Thursday, March 15, 2012
Patch is giving away two family four-packs to see the show in Newark
Thursday, March 15, 2012
The children’s classic story, “Pinnochio,” comes to life this weekend at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s Victoria Theater with a new twist: Patch wants to send eight lucky Patch readers to see it. In the NJPAC version of the story, audiences will be treated to a contemporary rap adaptation of the story featuring a hip-hop treatment. Patch readers will be eligible for one family four-pack for the Saturday, March 17 matinee at 2 pm and one family four-pack for the Sunday, March 18 matinee at 2 pm. Parking is not included in the package. If you don’t win our free tickets, you may purchase tickets at the NJPAC box office. Tickets are $22 for adults, $12 for children. The show is recommended for children age 6 or older. The deadline …
Saturday, January 21, 2012
Cuban jazz, folk music, mystical poetry and more -- happening in and about town this weekend.
Once Upon a Text: Recent Work by Leslie Nobler Friday, 20 January, 9:00 am – 3 pm Oakeside Bloomfield Cultural Center 240 Belleville Ave, Bloomfield, NJ FREE Art exhibition explores mystical poetry, artist’s books, collage and unique prints. New work features printing on metal surfaces and metallic finishes to digital art. Historic ritual/ceremonial handmade objects in age-old texts as related to personal and spiritual development. Open weekdays from 9am to 3pm from January 2 through February 2. Friday Morning Needlework/Knitting/Crocheting Club @ Bloomfield Public Library January 20, 11:00 am Bring your latest project, and look forward to a couple of hours of making new friends and sharing creative ideas. Beginners welcome! "…
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Fund provides those in need with discounted tickets - Deadline is September 15, 2011, so hurry!
A West Orange couple decided they wanted to make the performing arts accessible to those of limited means 14 years ago, and so they donated funds to the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, who then created the NJPAC Ticket Subsidy Fund. After Joan and Allen Bildner donated those funds, others contributed to the Ticket Subsidy Fund. And since then, NJPAC has been providing diverse community-based social service organizations that serve those of limited means with tickets to performances for a nominal fee. They are continuing to do so this year and the deadline for non-profit organizations to submit an application to get the tickets is Sept. 15. "The arts belong to everybody but the they are not cheap to produce," said Jeffrey Norman, vice …