Category: Special Events


A place to find news and information related to Madison Arts and Culture Alliance (MACA) events.

MADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY SPRING EVENTS!


ACE: Adult Creative Expression: Painless Poetry
 Friday, April 10 • 2–3:30 p.m. Celebrate National Poetry Month by creating some poems of your own. The emphasis will be on formulaic poems that are easy to create with terrific results (haiku, magnetic poetry, mad-lib poems, etc.). Bring along a favorite short poem to read (original or not). Sign up online or at the Circulation desk. Walk-ins welcome, Read More

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY SEEKS VOLUNTEERS FOR 2015 SEASON

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY SEEKS VOLUNTEERS FOR 2015 SEASON

Volunteer Open House to be held Wednesday, May 13  MADISON, NJ — The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, named Company of the Year by The Wall Street Journal, is seeking volunteers to assist with ushering, concessions, and its gift shop for the Theatre’s 2015 Season which begins May 28th.  The Shakespeare Theatre will hold a Volunteer Open House on Wednesday, May 13 Read More

Madison High School presents Les Miserables

Madison High School presents Les Miserables

On Thursday, March 26, Madison High School's much-anticipated show Les Miserables will open on the High School stage.  Madison's talented high school music director, Caryn Elefante has pulled out all the stops for this spectacular production, with an amazing, multi-layered set, more rehearsal time than ever and a huge live orchestra that includes both professional and top high school musicians.   Ms. Read More

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE ACADEMY

THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE ACADEMY

ADULTS AND TEENS CAN TAKE THE STAGE Specialty family workshops in mask-making, stage makeup as well as scene study and the popular Shakespeare Book Club MADISON, NJ— The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey is proud to announce the Shakespeare Theatre Academy, offering teen and adult classes and workshops in a variety of disciplines connected with classic theatre, will begin its third year this March. Participants work under Read More