This event has been postponed to Thursday, July 20 due to inclement weather. We'll see you next week at 8pm!
FREE EVENT! BYOB! S'mores provided! Come join us for a live reading of new original works of literature from the participating writers at litLAB. For the last three months, these artists have been meeting at least once a month to hone their craft and further develop the original pieces they will be reading live tonight.
WHO IS MY NEIGHBOR and coLAB Arts, in partnership with Reformed Church of Highland Park and TrueSelves of the Pride Center of NJ present a staged reading of The Laramie Project, featuring professional and community performers from around NJ.
FREE EVENT! Please join us as we celebrate the unveiling of a new mural designed by the Esperanza Neighborhood, created by Ingrid Morales with support from the New Brunswick High School Art Honor Society. The event will include food, music, and a community story slam, guest hosted by Carolina Moratti with Dusty Ballard and John Keller.
Join stART for Intimate Apparel
by Pulitzer Prize Winning Author Lynn Nottage
The year is 1905. A young, single African American seamstress is supporting herself by creating exquisite lingerie for wealthy Manhattan clients. When a letter arrives from a stranger, it awakens a desire within her that leads to the love she yearned for, but is nothing like she expected. It is a deeply moving tale of one woman’s discovery of her own empowerment.
Date of Event: Saturday, May 13 (12:45pm – 6:45pm) (Drop off/Pick location Barnes and Noble Bookstore, 100 Somerset Street, New Brunswick. Participants must arrive on time so we don’t miss our train!!
Locations: McCarter Theater, Princeton NJ
Cost: $5 for ticket and lunch + $10 for Train Ticket = $15 Total
Due Date: YOU MUST REGISTER ONLINE BY MAY 8! Bring Form and Money with you.
stART is a program in partnership with the New Brunswick Cultural Center and made possible through generous support from Johnson & Johnson.
Ever feel like you can't get away? Stuck in a mess? An awkward conversation? A bad date? Ever feel trapped or helpless or in need of a friend to tell you that you're making a poor choice, or in need of the kindness of strangers? Come prepared to tell your story on stage, unscripted without notes. A personal, true story, that happened to you where you are the central character. Though we love fiction, we're interested in the truth. Your truth. Spill all of the details.
Presented with the Hub City Music Festival. Come check out four new musicals created over one weekend! Teams of writers, directors, and musicians work with actors to create new 15-minute works of musical theater that respond directly to social issues impacting our community. Suggested donation, $10-$20 to benefit Elijah’s Promise
stART Members: A Midsummer Night's Dream. Set to an enchanting score by Felix Mendelssohn, the ballet brings to life the wit and splendor of one of William Shakespeare’s most popular comedies.