Weekend Arts & Entertainment Calendar: April 20 – 23

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Lots of great local events to enjoy this weekend! From live music and concerts, to comedy and theater, to films and social events, this is your guide to what’s happening this weekend:

Live Music / Concerts

 
Thursday, April 20

  • Rob Middleton & Josh Rubin Quartet at Trumpets Jazz Club (6 Depot Square, Montclair) at 7:30 pm, $10, $7 min food/drink

Friday, April 21

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  • Paul Shaffer & the World’s Most Dangerous Band plus Guest Vocalist at The Wellmont (5 Seymour Street, Montclair) at 8 pm, $20 – $99.50
  • An Evening With Christine Lavin at Outpost in the Burbs (67 Church Street, Montclair) at 8 pm, $15
  • Dubistry at Tierney’s (136 Valley Road, Montclair) at 9 pm, $10 cover
  • The Benjamins at Just Jake’s (30 Park Street, Montclair) at 10:30pm, no cover
  • James Gibbs Quartet at Trumpets Jazz Club (6 Depot Square, Montclair) / 2 sets: 8 pm and 10 pm, $20, $12 min food/drink
  • Neil Sedaka at Mayo Performing Arts Center (100 South Street, Morristown) at 8 pm, $69 – $99
  • Robert Wilson Life at Trend Coffee & Tea House (411 Bloomfield Avenue, Montclair) at 8 pm, no cover

Saturday, April 22

  • Julie’s Party at Tierney’s (136 Valley Road, Montclair) at 9 pm, $10 cover
  • Ella & Louis at NJPAC (1 Center Street, Newark) at 8 pm, $24 – $84
  • Full City at Just Jake’s (30 Park Street, Montclair) at 7 pm, no cover
  • An Intimate Solo / Acoustic Listening Performance by Citizen Cope at Mayo Performing Arts Center (100 South Street, Morristown) at 8 pm, $40 – $70
  • New Power Soul at Just Jake’s (30 Park Street, Montclair) at 10:30pm, no cover
  • Ty Stephens & The SoulJaaz at Trumpets Jazz Club (6 Depot Square, Montclair) / 2 sets: 8 pm and 10 pm, $20, $12 min food/drink

Sunday, April 23

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Comedy

 
Sunday, April 23

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  • Sunday Comics at Tierney’s Tavern (136 Valley Road, Montclair), 7:30 pm, $15

 

Film

 
Thursday, April 20

  • Pre-Premiere Screening of HBO’S The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks at  Luke’s Episcopal Church (73 S. Fullerton Avenue, Montclair) at 6:30 pm, Free, registration required

Saturday, April 22

 

Theater/Dance/Opera/Orchestra

 
Thursday, April 20

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Saturday, April 22

  • Tranquil, A World Premiere by Andrew Rosendorf, at Luna Stage (555 Valley Road, West Orange) at 8 pm, $27

Sunday, April 23

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  • New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players: HMS Pinafore at Mayo Performing Arts Center (100 South Street, Morristown) at 3 pm, $29 – $69
  • Tranquil, A World Premiere by Andrew Rosendorf, at Luna Stage (555 Valley Road, West Orange) at 3 pm, $27

 

Lectures / Art Openings / Social Events

 
Thursday, April 20

  • Personal Style Night at Piazza Della Sole (620 Valley Road, Montclair) from 6 pm – 8:30 pm, Free

Friday, April 21

  • Art Wall Montclair- Opening reception in the lobby of Clairidge Cinema (486 Bloomfield Avenue, Montclair) at 7 pm, Free

Saturday, April 22

  • April in Paris: Wine & Beer Tasting at Van Vleck House & Gardens (21 Van Vleck Street, Montclair) at 3 pm, $65 – $90
  • Rabbi E. Noach Shapiro discussion on “Torah and Transformation: The Dynamics of Change” at Bnai Keshet (99 So. Fullerton Avenue, Montclair) at 10:30 am, Free
  • Spring Into Fitness at The Salvation Army (13 Trinity Place, Montclair) from 8:30 am – 1 pm, Free

Sunday, April 23

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Taste of Bloomfield at Oakeside Bloomfield Cultural Center (240 Belleville Avenue, Bloomfield) from 4 – 6 pm, $30

 
 
Check our Calendar for more happenings this weekend and enjoy!

 

 

 

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