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Out Newark Museum
Thru Aug 9: The exhibit “Royals & Regalia: Inside
the Palaces of Nigeria’s Monarchs” brings 40
impressive portraits by renowned Lagos-based
photographer George Osodi to the Newark
Museum. The portraits showcase more than 20
Nigerian rulers in palaces and throne rooms,
dressed in ceremonial embroidered robes,
elaborate head accessories and jewelry. Closed
Mondays; suggested admission, $7-$12. Newark
Red Mill Museum Village
Thru Sept: The Clinton 150th Exhibition at the
Red Mill Museum celebrates the anniversary
of Clinton’s incorporation, featuring objects
and memorabilia from historic moments and
landmarks in town. Tues-Sat, 10 AM- 4 PM; Sun,
noon- 5 PM; adults, $5. 56 Main Street, Clinton
Noyes Museum of Art
Thru Jan 3: The exhibit “Frozen Earth: Images from the Arctic Circle” is a compilation
of work from international artists who have
taken part in the Arctic Circle Expedition, an
annual residency of artists and scientists who
explore the breathtaking and remote region
aboard a specialized sailboat. Mon-Sat, 10
AM-4: 30 PM; Thurs, until 8 PM; Sun, noon- 5
PM; adults, $5; seniors and students, $4.
Stockton College, Oceanville (609-652-8848,
Rusted Root & the Wailers
June 2: The Pittsburgh-based band Rusted
Root joins forces with the famed Jamaican
reggae group for a night in New Brunswick.
7: 30 PM; $30-$45. State Theatre (732-246-7469,
June 5: The British punk rocker released his
first studio album after a decade of silence,
Kings & Queens of the Underground, last fall.
8 PM; $75-$150. Mayo PAC, Morristown
June 5: The Nashville-based country rock band
lands their Wheels Up tour in Holmdel. Hunter
Hayes and Sam Hunt share the bill. 7 PM; $31-
$60.75. PNC Bank Arts Center ( ticketmaster.com).
June 5 & 6: The classic rock band led by Tom
Scholz—the only remaining original band
member—brings more than a feeling to Newark
and Atlantic City. June 5: 8 PM; $49.50-$125.
NJPAC, Newark ( njpac.org). June 6: 8 PM; $44-
$99. Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City (609-449-
Dave Matthews Band
June 10, 26-27: The jam band fronted by Dave
Matthews, known for its summer amphitheater
tours, stops in Holmdel and Camden. June
Metuchen Junebug Artfest
June 5, 12, 19 & 26: Each Friday night in June,
the streets of downtown Metuchen become
an interactive art exhibit, featuring an array
of visual and performing artists. Free; 6-10 PM
Unique Photo Expo
June 26-28: Unique Photo in Fairfield hosts a
three-day expo with sales on the latest camera
products and classes on topics such as travel
photography, wedding photography, portraits
and lighting techniques. Fri & Sat, 10 AM- 6
PM; Sun, 10 AM- 5 PM; free admission with
registration; classes, $10. 123 US Route 46 West,
Fairfield ( uniquephoto.com/expo).
Thru June 30: Landscape painter Sally Abbott,
the Art League of the Chathams’ featured artist
for spring, takes her viewers around the world in
her exhibit “Backyard to Beijing,” featuring more
than 70 paintings. 9 AM- 4 PM; free. Township of
Chatham Municipal Building, 58 Meyersville
Road, Chatham ( artleagueofthechathams.org).
The Shakespeare Theatre of Ne w Jersey’s is an independent, professional theatre company located on the Dre w University campus.
Programs are made possible, in part, by funding from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner
Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as funds from the National Endowment for the Arts. Illustration by Scott McKowen
Loosely based on the famous Barrymore dynas;,
this Tony Award-winning American classic
invites you into the Cavendish home to witness
both the high drama and hilarious comedy that
infuses their daily life. ;ree generations take
center stage in this lavish, outrageously funny,
and touching portrayal of their struggle to balance
the demands of family life with the compelling
bonds of their artistic calling.
THE ROYAL FAMILY
THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE
OF NEW JERSEY 2015 SEASON
by George Kaufman and Edna Ferber
directed by Bonnie J. Monte
May 27–June 21
(973) 408-5600 | ShakespeareNJ.org
Dean: I never have done a play
without consulting Fanny and Julie.
Kitty: Maybe that’s why you never have a hit.
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