I Art I
70 South Gallery
Thru Oct 21 The photography exhibit
“Spirit” displays imagery from Peace Corps
volunteers from around the world, spanning the
organization’s conception in 1961 to the present
day. Eighty percent of the proceeds from
purchased work will be donated to Peace Corps
programs. Mon-Sat, 10 ;;- 6 ;;. Morristown.
Closed Sundays ( 70southgallery.com).
Museum of Early Crafts & Trades
Thru Dec 31 “Good Earth: Pottery and Terra
Cotta Industries in New Jersey” highlights the
intriguing history of the local clay industry from
pre-colonial times to today. Tues-Sat, 10 ;;- 4
;;; Sun, noon- 5 ;;; $3-$5. Madison. Closed
Mondays ( metc.org).
Downtown Spring Lake
Thru Jan 1 “Celebrating the Familiar: A
Walk Through Spring Lake: The Sculptures
of Seward Johnson” displays 14 of the New
Jersey native’s lifelike bronze sculptures
throughout the Shore town. Works include God
Bless America, a replica of Grant Wood’s
American Gothic ( visitspringlake.com).
Hunterdon Art Museum
Thru Jan 8 “Heather Ujiie: Fairytales,
Monsters and Hybrid Creatures” presents the
colorful, psychedelic textile installations of
Bucks County artist Heather Ujiie. She will
lead a family-oriented mask-making workshop on October 16 from 1 to 4 ;;. Tues-Sun,
11 ;;- 5 ;;; $5 suggested admission. Clinton
I Music I
Oct 1 The ’80s punk band released We Can
Do Anything in March, the group’s first album
after a 15-year hiatus. 8 ;;; $20-$75. Wellmont
Theater, Montclair ( wellmonttheater.com).
Oct 8 The Grammy-winning “I Believe I Can
Fly” R&B singer visits Newark. 8 ;;; $70-$130.
Prudential Center ( prucenter.com).
Oct 13 The Rumson native’s hit single “See
You Again” was nominated for the Grammy’s
coveted Song of the Year. 7: 30 ;;; $35. Pine Belt
Arena, Toms River ( pinebeltarena.com).
Oct 14 The female rapper from Down Under
visits Atlantic City for a standing only (no
seats) show. 8 ;;; $59-$69. Borgata Event
Center ( theborgata.com).
Oct 14 The controversial thrash-metal band
appears alongside Amon Amarth, Suicidal
Tendencies, Metal Church and Havok. 6 ;;;
$39.50-$59.50. Prudential Center, Newark
Oct 15 The heartland rocker and Farm Aid
founder is sure to sing some of his ’80s “Hurt
So Good” classics. Maybe Jack and Diane will
even make an appearance. 8 ;;; $109-$129.
Borgata Event Center, Atlantic City
Oct 15 After 50 years of performing and releasing more than 30 albums, the folk icon’s politically conscious repertoire is as relevant as ever.
This year, Baez celebrated her 75th birthday.
8 ;;; $20-$99.50. Wellmont Theater,
Montclair ( wellmonttheater.com).
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by William Shakespeare
directed by Paul Mullins
The real life monarch and Shakespeare’s monstrous version
of him have been much talked about - his arch-villain of all
villains - the intense, discontented, crippled, larger than life
“protagonist,” Richard, Duke of Gloucester dominates this
seething history from start to finish.
(973) 408-5600 | ShakespeareNJ.org
On the Main Stage | October 5 - November 6
THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY
The F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre is located at 36 Madison Avenue, Madison, NJ.
NEW!$30UNDER30TICKETS 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. Additional major support is received from The
Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, F. M Kirby Foundation, The Edward T. Cone Foundation, The Shubert Foundation, CT W Foundation, The Blanches and
Irving Laurie Foundation, and Dre w University, as well as contributions from numerous corporations, foundations, government agencies and individuals.
Visit the First Folio Exhibit - a rare opportunity to see one of the world’s most
influential books and celebrate four centuries of Shakespeare and his legacy!
Made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and by the
support of Google.org, Vinton & Sigrid Cerf and other generous donors.
Richard III is made possible in part by a generous grant from
The Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation.
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey is delighted to partner with Drew University to exhibit
an original 1623 First Folio from the world-renowned Folger Shakespeare Library. This will be
the only location in New Jersey for the First Folio! national tour. Don’t miss this exhibit, right
across the lawn from the Kirby Theatre in Drew’s Mead Hall from October 3 - October 31.