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    • Musical “Anything Goes” at Monmouth University’s Woods Theatre Nov 4 - 15

      October 14, 2015

      The classic American musical by Cole Porter is the first musical presented during the fall semester at historic Woods Theatre by Monmouth University's Department of Music and Theatre Arts.

    • Pine Hill Projects Joins 10th Anniversary Slate of Events

      October 07, 2015

      As part of its 10th Anniversary slate of events, The Center for the Arts at Monmouth University has announced that tickets are now on sale for a Sunday, November 1 concert by the folk-Americana music duo The Pine Hill Project. Scheduled for 7:00 p.m. inside the Pollak Theatre, the concert marks the first area appearance for the project co-fronted by two musical friends and contemporaries — the professional psychologist turned singer-songwriter Lucy Kaplansky, and Lakehurst-born folk artist Richard Shindell. At the same time, it represents a long-awaited “welcome back” to the Monmouth campus for both performers, who previously appeared on the Pollak stage in 1999 (and in the company of Dar Williams) as members of Cry Cry Cry.

    • Nation in Motion: Lakota Sioux Dancers “Come to the Center” for Monmouth U Performance

      October 07, 2015

      As part of the 20th annual season of Performing Arts events at the Pollak Theatre, The Center for the Arts at Monmouth University has announced that tickets are on sale for a Sunday matinee performance by Lakota Sioux Indian Dance Theatre.

    • New Art Exhibit: James Deane: A Hidden Treasure

      October 07, 2015

      Monmouth University’s Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the opening of a new art exhibit James Deane: A Hidden Treasure taking place in the Pollak Gallery September 8 through October 26. The exhibit, curated by David McCudden, will feature recently discovered artwork by artistic visionary James Deane, a life-long resident of Long Branch (1906 – 2001). The works featured in the exhibit include magnificent botanical studies, futuristic landscape paintings and whimsical pottery, most of which has been unseen since the 1930’s. There will be a reception and gallery talk by Deane’s former friend/neighbor and Monmouth University professor Richard Brewer on Wednesday, October 7th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

    • New Jersey’s First Woman Chief Justice and Attorney General to Serve as Monmouth University's Public Servant in Residence

      September 29, 2015

      New Jersey’s first woman Chief Justice and Attorney General, Deborah Poritz, will serve as Monmouth University's Public Servant in Residence during the 2015-2016 academic year.