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An Original Cast Member of “Our Town” Charles Wiley Visits George Street Production

He was in the cast of two Pulitzer-Prize-winning plays, performed during the golden age of radio, and entertained the troops at USO shows during World War II. But Charles Wiley…

Princeton Pro Musica Takes Audience To 18th Century in Season’s Final Concert

Princeton Pro Musica took a musical journey back to the world of George Frideric Handel this past weekend with a concert which was historically accurate, both in instrumentation and presentation.…

Moms’ Night Out: Three Mothers Take a Break From Domestic Duties in Family Comedy

Allyson Field (Sarah Drew) really can’t complain. After all, her life is the epitome of the American Dream: she has a handsome husband who adores her and is an excellent…

“Can This Be Happening on Television?” — The Twin Peaks Effect Goes Gold

I started out just as a regular person, growing up in the Northwest …. —David Lynch Once upon a time during the reign of George I, on April 9, 1990,…

Bob Justin’s Emotional Response to Pain In “Out of Darkness” Show in Plainsboro

Bob Justin is one of a kind, a man who didn’t expect to be an artist but just couldn’t help himself. The creative impulse has led this former Plainsboro resident…

NJSO Pays Tribute to Freedom With Commissioned Work by Richard Danielpour

The clarinet does not often come out from its customary orchestral place behind the flutes and next to the bassoons. Mozart, as well as a few Romantic composers and Benny…

The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Spider-Man Engages New Adversaries in Scintillating Sequel

If the idea behind a sequel to a summer blockbuster is to up the ante in terms of bombast and intensity, then The Amazing Spider-Man 2 certainly fits the bill.…

The Poetry of Numbers — Crossing Manhattan on the Memory Line

Where was the place after all …. Was it ‘on’ Third Avenue, on Second, on fabulous unattempted First? Nothing would induce me to cut down the romance of it, in…

DanceVision Ballet Double Bill Returns to Kendall Theater

Among the many performances at Communiversity last Sunday was an excerpt from the ballet A Midsummer Night’s Dream, under a tent on Witherspoon Street just outside the Princeton Public Library.…

Princeton University Orchestra Takes Audience on Exceptional Journey of Mahler

Princeton University Orchestra conductor Michael Pratt introduced this year’s Stuart B. Mindlin concert as a journey. For this past weekend’s concerts, the University Orchestra girded its musical loins and performed…