Category: Great Performances


Video taken of various performance artists at different Madison Arts and Cultural Alliance events.

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

Quicksilver Baroque

Quicksilver Baroque

Friday, October 3, 2014 at the Concert Hall at Drew University The (Very) First Viennese School Music in Vienna actually had its first flourishing long before Mozart. The splendid seventeenth-century court of the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I, who was a great music lover and connoisseur, brought together virtuosos from Italy and native-born composers to create a remarkable musical culture. Our program explores Read More

THE NEW JERSEY PREMIERE OF AWARD-WINNING CONTEMPORARY PLAY WITTENBERG​ ​AT THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE

THE NEW JERSEY PREMIERE OF AWARD-WINNING CONTEMPORARY PLAY WITTENBERG​ ​AT THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE

MADISON, NJ —The Shakespeare Theatre is proud to present the New Jersey premiere of the award-winning play Wittenberg by David Davalos, in which he ingeniously manipulates time and space to unite an unusual trio—Doctor Faustus, Martin Luther, and Hamlet—for a witty and provocative debate about faith, fate, existence, and tennis.  The “big questions,” the enigmas that eternally puzzle

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The Shakespeare Theatre Celebrates America’s Early Days with George Bernard Shaw’s The Devil’s Disciple

The Shakespeare Theatre Celebrates America’s Early Days with George Bernard Shaw’s  The Devil’s Disciple

Exciting partnerships include “pop up” exhibit from Museum of Early Trades and Crafts and a signature cocktail at local tavern Poor Herbie’s

 MADISON, NJ — The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey presents George Bernard Shaw’s Revolutionary War drama The Devil’s Disciple.  Just in time for the Fourth of July and the 350th anniversary of New Jersey’s charter, The Devil’s Disciple celebrates the spirit

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