Season Premiere! September 17, 18, & 21

Photographer Robin Schwartz, Street artist Will Kasso, a sister/brother team’s new musical about urban unrest, and a new WWI play, “A Year in the Trenches”

Photographer Robin Schwartz explores the human/animal bond through images of her daughter in her book “Amelia & the Animals.” Meet “Urban Legend” Will Kasso at his exhibition at Artworks in his hometown of Trenton. State of the Arts goes on location with the street painter to explore some of his many murals. Recent Rutgers graduate Jessica Dotson and her brother Kyle have a new musical, “It’s Nothing New,” which debuted at the New York Theater Festival. The plot revolves around siblings who lose each other during an urban riot.  Plus, we commemorate the centennial of America's entry into WWI as Cape May's East Lynne Theater Company premieres “A Year in the Trenches,” based on the memoir of New Jersey soldier/writer Charles Edward Dilkes.
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