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Arts-Lovers Vote for Favorites in the Garden State

Madeline Orton 1-6-14
Residents can vote in the sixth annual JerseyArts.com People's Choice Awards through Jan. 22.

See Thomas Nast’s Iconic Santa Images

Madeline Orton 12-17-13
Artist Thomas Nast is considered the "Father of the American Cartoon" and his depiction of Santa Claus has become the traditional image. His work is on display in Morristown.

Nutcracker Gets Jazz Makeover

Madeline Orton 12-11-13
LustigDanceTheater in New Brunswick will showcase performances of A Jazzy Nutcracker Saturday, Dec. 14.

Princeton Triangle Club Accountant Charged with Embezzlement

Madeline Orton 12-2-13
Thomas John Muza, accountant for The Princeton Triangle Club and general manager of the McCarter Theatre, allegedly stole more than $100,000 since the start of 2010.

For New Musical, End of Run is Just the Beginning

Madeline Orton 11-22-13
American Theater Group in Rahway has produced a musical rendition of Bubble Boy. Creators hope it makes it all the way to Broadway.

Remembering Sandy Through Art

Madeline Orton 11-1-13
Those involved in the arts commemorated the anniversary of Hurricane Sandy at Arts Take Action: Sandy One Year Later at NJPAC.

New Jersey Does the Time Warp Again and Again

Madeline Orton 10-30-13
Since the 1970s, theaters in New Jersey have shown The Rocky Horror Picture Show. The cult classic is being shown around the state around Halloween and is getting a new twist in Lakewood.

Opera Legend Coaches Next Generation of Singers

Madeline Orton 10-4-13
Lucine Amara serves as the artistic director of the New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera, where she works with young opera singers beginning their careers.

Jersey Jazz Great Bucky Pizzarelli Performs with Long-Time Friend

Madeline Orton 9-13-13
Several New Jersey natives will be performing at Palmer Square's JazzFeast Sunday.

More Than 200 Young Hopefuls Line Up for Chance to Star in Oliver!

Madeline Orton 9-9-13
Boys and girls gathered at Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn to audition for an upcoming performance of Oliver!

Last Chance to Soak Up Art Exhibit in Oceanville

Madeline Orton 9-6-13
The latest series of work from Margery Amdur, called Amass, will be on display through Sunday at the Noyes Museum of Art.

Ukulele Renaissance Reaches Morristown

Madeline Orton 8-30-13
The first ever Uke New Jersey festival comes to Morristown to celebrate the small instrument and its fans.

Video Game Turned Symphony Comes to Newark

Madeline Orton 8-9-13
The classic Nintendo game The Legend of Zelda comes to NJPAC as a symphony in a live orchestral concert.

Princeton University’s Digital Project Offers New Insight into Fitzgerald’s Gatsby

Madeline Orton 6-14-13
After years of working towards gaining permission to digitize their vaulted autograph manuscript and corrected galleys of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic, Princeton University Library is excited to share the newest addition to their digital library with the world.

Blue Star Museums Offer Free Admission to Military Families

Madeline Orton 5-30-13
Museums nationwide are offering free admission to all active duty, National Guard and Reserve military personnel and their families from Memorial Day to Labor Day.