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Events for Saturday February 9, 2019

My Very Own British Invasion - Paper Mill Playhouse

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Saturday February 9, 2019
1:30 PM

1:30 and 7:30pm

Jan 31 - March 3

A fable of young love set against the backdrop of the exploding 1960s music scene – when England launched the little dust-up that became known as The British Invasion. Based on the experiences of Peter Noone, who was just a teenager willing to sacrifice international stardom for the sake of girl he loves, and featuring more than two dozen chart-topping hits from all the best British bands of the era. Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell choreographs and directs.

22 Brookside Drive, Millburn - 973-376-4343 - www.papermill.org

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Aida - Music Mountain Theatre

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Saturday February 9, 2019
3:00 PM

3 and 8pm

1483 Route 179, Lambertville - 609-397-3337 - www.musicmountaintheatre.org

Elton John and Tim Rice's epic tale of love, loyalty, and betrayal about a love triangle between two princesses and a soldier.

Black Maria Film Festival, James Stewart Film Theater

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Saturday February 9, 2019
7:00 PM

To kick off its 38th annual tour, the renowned international Black Maria Film Festival will present the Stellar-Award winning films chosen by the jury for the 2019 season in partnership with Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts. Festival Director Jane Steuerwald introduces the program featuring short documentary, narrative, and animated films.

Filmmakers Lynn Tomlinson and Kelly Gallagher will be present to discuss their work. The pre-screening reception starts at 7:00 p.m. at 185 Nassau Street. Both the reception and screening are free and open to the public; no tickets required. Free parking is available behind 185 Nassau Street in Lot #10 on Williams Street in Princeton.

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To My Unborn Child: A Love Letter from Fred Hampton - Passage Theater

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Saturday February 9, 2019
7:30 PM

Murdered by Chicago police at 21 as he lay by his pregnant lover, visionary Black Panther Fred Hampton preached a humane, compassionate revolution against racist brutality, child hunger, poverty, and capitalism. His critical voice for justice comes alive again in Rich Bradford’s play about change, love, and legacy.

205 East Front Street, Trenton - 609-392-0766 - www.passagetheatre.org

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‘Love Letters’, Kelsey Theatre

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Saturday February 9, 2019
8:00 PM

1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor - 609-570-3333 - www.kelseytheatre.net,  $18. Through February 10.

This touching story follows the “near misses” of a relationship throughout a lifetime of letters. From summer camps and boarding schools, through college, war, careers and romance, the journey between the free-spirited artist, Melissa Gardner, and dutiful lawyer Andrew Makepeace Ladd is recounted through the letters they write to each other about their dreams, ambitions, victories and defeats through five decades of lives lived separately.

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