Enrique Iglesias & Pitbull
Sept 12: The Latin pop singer teams up with
rapper and fellow Miami native Pitbull for
a national tour. 7: 30 PM; $49.50-$179.50.
Prudential Center, Newark (973-757-6600,
Sept 13: The Texas country singer and 2010 inductee
to the Country Hall of Fame brings his Southern
twang to Morristown. 8 PM; $39-$69. Mayo PAC,
Morristown (973-539-8008, mayoarts.org).
Sept 13: The Canadian quartet made it big with
the catchy 1998 track “One Week.” They’ll put
some clothes on for their appearance at Revel.
8 PM; tickets start at $40. Revel, Atlantic City
Sept 17: Living legend Cher, now 67, released her
Closer to the Truth album last September after
more than a decade away from the studio. She
brings her Dressed to Kill tour to Newark. 7: 30
PM; $44.75-$155. Prudential Center, Newark
Sept 18: The Pittsburgh-based jam band known
for the ’90s hit “Send Me On My Way” plays
at the intimate Stanhope House. 6 PM; $25-
$30. 45 Main St, Stanhope (973-347-7777,
Willie Nelson & Family
Sept 21: The octogenarian country singer and
activist—still rockin’ his iconic long gray locks—
blows into Newark. 7 PM; $39.50-$119.50. NJPAC,
Prudential Hall, Newark (888-466-5722, njpac.org).
Antony & Cleopatra
Sept 5-Oct 5: The McCarter Theatre presents
Shakespeare’s tale of torrid love between
Marc Antony and Cleopatra just before the
rise of the Roman Empire. Tues-Thurs, 7: 30
PM; Fri, 8 PM; Sat, 3 & 8 PM; Sun, 2 & 7: 30 PM.
McCarter Theatre, Princeton (609-258-5050,
Sept 10-TBA: Contemporary American
playwright David Davalos’s 2008 comedy brings
together four unlikely figures—Hamlet, Martin
Luther, Helen of Troy and Doctor Faustus—for
a semester at the famous Wittenberg University
in Germany. Times and prices vary. 36 Madison
Ave, Madison ( shakespearenj.org).
The School for Wives
Sept 13-Oct 5: Red Bank’s Two River Theatre
presents the satire The School for Wives by
17th-century French playwright Molière.
Ahead of its time, the comedy serves as
a cautionary tale about trying to control
women, as the middle-aged protagonist
Arnolphe attempts to manipulate a 17-year-
old to marry him. Times vary; $37-$65. Two
River Theatre, Red Bank (732-345-1400,
The Sound of Music
Sept 13-21: The 1959 Rodgers and Hammerstein
musical heads to the Count Basie Theatre
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