Save The Date

October 1 - October 8

LONG BRANCH - New Jersey Repertory Company presents a week long extravaganza of the arts, October 1- October 8, inaugurating its new West End Arts Center at 132 West End Avenue.The ALL ABOUT EVE FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS will feature Theatre Brut with 28 plays, live music, poetry, art and photography. For details on schedules and events call the box office at 732-229-3166, or visit  www.njrep.orgTicket prices vary with dates and performances. Reserve individual events or purchase an all-inclusive festival pass.
28 Short plays:
Session One - Sunday, October 1 at 2pm:
Blood Sausage by John Biguenet 
Breaking in the New Boss
by Gino DiIorio
Love is a Train by R.N. Sandberg
The Naming by Constance Marse
Session Two - Sunday, October 1 at 8pm:
Deliver Us
by Ian August  
Ful Nabit
by J. Thalia Cunningham  
How My Grandparents Fell in Love
by Cary Gitter  
This Year's Model
by Donna Hoke
Session Three - Friday, October 6 at 8pm: 
After You
by Lee Blessing
Australia's Oldest Woman by Kieran Carroll
Eve in the Hot Seat by Brian Richard Mori 
Stepping Into Fire (musical) by Jonathan Brielle and Tom Coash
Session Four - Saturday, October 7 at 2pm:
Her Place in the World
by D.W. Gregory
Something About Eve by Lynne Halliday
The Conversation by Wendie Malick  
The Outside Edge of a Full Circle by Matthew Harrington
Session Five - Saturday, October 7 at 8pm:
Barroom Sonata by Jack Canfora
Miss Mary Edwards
by Elaine Smith
New York City Girls will Kill You by Graham Techler
Snake Eggs
by Lauren Waters
Session Six - Sunday, October 8 at 2pm:
Cubs Win! by Marisa Smith
Eviction by Nancy Cooper Frank
Pittsburgh by Michael Tucker
The Late Shift by Willow Martin
Session Seven - Sunday, October 8 at 8pm:
A Few Good PB&J's by Jeremy Kehoe
Exhibit A by L.H. Grant
Mountaineer by Ken Weitzman  
Performance Review by Nedra Pezold Roberts  
Click on highlighted links to purchase tickets to individual sessions.

Art & Photography

Reception: Wednesday, October 4, 6pm - 8pm
Artists Represented Include: Jimmy Leslie, Amy Faris, Mary Phillips, Kate Wilts, Lizzi Shippert, Sven Widen, Janelle Wilson, Mare Akana, Lori Lee Sperling, Suzanne Osterweil Weber, Nicole Hymowitz.
Photographer Andrea Phox will exhibit her work Shine:100, featuring 100 extraordinary women who have made a difference in Long Branch.
Thursday, October 5 at 8pm
Performing for Music Night: Jackson Pines, Homeless Apians, Bone and Marrow, Accidental Seabirds.
Tickets to Music Night $15.

Live Music will also be presented after each Theatre Brut Session.
Performers include: Bobby Jackson, Olympia's Daughters, Gary Mayer, Matt & Cody, Jazz Arts.

Poetry Night

Tuesday, October 3 at 7pm.
Poets include: Sharon Baller, David Briggs, Eloise Bruce, Joe Bisicchia, Gregg G. Brown, Warren Cooper, Maryanne Christiano-Mistretta, Emanuel di Pasquale, Juditha Dowd, Frank Finale, Ellen Foos, Lois Marie Harrod, Penny Harter, Flora Higgins, Evelyn Hampton, Lainey Johnson, Victoria Kaloss, Charles H. Johnson, Lois LaPointe Kiely, Lynn Levin, Joanne Leva, Mihaela Moscaliuc, Judy Michaels, Bernadette McBride, Linda Muhlhausen, Susan Martin, Louis Nappen, Sharon Olson, Sue Sherrill, Hillary Ann Smith, Jennifer Stahl, Mathew Spano, Maxine Susman, Bob Rosenbloom, Karen Topham, Frank Valentino, Rosemary Wright, Carol Wich.
Tickets to Poetry Night $15.

Plus Refreshments and Spirits!

Purchase an All Inclusive Festival Pass for all 7 sessions of Theatre Brut, Music Night, Poetry Night, Art & Photography for $300 and help support NJ Rep

New Jersey Repertory Company

132 West End Avenue, Long Branch, NJ 07740

Festival Sponsors

Sponsors include: Manasquan Bank Charitable Foundation, Investors Foundation, Kearny Bank, Christina Hewitt, Jack's Goal Line Stand, Connolly-Campion-Wright Insurance.
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