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CANCELLED – Lee Rocker of the Stray Cats

Pollak Theatre

Lee Rocker and the Stray Cats sold more than 10 million records, garnered an astounding 23 gold and platinum records worldwide, and were music video pioneers of the MTV. The Stray Cat’s worldwide mega hits “Stray Cat Strut”, “Sexy and Seventeen” and “Rock this Town” have become a part of the fabric of rock and roll. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has included “Rock this Town” as one of the 500 most important songs in rock.

$25 (Loge); $35 (Orchestra); $50 (Gold Circle)

Die Walküre (Encore)

Pollak Theatre

The second installment of Wagner’s Ring cycle, Die Walküre, stars heroic soprano Christine Goerke as the warrior goddess Brünnhilde, whose encounter with the mortal twins Siegmund and Sieglinde, sung by Stuart Skelton and Eva-Maria Westbroek, leads her on a journey from Valhalla to earthbound humanity. Philippe Jordan conducts.

$23

American Idiot

Lauren K. Woods Theatre

MU Players present their fifth annual student produced musical, featuring a celebration of student performers, directors, choreographers, and designers.
Green Day's powerhouse album is brought to life in this electric-rock musical of youthful disillusion.
The two-time Tony Award-winning hit musical Green Day's American Idiot, based on the Grammy Award-winning multi-platinum album, boldly takes the American musical where it's never gone before. This high-octane show includes every song from Green Day's album, American Idiot, as well as several songs from its follow-up release, 21st Century Breakdown.

$10

American Idiot

Lauren K. Woods Theatre

MU Players present their fifth annual student produced musical, featuring a celebration of student performers, directors, choreographers, and designers.
Green Day's powerhouse album is brought to life in this electric-rock musical of youthful disillusion.
The two-time Tony Award-winning hit musical Green Day's American Idiot, based on the Grammy Award-winning multi-platinum album, boldly takes the American musical where it's never gone before. This high-octane show includes every song from Green Day's album, American Idiot, as well as several songs from its follow-up release, 21st Century Breakdown.

$10

Classical Fun

The Great Hall Auditorium

A joyous program of music by some of the greatest composers of all time -
Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Wagner, and others.
The MU Chamber Orchestra, comprised of students, faculty, staff, and administrators, performs a variety of compositions from the classical repertory. This spring concert also features music for chamber ensembles from within the orchestra-solos, duos, trios, quintets.

Urban Coast Institute Marine & Environment Speaker Series

Edison Atrium - Room 201

Money, Mandate, and Water Management with Professor Keith Rizzardi, St. Thomas University School of Law   Professor Keith Rizzardi from St. Thomas University School of Law will speak about climate […]

Climate Change, Coasts & Communities Symposium

The Great Hall Auditorium

The “new normal” of increased storm events, flooding, sea level rise, and coastal erosion from climate change presents daunting adaptation challenges for New Jersey in the years ahead. This symposium […]

Spring Dance Concert: The Dance Has Many Faces

Lauren K. Woods Theatre

Feel inspired and touched as artists produce a dance worth trending. Discover many forms of dance in collaboration with Student Scholarship Week. Artists from the spring dance classes and dance teams of our Monmouth University will present their understanding of the diverse world of dancing. Performances will feature the choreographic exploration of the students and the faculty

Who Cares about Diversity? We Do! And So Should You

Pozycki Hall 214

What does diversity mean to you as a graduate student at Monmouth? What role will issues of diversity and inclusion play for you in the workplace? How should you prepare? […]

5678 Dance Club Recital

Pollak Theatre

Come out and see 5678 dance club's wonderful spring recital for all ages on Easter weekend.

Free for MU students,$8 to the public