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Cinderella

Aug 24

Cinderella 

Lauren K. Woods Theatre - 3 PM

The Paper Moon Puppet Theatre presents Cinderella, a delightful version of the timeless classic created specially for the puppet theatre, featuring beautiful rod puppets, scenery and hilarious characters.


The Simon String Quartet Free Concert

Aug 7

The Simon String Quartet Free Concert 

Wilson Auditorium - 8 PM

The Simon String Quartet (Fiona Simon and Sebu Sirinian, violins; Lisa Suslowicz, viola; David Bakamjian, cello) will be joined by other Summer String-In faculty members – violist Kimberly Foster-Wallace and cellist Joseph Kimura – to play Dvorak’s Sextet in A Major, Op 48 and Dohnanyi’s Sextet in B♭ Major.

Free Event


The Simon String Quartet Free Concert

Aug 5

The Simon String Quartet Free Concert 

Wilson Auditorium - 8 PM

The Simon Quartet will perform Haydn’s jocular Quartet in F Major, Op. 50, No 5, followed by Debussy’s richly textured Quartet, and finally, one of Mozart’s late masterpieces, the Quartet in B♭ Major, K. 589.

Free Event


May 2

Monmouth Pride Day 

Shadow Lawn - 11 AM

Details


Light of Day Foundation presents: Alejandro Escovedo & the Sensitive Boys with Special Guest Amy Cook

Apr 25

Light of Day Foundation presents: Alejandro Escovedo & the Sensitive Boys with Special Guest Amy Cook 

Pollak Theatre - 8 PM

Alejandro Escovedo is a roots rock/alternative country singer/songwriter from Austin, Texas. He began a career in the early 1980’s that spans 14 albums, thousands of live shows and hundreds of thousands of miles on the road forging an identity that is one with his muse and his music.


Natalie Diaz

Apr 17-18

Natalie Diaz 

Wilson Auditorium - 11 AM

Native American poet Natalie Diaz will speak about the language revitalization program at Fort Mojave, her home reservation, where she works with the last Elder speakers of the Mojave language.

Free Event


33rd Annual Black Maria Film and Video Festival

Apr 1

33rd Annual Black Maria Film and Video Festival 

Pollak Theatre - 7:30 PM

The films that become the centerpiece of the Black Maria Film and Video Festival honor the vision of Thomas Edison, New Jersey inventor and creator of the motion picture. It was his New Jersey studio, the world’s first, which he called the “black maria” (pronounced "mariah") after which the festival is named. The cutting edge, cross-genre work that makes up the festival’s touring program, has been traveling across the country every year for decades. Black Maria focuses on diverse short films – narrative, experimental, animation, and documentary - including those which address issues and struggles within contemporary society such as the environment, public health, race and class, family, sustainability, and much more. These exceptional works ranging from comedy to drama to the exploration of pure form in film and video are not sidebars to feature length films, they are the heart and soul of the festival. The program is free and all are welcome. Works which will be screened are unrated; some of the content is sophisticated and might not be suited to younger audiences.

Free Event


Ladies and Gentlemen...The Beatles!

Feb 8

Ladies and Gentlemen...The Beatles! 

Wilson Hall - 10 AM

Monmouth University and the Los Angeles-based GRAMMY Museum have partnered to commemorate the tremendous impact that the Fab Four had on American society with a day-long symposium called Ladies and Gentlemen … The Beatles! to be held in the historic Wilson Hall. The symposium will feature a keynote address, three panels and musical performances through the day.

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Winter Commencement

Jan 17

Winter Commencement 

MAC At Monmouth - 1:30 PM

Monmouth University will hold Winter Commencement on Friday, January 17, 2014, at 1:30 p.m. on campus in the Multipurpose Activity Center. Live video online will be available starting at 1:15 p.m.

Details


Fall Poetry Festival

Nov 2

Fall Poetry Festival 

Bey Hall - 9 AM

Monmouth University and the Long Branch Arts Council will co-sponsor an event with keynote presenters Kim Addonizio and Ron Mitchell.

Free Event


Celebrating One Hundred Years of Rabindranath Tagore's Gitanjali

Oct 14

Celebrating One Hundred Years of Rabindranath Tagore's Gitanjali 

Wilson Auditorium - 4:30 PM

A celebration of the thoughts, poetry, music, and artistry of Rabindranath Tagore, and a commemoration of one hundred years of his Nobel Prize for Literature, for his 'Gitanjali' an Offering in Songs.

Free Event


Ghost Hunters Live

Oct 4

Ghost Hunters Live 

Pollak Theatre - 9 PM

Since its 2004 Syfy Channel premiere, Ghost Hunters has become television’s #1 paranormal reality series. The show is now in its ninth season and is aired in more than 170 countries. Leader of The Atlantic Paranormal Society-Jason Hawes with fellow lead investigator Steve Gonsalves, will now bring their experiences with the paranormal and understanding of unexplained disturbances to live audiences in their theater presentation. Hear them talk about their scariest experiences, see unreleased footage from the show, and ask them questions about themselves or perhaps a ghostly experience of your own!


Springsteen & I

Sep 23

Springsteen & I 

Pollak Theatre - 7:30 PM

Tickets on sale 9/16. Forty years ago, Bruce Springsteen burst onto the rock scene and changed it forever. His music defines a generation, but behind the songs were remarkable stories about the fans who lived them. Come celebrate Bruce's birthday with this documentary-biographical film directed by Baillie Walsh documenting his life and career through the eyes and insights of his fans throughout the world.