

Admissions: The Musical “Please somebody out there. Won’t you let us in?” Anybody who has participated recently in the college admissions rat race or who looks forward to that experience…

Boheme Opera NJ Presents “Magic Flute” In College of New Jersey ‘s Kendall Hall Theatre

There are a number of venues for opera performance in the Princeton area, but one which is often overlooked is the Kendall Hall Theatre on the campus of The College…

Orphaned Chimpanzee Is Unexpectedly Adopted by Alpha Chimp

This delightful Disneynature documentary, narrated by Tim Allen and shot in the wilds of Africa’s Ivory Coast, is about the adorable antics of an infant chimpanzee named Oscar. Co-directed by…

Area Exhibits 4/25/12

The Arts Council of Princeton at Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, 102 Witherspoon Street, opens “Transient Spaces” May 3. The show is in remembrance of Herban Garden, Writers Block,…

Two Days in Washington D.C. — Stirred by Lincoln, Surprised by Whitman

Whitman’s Washington consisted of an unfinished Capital dome with blocks of marble and granite strewn about its grounds. The Washington monument was not yet half of its present height of…

Princeton University Opera Rises to Challenge Of Benjamin Britten’s “Albert Herring”

Every year or two, the Princeton University Department of Music presents a major opera with students in the starring roles. Given the magnitude of this year’s production, it is clear…

New York City’s Ballet “Farm Team” Brings Their Program to McCarter

  At McCarter Theatre last fall, a group of principal dancers from the New York City Ballet took part in a lecture demonstration about the works of choreographer George Balanchine.…

Area Exhibits 4/18/12

The Arts Council of Princeton at Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, 102 Witherspoon Street, opens “Transient Spaces” May 3. The show is in remembrance of Herban Garden, Writers Block,…

College Kids Hunted at Haunted House in Horror Film

At first glance, The Cabin in the Woods appears to be a run-of-the-mill slasher film. After all, it’s about unsuspecting teenagers who are alone in a secluded setting and who…