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ARB Ballet Company’s “Our Town” Has Many Princeton Connections

Nineteen years ago, American Repertory Ballet (ARB) debuted the ballet Our Town, based on the play by Thornton Wilder that won the playwright a Pulitzer Prize in 1938. Choreographed by…

Listening to Nora — James Joyce’s “Dubliners” at 100

Our tuxedo cat, Nora, was not named for James Joyce’s wife. She and her brother Nick got their names from Nick and Nora Charles (William Powell and Myrna Loy) of…

S.A.G.E. Coalition Artists to Create Underground Railroad Mural at ACP

The walls may be small, but the subject of the mural that will cover them is large. And the artists who will carry it out are the larger than life…

The Identical: Elvis Impersonator Showcases His Talent in Faith-Based Musical

What if Elvis Presley’s stillborn twin had survived his mother’s pregnancy instead of dying during the twins birth in January, 1935? That is the alternate reality presented in The Identical,…

The Art of Coming from Behind — Mozart on the Streets of Princeton

When I am, as it were, completely myself, entirely alone, and of good cheer — say, traveling in a carriage, or walking after a good meal, … it is on…

Lambertville Gallery Presents Flight/Patterns Exhibition

Works by Beatrice Bork and Jennifer Cadoff will be showcased in an exhibition at the Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville, from September 4 through October 5. Titled, “Flight/Patterns,” the exhibition explores…

The Giver: Streep and Bridges Co-Star in Adaptation of Children’s Novel

Despite being born in the same year and having overlapping careers, Oscar winners Meryl Streep (Kramer vs. Kramer, Sophie’s Choice, and The Iron Lady) and Jeff Bridges (Crazy Heart) never…

“Too Marvelous” — Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart, and the Last Dance

Look at that face of hers. There you’ve got the map of Middle Europe slung across those high cheekbones and wide green eyes …. As a woman she holds all…

Pennington’s Silva Gallery Hosts Solo Show by McIndoe

Hopewell artist Ken McIndoe will exhibit his work, in a solo exhibition entitled “Paintings,” at The Pennington School’s Silva Gallery of Art. The exhibition opens on September 3 and continues…

The November Man: It’s Spy vs. Spy in a Labyrinthine Espionage Thriller

Director Roger Donaldson is probably most closely associated with No Way Out, one of the best espionage thrillers ever made. Here he revisits the genre with The November Man, although…