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Les Paul Thru the Lens

Pollak Gallery

“Les Paul: Thru the Lens” explores the life of pioneering musician and innovator Les Paul. Through a series of 24 photographs, visitors will see a chronicle of Paul’s life, career, and achievements: his early performances as Red Hot Red, his marriage to and work with Mary Ford, his explorations in the recording studio and with the electric guitar, and of course his long and influential performing career.

Free and open to the public

2023 Senior Exhibition

DiMattio Gallery at Rechnitz Hall

Featuring the work of Monmouth University graduating seniors who will receive their degrees from the Department of Art & Design.

Free and open to the public

Tell Pharaoh

Pollak Theatre

Produced by DUNBAR REPERTORY COMPANY, Tell Pharaoh is a concert drama about Harlem, our nation’s foremost Black community, from the time of slavery all the way through the 21st century. Written by playwright Loften Mitchell who was part of a groundswell of writers that contributed to the Black American theatre movement in the 1960s, the play is a masterfully crafted and poetic recitation of a history that began long before the slave trade.

$20; Groups of 10 or more $17