After being held in Las Vegas for several years, the Miss America Pageant will move back to Atlantic City for its next competition.
Directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson, "Two Trains Running" is part of what is known as the Pittsburgh Cycle, ten plays about the black experience that have become mainstays of American theater.
The work of Leonid Sokov will be shown at the Zimmerli Art Museum through July 14.
The work of China’s most famous artist can be seen at Princeton University. Ai Weiwei’s “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads” is on display in Scudder Plaza, in front of the Woodrow Wilson School.
The Art of Science exhibit at Liberty Science Center is offering an aesthetic, creative perspective into the world of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Tim Squyres has edited most of director Ang Lee’s films, including "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," which received an Academy Award nomination for Best Film Editing. "Life of Pi" is his tenth Ang ...
A specialized tour retraces the steps the soldiers took from Trenton to the Princeton Battlefield.
Trenton's historical sites are participating in this annual cultural tourism tradition which runs through Dec. 31, attracting thousands to the state capital.
NJSO CEO and President Richard Dare says the arts, and music in particular, can play a vital role in developing the analytical and creative skills needed for the new economy.
The best-selling author is a prolific writer for whom the Garden State provides endless inspiration.
The banjo virtuoso talks about musical influences, an upcoming tour and performs a holiday classic.
Family-friendly productions to be enjoyed this holiday season include “A Wind in the Willows Christmas,” “The Sound of Music” and "A Christmas Carol."
Entertainer Bill Cosby was at the debut of the Saint Peter's University Performing Arts Center in Jersey City.
Master banjo players including Tony Trischka and Noam Pikelny (featured above) are performing in Béla Fleck’s Banjo Summit on an east coast tour through January with a stop at McCarter Theatre.
Michael Uslan, producer of the modern-day Batman movies, talks about how he brought the superhero to the big screen.