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The Westminster Choir and Bang on a Can All-Stars, a New York-based classical musical organization, performed Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning composition “Anthracite Fields” i[...]
By Jason Mount It’s time to get your glow on with Rider’s annual ArtBeast on April 28 from 3 p.m. to midnight. This year’s theme is “Color & Glow,” with advertisements boasting[...]
By Megan Lupo From the moment the first notes played, the orchestra jolted the packed crowd upright with their instrumentals for The Westminster Players’ performance of “Merrily We[...]
By Bethany-May Howard Rider University’s theater ensemble anticipates that its adaptation of the classic Shakespearean play “The Tempest” will take its audiences by storm in the Yv[...]
By Paige Ewing Students zipped into Rider’s second annual Rock Fest on April 21. With tons of food, a live band, a zip line and a huge bonfire, there was something to do from start[...]
By Bethany-May Howard The Rider University Dance Ensemble (RDE) will celebrate its 10th anniversary in the Bart Luedeke Center Theater (BLC) with “A Decade of Dance,” a showcase th[...]
By Jason Mount The Westminster Players are ready to explore the transition of the stage to the screen in their upcoming performance of “Merrily We Roll Along,” running April 20 thr[...]
By Jessica Hergert Last week, I got into a cab and met a woman whose love for her country was equally as beautiful as the landscape surrounding me. She laughed and said, “We’ve tru[...]
By Gianluca D’Elia The average age of a New Jersey assemblyperson is 54, and there are only 10 millennials within the 80-member legislative body, according to Rutgers’ Eagleton Ins[...]
By Jason Mount A show of brides, betrayal and bargains took the Robert L. Annis Playhouse stage with Czech opera, “The Bartered Bride,” at Westminster on April 8. Stage directed by[...]
By Kimberly Ortiz A colorful musical about choosing love over one’s self, “Once on This Island,” ran at the Yvonne Theater from April 5 to 9. Directed by acting professor Trent Bla[...]