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Concerts & Theater at the Hart

Sunday, January 7 at 2:00 pm

Sunday Concert -Contemporary Jazz: Kristina Koller
With a music scholarship, Kristina studied jazz at the Hartt School's Jackie McLean Institute of Jazz and finished her formal music education at The City College of New York where she received her BFA in Jazz Studies. She has studied with prominent jazz musicians such as Steve Wilson, Charenee Wade, Marion Cowings, Cyrille Aimee & Amy London. Kristina has performed at many venues & halls throughout New York City including the Apollo Theater, Symphony Space, Smoke, Mezzrow, Minton's & Rockwood Music Hall. She was a featured artist at the 2016 New Brunswick Women in Jazz Series. Kristina was selected and performed as a Jazz Discovery Artist for the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival. Kristina Koller is a very original contemporary jazz vocalist, one that anyone interested in jazz, or for that matter progressive music needs to hear. Kristinakoller.net.

Sunday, January 28 at 2:00 pm

Library Theater: The Prodigy
Written and performed by Rick Apicella. THE PRODIGY is a 50 minute one-man drama/comedy about a trainer who discovers a mysterious prodigy of "The Sweet Science"...boxing. Watch as Rick Apicella magically transforms into Andrew Saracco, the trainer, Rosalyn, the neighbor, Jimmy McLaughlin, the champ, Mitch Mitchum, the promoter and many other characters whose lives will never be the same after meeting The Prodigy! "Sport is art. It unites us. All of us."

Sunday, February 4 at 2:00 pm

Sunday Concert - TBA.

Sunday, March 4 at 2:00 pm

Sunday Concert - TBA.

Sunday, March 18 at 2:00 pm

Library Theater: Hamlet
Red Monkey Theater Group and M&M Performing Arts Company present Shakespeare's greatest tragedy in a fast-paced, 90-minute adaptation presented with intimate staging. The energetic, scaled-down production aims to remove as many barriers as possible between the Bard's words and the audience. One of the reasons we come to the theater is to recognize ourselves, and Hamlet is an enduring character because people from all walks of life, of all ages and nationalities, have recognized their essential humanity in him. Shakespeare's language is electrifying because he manages somehow to articulate thoughts that we all recognize as truth, but that we ourselves have never been able to express. We hope our production will convey that sense of emotional, intellectual, and spiritual homecoming to our audience.
Presented with the support of the Friends of the John C. Hart Memorial Library
Concerts & Theater
Concerts Sponsored by PCSB BANK through the Friends of the Library. All performances begin at 2:00 PM. and are free to all area residents. Doors open at 1:45.

 

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