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20th Annual Festival of Fine Craft on Oct. 6-7

WheatonArts and Cultural Center is celebrating its 20th year of the Festival of Fine Craft on Oct. 6 and 7, rain or shine! This event, sponsored by OceanFirst, features the works of 150 contemporary and traditional artists and crafts people. Throughout the WheatonArts campus, artists working in clay, fiber, glass, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed medium, wearable art, wood and more will showcase... Read More

Jackie Evancho Christmas Show Returns to Ocean City

Platinum-selling, 18-year-old vocal sensation Jackie Evancho will return to the Ocean City Music Pier for a Christmas show 7:30 p.m. Nov. 24. Jackie will perform a selection of songs from her critically acclaimed “Someday at Christmas” album. Jackie’s Christmas show is filled with classic Christmas and popular holiday songs. Jackie will join musicians from the Ocean City Pops Orchestra to... Read More

Ocean City Theatre Company Announces Fall/Winter Programming

After a successful summer season, the Ocean City Theatre Company (OCTC) is thrilled to announce its fall and winter programming. With a screen-to-stage theme, all three planned productions are famous and iconic movies which have been adapted for the stage. The 2018 fall/winter season will feature a mix of professional and educational programming at the Ocean City Music Pier! In October, the... Read More

Theater Week in Cape May is Sept. 26-30

If one wishes to immerse him or herself in theater and save money, then the 2nd Annual Theater Week in Cape May from Sept. 26-30 is the perfect time for both.

East Lynne Theater Company is offering the New Jersey premiere of "Silent Sky," written by Lauren Gunderson, currently the most produced playwright in the country. The cast of five is under the direction of Tom Bryn, who portrayed... Read More

East Lynne Theater Company Presents the NJ Premiere of ‘Silent Sky’

In 1912, astronomer Henrietta Leavitt provided the key to determining the size of the cosmos, which was a valuable stepping stone for others to be able to measure the distance of stars and galaxies. As a working woman, she balanced her dedication to science with family obligations and the possibility of love. Like many women, she was looking for her place in the universe.

East Lynne... Read More

Open House at Cape Shore Chorus Sept. 20

Do you love to sing?

Cape Shore Chorus is the local chapter of Sweet Adelines International, a world-wide organization devoted to four-part harmony singing – in the barbershop style! Cape Shore Chorus meets each Thursday night at the Upper Township Community Center, 1790 Rt. 50 in Tuckahoe, beginning at 8 p.m. No formal music training is required! If you like to sing and can carry a... Read More

Cape May Stage Continues Season with World Premiere of ‘The Shuck’

As the end of summer approaches, Cape May Stage is pleased to announce “The Shuck” by Shawn Fisher opens Sept. 19. This world premiere by a Cape May native provides a gritty look inside the life of Constance, an oyster boat captain who is forced to face the truth about her family and the secrets that broke them apart so many years ago.

Making her debut at Cape May Stage is Kim Zimmer... Read More

Cape May Stage Continues Season into Fall with World Premiere of ‘The Shuck’

As the end of summer approaches, Cape May Stage is pleased to announce “The Shuck” by Shawn Fisher opens Sept. 19 and runs through Nov. 19. This world premiere by a Cape May native provides a gritty look inside the life of Constance, an oyster boat captain who is forced to face the truth about her family and the secrets that broke them apart so many years ago.

Making her debut at Cape... Read More

Ocean City Pops and Atlantic City Ballet Show to Feature 'Swan Lake'

The Ocean City Pops and the Atlantic City Ballet will combine forces to celebrate music and dance with a focus on "Swan Lake" on Aug. 26. "An Evening of Song and Dance – Collaboration with the Atlantic City Ballet" begins at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 26 at the Ocean City Music Pier. The show also will feature guest conductor Jonathan Kreamer.

Tickets are $18 to $22 and are available at... Read More

East Lynne Theater Company’s ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ Breaks Box Office Records

The award-winning East Lynne Theater Company has seen many successes since its founding in 1980, but none like “Arsenic and Old Lace.” Although first produced on Broadway in 1941 by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, Joseph Kesselring’s comedy is still the most produced play in this country today. Yes – It’ just that good!

An excerpt from a recent review in Exit Zero: “This is one of the... Read More