Arts and Culture

“Oh, You Gods”: Rutgers–Camden Presents Shakespeare Play Paralleling Pandemic Struggles

“Oh, You Gods”: Rutgers–Camden Presents Shakespeare Play Paralleling Pandemic Struggles

Dec. 3, 2021 By Tom McLaughlin With the spread of the COVID-19 Omicron variant, the pandemic will continue to test resolve in the face of adversity and loss. Theater enthusiasts eager to rejoin live audiences will soon find a poignant parallel – and a moment to reflect on pandemic-related challenges – with the Rutgers University–Camden […]

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Inside/Out: Rutgers–Camden Hosts Panel Series Discussing Relationship Between Art and Trauma

Inside/Out: Rutgers–Camden Hosts Panel Series Discussing Relationship Between Art and Trauma

Rutgers–Camden will call attention to the provocative and evocative relationship between art and trauma as it hosts an engaging online and on-site panel discussion series.

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Senior, a Lead in “Born Yesterday,” Balances Theater and Criminal Justice

Senior, a Lead in “Born Yesterday,” Balances Theater and Criminal Justice

Shaheera Hussein’s unscripted approach to life and her openness to accept new challenges that now finds her months away from graduating with dual bachelor’s degrees in theater and criminal justice.

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Live Theater Returns With Garson Kanin’s Classic Comedy “Born Yesterday”

Live Theater Returns With Garson Kanin’s Classic Comedy “Born Yesterday”

The Department of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts will present Garson Kanin’s classic comedy “Born Yesterday” Thursday, Oct. 21, to Sunday, Oct. 24.

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Camden Students Learn Performing Arts Skills, Thanks to Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Partnership

Camden Students Learn Performing Arts Skills, Thanks to Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Partnership

Students at Mastery High School in Camden will have a unique opportunity to learn performing and theater arts skills, thanks to an innovative new arts education partnership between the high school and the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts (RCCA).

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