the 19th century to the present. Pieces include
purebred portraits, bronze sculptures, trophies,
canine accessories and photographs of hunting
hounds in the field. Also be sure to check out the
exhibit “Masquerade,” which runs October 16
to February 16 and features more than 40 masks
from the museum’s international collection.
Closed Mondays. Adults, $10; children, students
and seniors, $7; members, free. 6 Normandy
Heights Road, Morristown (973-971-3700, mor-rismuseum.org).
Montclair Museum of Art
Thru Jan 4: The exhibit “From Hand to Heart:
African-American Quilts from the Montgomery
Museum of Fine Arts” features 30 creative quilts
by African-American artists from West Alabama
made in the second half of the 20th century. The
timely exhibition corresponds with the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and MAM
will be offering related programming. Wed-Sun,
noon- 5 PM; members and children under 12, free;
nonmember adults, $12; seniors and students,
$10. 3 South Mountain Ave, Montclair (973-746-
Hyperglow EDM Tour
Oct 3: Known as “America’s largest touring EDM
glow experience,” Hyperglow heads to the state
capital for deep bass, glow sticks, neon and
more. 8 PM; tickets start at $30; parking, $15. Sun
National Bank Center, Trenton (609-656-3200,
Oct 3: The Canadian rock goddess known
for smash hits like “Ironic” and “You Oughta
Know” will tune up at Caesars for an acoustic
performance. 7 PM; $59-$89. Caesars, Atlantic
City (609-348-4411, caesarsac.com).
Oct 3-4: Drop by the Music Box to see the classic
rock band Foreigner before the weather turns as
cold as ice. 9 PM; $75. The Music Box, Borgata,
Atlantic City (866-692-6742, theborgata.com).
Oct 5: The distinctively raspy-voiced multi-
platinum singer prepares for the October 7
release of her latest studio album, The Way,
with a performance at Bergen PAC. 7 PM; $32.50
Englewood (201-227-1030, bergenpac.org).
Oct 10-12: Everyone’s favorite Jersey Boy heads
down the Shore for a show at the Borgata. 9 PM;
$69.50-$85. The Music Box, Borgata, Atlantic
City (866-692-6742, theborgata.com).
Oct 11: The country boys responsible for “Life is
a Highway” will ride into the Trump Taj Mahal
for a one-night appearance. 8 PM; $69-$159.
Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City (609-449-1000,
Oct 17: There is nothing holy about this British
heavy metal band, which returns to New Jersey for
the first time in almost three years. 8 PM; tickets,
$42; cash-only parking, $25-$30. Izod Center, East
Rutherford (201-935-8500, meadowlands.com).
New Found Glory
Oct 18: The ’90s alternative rock band brings
its Glamour Kills tour to Starland Ballroom,
featuring opening acts We Are In the Crowd and
Fireworks. 6: 30 PM; $22.50-$26. Sayreville (732-
Van Halen Tribute
Oct 18: Jump down to Atlantic City for the Van
Halen tribute band Completely Unchained.
Don’t forget your hairspray. 8 PM; $29. Bergen
PAC, Englewood (201-227-1030, bergenpac.org).
Oct 21: Need someone to talk dirty to? Stop in
at Starland Ballroom to hear Jason Derulo’s
suggestive lyrics. 6 PM; $40. Sayreville (732-238-
The Beach Boys
Oct 23, 24, 28: These California boys invented
surf rock, then rode the wave to a more
sophisticated sound. The 2014 touring version
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s is an independent, professional theatre company located on the Drew 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
This rarely-produced look at one of history’s most
well-known monarchs and the first two of his six wives
depicts a young Henry obsessed with producing an heir
to carry on his legacy. This epic pageant play focuses
on the tug-of-wars between church and state
and husband and wife, climaxing in the birth of
England’s future Queen Elizabeth I, Shakespeare’s
great patron and Henry’s fierce and very female heir.
by William Shakespeare
directed by Paul Mullins
On the Main Stage at the
F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre
Begins October 15th
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I have ventur’d,
Like little wanton boys that swim on bladders,
This many summers in a sea of glory,
But far beyond my depth.