On June 1, 1993, Bruce Springsteen wrapped up his 1992-93 world tour with what has come to be known as his Other Band: A group of mostly non-E Street Band musicians who did a decent job, but still were inevitably compared…admin | Filed under: Art, New Jersey | Tags: Bruce Springsteen, New Jersey, New Jersey's 350th Anniversary, NJ 350, Sea Bright | Comments Off on ‘Jersey Girl,’ Bruce Springsteen with Clarence Clemons & the Red Bank Rockers
New Jersey high school and college film students will have a chance to compete for an summer internship with Sony Pictures Classics in a contest announced today by the Count Basie Theatre.
PROJECT FX, the theater’s Statewide Student Film Festival, looks to inspire, invite and recognize emerging talent right in our own back yard and bring it before a panel of judges that can advance New Jersey’s reputation as a breeding ground for fantastic technical, directional and / or creative film making talent.
Students from all New Jersey high schools, public, private and parochial, as well as student is public and private colleges, universities and community colleges are invited to participate.
Entries, which must be no more than 10 minutes long and produced in 2013 or later, will be accepted until February 15, 2014.admin | Filed under: Art, Count Basie Theatre, Education, Monmouth County, New Jersey, News | Tags: Count Basie Theatre, Monmouth County, New Jersey, Project FX, Project FX Film Festival, Student filmakers | Comments Off on Count Basie Theatre Announces Student Film Competition
Freeholder Director Burry, Steve and Maureen Van Zandt and Mary Eileen Fouratt honored by Count Basie
RED BANK, NJ – Monmouth County Freeholder Director Lillian G. Burry was honored with a Vanguard Award by the Count Basie Theatre.
“It is an honor to be chosen as one of the first recipients of the Vanguard Awards,” Burry said. “I believe that art and history are the foundation of our society and it is essential to maintain a strong presence of the arts in our communities.”
The Vanguard Awards took place on Aug. 22. Vanguard Awards were also given to E-Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt and his wife Maureen Van Zandt and Monmouth County Arts Council executive director Mary Eileen Fouratt.
The evening featured a Rockit Woodstock reprisal performed by students aged 8 to 18.admin | Filed under: Art, Lillian Burry, Monmouth County | Tags: Count Basie Theatre, Maureen Eileen Fouratt, Maureen Van Zandt, Rockit!, Stevie Van Zandt, Vanguard Awards | Comments Off on Freeholder Director Burry, Steve and Maureen Van Zandt and Mary Eileen Fouratt honored by Count Basie
The Belmar Arts Council is primarily a volunteer organization that is housed in a building located at the corner of 7th Avenue and River Road near the railroad tracks in the Borough of Belmar.
It is dedicated to improving the quality of life for our residents, visitors and neighbors by helping the arts to flourish and offering diverse and exciting experiences in both the visual and performing arts for people of all ages
in a quaint coffee-house atmosphere.
Beginning tonight at 7PM, SHERLOCK’S FIRST ADVENTURE will run from through Saturday, April 5th at Henry Hudson Regional School, 1 Grand Tour, Highlands.
(All performances begin at 7pm).
Tickets will be sold at the door, and are $7 general admission, and
$5 for students/seniors.
Light dessert refreshments will be available.
TONIGHT ( Wednesday) ALL tickets are just $5!!!!!
The play, by award-winning playwright Craig Sodaro, is a two-act
mystery-comedy inspired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic character, Sherlock Holmes. The story introduces us to a young Holmes, who,
along with his friend John Watson, unravels his first real case while still a student at a Victorian-era London boarding school.
Featuring a cast of 22, all 7th and 8th graders at Henry Hudson Middle School will present .
For more information, visit the school’s website, at www.hhrs.us or
Colonial American Bank and the Monmouth Museum are exhibiting the work of Monmouth County’s emerging artists, Gary Dates, photographer and Jane Dell, mixed media painter, at the bank’s Middletown branch, 1405 Rt 35 (Middletown Plaza) starting tomorrow, March 7 through May.
The exhibition kicks off with an opening reception tomorrow from 5-7. The reception is free and open to the public.Posted: March 6th, 2013 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Art, Monmouth County | Tags: Colonial American Bank, Emerging Artists, Gary Dates, Jane Dell, Monmouth Museum | Comments Off on Middletown Bank Hosts Emerging Artists