May 13, 14, & 17, 2018
Quaker Artists of Salem, NJSO Plays George Antheil, Composer Joshua Stamper’s RIVERS, & Rojo’s Coffee
State of the Arts meets Quaker artists. mother and daughter Mary and Deborah Waddington in their riverfront studios in Salem, NJ. Collingswood composer Joshua Stamper uses dance, film, and music in RIVERS. The NJ Symphony Orchestra performs McKonkey's Ferry Concert Overture, by Trenton-born composer George Antheil. Plus, Molière’s classic School for Wives as set in mid-century France at Two River Theater in Red Bank, and a look at the art of coffee at Rojo’s in Lambertville.