LAST OF THE RED HOT LOVERS by Neil Simon

Middle-aged and married, overworked and overweight, Barney Cashman wants to join the sexual revolution before it's too late and arranges three seductions: the first, Elaine Navazio proves to be a foul-mouthed bundle of neuroses; Bobbi Michele is next, a 20-ish actress who's too kooky by half; finally comes September and Jeanette Fisher, a gloomy, depressed housewife who happens to be married to Barney's best friend.


Ann Hampton Callaway

Ann Hampton Callaway is one of the leading champions of the great American Songbook, having made her mark as a singer, pianist, composer, lyricist, arranger, actress, educator, TV host and producer. Voted recently by Broadwayworld.com as "Performer of the Year" Ann is born entertainer. Her unique singing style that blends jazz and traditional pop, making her a mainstay in concert halls, theaters and jazz clubs as well as in the recording studio, on television, and in film. She is best known for Tony-nominated performance in the hit Broadway musical Swing! and for writing and singing the theme song to the hit TV series The Nanny. Callaway is a Platinum Award winning writer whose songs are featured on seven of Barbra Streisand's recent CD's. The only composer to have collaborated with Cole Porter, she has also written songs with Carole King, Rolf Lovland and Barbara Carroll to name a few.

Callaway's live performances showcase her warmth, spontaneous wit and passionate delivery of standards, jazz classics and originals. Her cabaret show "The Streisand Songbook" garnered Ann two Broadwayworld.com Awards and the 2013 MAC Award for Show of the Year.


ADOPT A SAILOR by Charles Evered

Adopt a Sailor is about Patricia and Richard, a successful and artistic couple from New York City who inadvertently "adopt a sailor" during Fleet Week in New York City, and the young man from Turkeyscratch, Arkansas who changes their lives forever.


Schubert "Trout" Quintet

Grammy winner Eugene Drucker and Roberta Cooper are joined by NY Philharmonic principal bass Timothy Cobb, pianist Gili Melamed-Lev, and violist William Frampton for Schubert’s joyful “Trout” Quintet. This quintet is distinctive because the unusual string quartet instrumentation includes the bass. A youthful Schubert wrote this work  nicknamed “Trout” because the fourth movement consists of variations on a previous Lied “Die Forelle” (“The Trout”). Also on the program is “The Swan” from Carnival of the Animals by St. Saens.

This program is made possible in part by funding from The Gloucester County Cultural and Heritage Commission at Rowan College of South Jersey, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

 


Atlantic City Food Tour: Ducktown

Location: Noyes Arts Garage

Ducktown is a district of Atlantic City that was heavily settled by Italian immigrants in the 20th century. On this tour, you’ll stop and eat at some local restaurants that have been established in the neighborhood since the early 1900s.

Also, on the tour is the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University. You’ll see beautiful art work and learn about the center’s commitment to the community.  Eat, explore and learn about the rest of Ducktown’s story when you join our walking food tour.

For more information, call or visit us online.

On The Town Food Tours: Atlantic City

1-866-316-5081 or 609-721-5164

Ticket Price:  $75.00


Atlantic City Food Tour: Ducktown

Location: Noyes Arts Garage

Ducktown is a district of Atlantic City that was heavily settled by Italian immigrants in the 20th century. On this tour, you’ll stop and eat at some local restaurants that have been established in the neighborhood since the early 1900s.

Also, on the tour is the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University. You’ll see beautiful art work and learn about the center’s commitment to the community.  Eat, explore and learn about the rest of Ducktown’s story when you join our walking food tour.

For more information, call or visit us online.

On The Town Food Tours: Atlantic City

1-866-316-5081 or 609-721-5164

Ticket Price:  $75.00


Atlantic City Food Tour: Ducktown

Location: Noyes Arts Garage

Ducktown is a district of Atlantic City that was heavily settled by Italian immigrants in the 20th century. On this tour, you’ll stop and eat at some local restaurants that have been established in the neighborhood since the early 1900s.

Also, on the tour is the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University. You’ll see beautiful art work and learn about the center’s commitment to the community.  Eat, explore and learn about the rest of Ducktown’s story when you join our walking food tour.

For more information, call or visit us online.

On The Town Food Tours: Atlantic City

1-866-316-5081 or 609-721-5164

Ticket Price:  $75.00


Atlantic City Food Tour: Ducktown

Location: Noyes Arts Garage

Ducktown is a district of Atlantic City that was heavily settled by Italian immigrants in the 20th century. On this tour, you’ll stop and eat at some local restaurants that have been established in the neighborhood since the early 1900s.

Also, on the tour is the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University. You’ll see beautiful art work and learn about the center’s commitment to the community.  Eat, explore and learn about the rest of Ducktown’s story when you join our walking food tour.

For more information, call or visit us online.

On The Town Food Tours: Atlantic City

1-866-316-5081 or 609-721-5164

Ticket Price:  $75.00


SCOSA Art Tour at Noyes Hammonton

Location: Noyes Museum Galleries, Stockton at Hammonton, 30 Front St., Hammonton

Take a brief tour for an overview of the art exhibitions in the Noyes Museum Galleries in Hammonton. Your guide will lead you on an informative walk through the galleries, offering insights on the exhibiting artists, their techniques and their subject matter.

Register HERE


SCOSA: Corn Husk People Workshop

Location: Noyes Galleries at Kramer Hall

In collaboration with SCOSA, the Stockton Center on Successful Aging, this Second Wednesday in Hammonton we are hosting a Corn Husk People Art Activity! Corn Husk People were originally a Native American craft that was adapted by early Americans. They require dried corn husks, twine, and yarn to create figures. Boys and girls are welcome to create a corn husk person and experience what they would have played with more than 200 years ago!

Register Here on Eventbrite