Just a few years ago, not many people in New Jersey would have thought about going out to see a live play, especially in London, England. With the revolutionary National Theatre Live, a company that broadcasts performances to cinemas all around the world, watching a live play in England without leaving Monmouth County is now a regular occurrence.
I have been waiting for Gears of War 3 for a good three years. This game has finally hit shelves and it’s time to finish the fight against the Locust.
Forget “Dancing With the Stars.” University students and faculty danced around the world as the Juan Calderon’s Cultural Explosion Dance Company presented 10 different dances from the Hispanic culture at the Lauren K. Woods Theatre on September 28.
Autumn is back in swing, but the other change in the air is the new television season.
The stage was set with one stool, one music stand, and one microphone. On a small table sat one laptop and one water bottle.
Reading “The Richest Man in Babylon” by George S. Clason is a surefire way to place yourself on the path to great wealth…well, at least it would’ve been if you had lived during Babylonian times.
“In every photograph, there is something for the viewer to get lost in, to reflect on, or to translate,” University Specialist Professor Anne Leighton Massoni said about the gallery exhibition, LANGUOR / TEMPERANCE | REPOSE.
The soap opera “All My Children” premiered on ABC over 40 years ago and its star, Susan Lucci, has played the venerable Erica Kane for nearly just as long.
Something I loved about the Red Hot Chili Peppers is how they introduced the alternative/ funk music genre during the 1990s. That genre was something that stood out.
A captivated audience got the chance to watch the powerful documentary Trust: Second Acts in Young Lives on Sept. 12 at Pollak Theatre and had the chance to hear from the director herself, Nancy Kelly, as part of “On Screen, In Person.”