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Pollak Theatre

Verdi’s Shakespearean comedy features a brilliant ensemble cast in Robert Carsen’s celebrated staging. Baritone Michael Volle sings his first Verdi role at the Met as the caddish knight Falstaff, gleefully tormented by a trio of clever women who deliver his comeuppance. Reuniting after their acclaimed performances in the production’s 2019 run are soprano Ailyn Pérez as Alice Ford, soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano as Meg Page, and mezzo-soprano Marie-Nicole Lemieux as Mistress Quickly. Soprano Hera Hyesang Park and tenor Bogdan Volkov are the young couple Nannetta and Fenton, and Daniele Rustioni conducts.

$23 (adult); $21 (senior); $10 (child); $5 (MU student)

What Remains: Ghost Forests, What We Have Lost and Gained.

Edison Atrium – Room 201

Pedram Daneshgar, Ph.D. Climate change induced sea level rise and storm related flooding events have had a dramatic effect on the coastal ecosystems of New Jersey. Salt water intrusion into coastal forests that are normally buffered by salt marsh ecosystems forests results in extensive tree die offs leaving behind what has been termed a “ghost […]

The Kinks’ Are the Village Green Preservation Society

The Great Hall Auditorium/Virtual 400 Cedar Ave, West Long Branch, NJ, United States

It’s just like book club but with albums! With new advances in technology, the way we consume music through our devices, apps and on demand streaming services like Pandora, Spotify and iTunes is making the idea of the “album” as an art form extinct. Get together with other music enthusiasts on Tuesday nights to discuss some of the greatest records of all-time! Listen to the album beforehand and then come prepared to discuss. This event will feature The Kinks’ Are the Village Green Preservation Society.

Free and open to the public, but RSVP is required.

Study Abroad 101

Pozycki Hall, Room 204

Do you want to learn more about studying abroad? Join us each Wednesday for information on studying abroad. Speak to students who have participated in our programs. Get some answers and get ready to travel. Visit the Study Abroad site

Fulbright U.S. Program Information Session for Students and Recent Graduates

Zoom (Online)

Are you a Monmouth University student or recent graduate curious about opportunities to conduct research or teach English abroad post- graduation? Are you interested in exploring other cultures and in advancing knowledge and understanding across communities and nations? Join us to learn about the mission of the Fulbright Program, fellowships you may pursue, and the […]

Climate Crisis Teach-In 2023: Are the Answers to Climate Change ‘Blowin’ In The Wind’?

Edison Atrium – Room 201

A Marine Science and Policy Perspective on Offshore Wind Energy in the Mid-Atlantic Bight. Jason Adolf, Ph.D., Keith Dunton, Ph.D., and Professor John Tiedemann. The development of offshore wind energy as an alternative to fossil fuel-based energy is happening rapidly on the continental shelf off the coasts of New Jersey and New York. However, there […]

Do You Know Where Your Art Comes From? by Victoria Reis

Pollak Theatre

rator Victoria Reis, Founder & Artistic Director of Transformer Arts Organization, will highlight innovative contemporary platforms artists and arts organizations have initiated nationally to develop, create, and present art. Showcasing a range of visual art practices, including performative, experiential, social, and pedagogical, Do You Know Where Your Art Comes From? investigates current and future models of art organizing.

Free and open to the public.

T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land


Join us for Tuesday Night Book Club! Hosted by Monmouth University’s Ken Womack, each month we’ll explore a different novel. All you have to do is Zoom in and join the discussion! This month’s novel is T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land

Free and open to the public, but RSVP is required.