Category: MACA News

News and information about MACA-related programs, events, and more.


MADISON, NJ —Next up on its Main Stage, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey presents the Bard’s epic pageant play Henry VIII. Centered around the tug-of-wars between church and state and husband and wife, the play culminates in the birth of England’s future Queen Elizabeth I, Shakespeare’s great patron and Henry’s fierce and very female heir. Performances begin October 15 at

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Barbershop chorus to host ‘Sing, Brother, Sing!’

Barbershop chorus to host ‘Sing, Brother, Sing!’

‘Sing, Brother, Sing!’ will feature the Morris Music Men—Morris county’s premiere barbershop chorus—as well as Up All Night, a nationally ranked quartet that combines amazing singing with rib-tickling comedy and old-time barbershop melodies. And if that isn’t enough, there’s also 36 Madison Avenue, a talented group of guys from Drew who perform the best in contemporary a cappella. Also appearing will Read More

CABARET Swinging on a Star Songs of Jimmy Van Heusen

CABARET  Swinging on a Star Songs of Jimmy Van Heusen

Monday, October 6, 7:30 p.m. This program of great music celebrates the songs of one of the most prolific, but least known composers of Oscar-winning hits, sung by two of Broadway’s top stars, Sierra Boggess and Norm Lewis (Phantom of the Opera; Little Mermaid). NNorm Lewis (photo Peter Hurley) Jimmy Van Heusen penned many award-winning songs (and Sinatra favorites) including: Come Fly With Me Swinging on a Star (Oscar) Call Me Irresponsible (Oscar) High Hopes  (Oscar) All the Way (Oscar) Love and Marriage (Emmy) My Read More

DDC/MACA Sidewalk Gallery 2014

DDC/MACA Sidewalk Gallery 2014

Welcome to the Madison Sidewalk Gallery After a very successful inaugural event in 2013, the Madison Arts Sidewalk Gallery will return this spring.  We are anticipating another  talented group of New Jersey Artists who will participate in this   public art exhibition which will be installed Saturday May 3. The Madison Sidewalk Gallery is a collaborative project between the Madison Arts & Culture Read More