♦ The Morris Museum at 6 Normandy Heights Road in Morristown will feature figurative and kinetic metal sculptures in a group exhibit titled “Natural Essence—Motion Perceived” opening Saturday, April 10, and running through Aug. 15.
Featured in the show will be Brooklyn artist Alexandra Limpert, who crafts life-size-and-larger human figures and other life forms in steel. Her works include insects with moving wings, reptiles climbing the walls with clingy claws and human anatomy depictions. Other artists exhibiting will be Gianluca Bianchino, Sui Park and Rein Triefeldt.
The exhibit will be on view 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and noon to 5 p.m. Sundays. Phone 973-971-3700 or visit morrismuseum.org for more information.
♦ Brook Arts Center, 10 Hamilton St. in Bound Brook, is reopening this weekend with a comedy show 8 p.m. Friday, April 9, and a Billy Joel tribute act 8 p.m. Saturday, April 10.
Friday’s standup show, originally scheduled for Valentine’s Day, will feature Adam Oliensis, Brian Scott McFadden and Regina Diciccio. The songs of Billy Joel will be covered by the We May Be Right tribute act on Saturday. For more information, visit brookarts.org.
Here is a rundown of the status of events at arts and entertainment venues and other recreational destinations throughout the state:
Atlantic City casinos gaming rooms have reopened, but no major entertainment events are planned yet until May the soonest. Unsurprisingly, Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa has postponed its planned April 23 Monsta X concert (can those guys even get a visa?).
Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City has postponed its planned Mother’s Day concert on May 8 with Fantasia and Keith Sweat to next year and has no other events scheduled until the Aug. 28 Michael Buble concert. Visit boardwalkhall.com/events.
The Stockton University Performing Arts Center on the Galloway campus has emptied its schedule of events through May. For more information, contact 609-652-9000 or visit stocktonpac.org.
All scheduled entertainment events at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford have been canceled or pushed to this summer. First show on the schedule as of now is the Aug. 5 Guns N’ Roses concert. For information, visit metlifestadium.com.
Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood has canceled, postponed or rescheduled shows through May 21. For information, visit bergenpac.org or call 201-227-1030.
Hackensack Performing Arts Center in Hackensack has no upcoming events planned. For more information, visit hacpac.org.
The Puffin Cultural Forum in Teaneck has canceled live entertainment events until further notice. Visit puffinculturalforum.org or call 201-836-3499 for updates. The Teaneck International Film Festival is hosting series of monthly online documentary screenings in collaboration with PBS TV’s Independent Lens through May 19.
The Black Box Performing Arts Center in Engelwood has extended its in-person production of “The Pillowman” through Saturday, April 10. Visit blackboxpac.com.
The Belskie Museum of Art and Science in Closter is open 1-5 p.m. weekends or by appointment. Visit belskiemuseum.com or call 201-768-0286.
The Mahwah Museum is open 1-4 p.m. Saturdays with a 25% capacity restriction. Visit mahwahmuseum.org or call 201-512-0099.
The county’s museums and galleries — including Smithville Mansion and the Historic Prison Museum — are reopened with limited hours social distancing guidelines in effect. For more information visit co.burlington.nj.us/parks..
The Roebling Museum in Florence is closed until further notice. Visit roeblingmuseum.org.
BB&T Pavilion on the waterfront in Camden anticipates opening its summer schedule on June 25-26 with the Dave Matthews Band.
The Battleship New Jersey on the Camden Waterfront is reopened for self-guided tours 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.
The Adventure Aquarium in Camden has reopened by reservation. Visit adventureaquarium.com or call 844-474-3474.
The Scottish Rite Auditorium in Collingswood will host an outdoor “Spring Breakout” concert on April 11. For information, visit scottishriteauditorium.com or call 856-858-1000.
CAPE MAY COUNTY
Canceled last year, the Barefoot Country Music Festival is back for another try in 2021. The three-day festival headlined by Carrie Underwood, Zac Brown Band, Dan + Shay, Lynyrd Skynyrd and others is slated for Aug. 19-22 on the Wildwood Beach at Lincoln Avenue. For updates, visit bcmfest.com or wildwoodsnj.com.
Cape May MAC (Museums+Arts+Culture) — formerly Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities — and the Cape May Lighthouse are open Saturdays and Sundays.
The Cape May Music Festival will kick off May 13 with a prerecorded virtual concert by the New York Chamber Ensemble and the Bay Atlantic Symphony, then commence a series of live concerts through June 27 at the Emlen Physick Estate or Rotary Park in Cape May.
The Cape May County Park and Zoo have reopened following social distancing guidelines. Winter hours are 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. daily.
Morey’s Pier Boardwalk in Wildwood will open for the season on Saturday, May 8.
The Landis Theater in Vineland has scheduled a series of rock tribute band concerts and a stage production of “Green Day’s American Idiot” from April 16-May 1. Visit thelandistheater.com for updates.
The Levoy Theatre in Millville has divided its April 17 concert with the Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young tribute act Lauren Canyon Band into two shows, 6 and 9 p.m., to better accommodate social-distanced seating. Visit levoy.net or call 856-327-6400.
The Museum of American Glass, Down Jersey Folklife Center in Millville is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays-Sundays.
The Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts in Millville is open 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays. Call 856-327-4500 or visit rrcarts.com.
The Prudential Center in Newark’s planned March 28 Millennium Tour concert has been postponed with a new date to be determined and the April 22 WDHA Rock the Rock Fest has been postponed to 2022. The 38th annual Gospelfest has been canceled. Next concert on the schedule is the May 22 Mega Mezcla show. New Jersey Devils games are now allowing limited live audiences. For information, visit prucenter.com/events.
New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark has suspended on-site performances through June 5. It is posting weekly DJ dance parties and other virtual events. For information call 888-466-5722 or visit njpac.org.
South Orange Performing Arts Center has halted live shows through May 6 but is hosting online film streamings and concert events. For information, call 973-313-2787, email [email protected] or visit sopacnow.org.
Wellmont Theater in Montclair has postponed all shows through June 3. For information visit wellmonttheater.com or call 973-783-9500.
Outpost in the Burbs, based at the First Congregational Church in Montclair, has postponed its planned April concerts until dates to be determined. Next concert on its schedule is the Bongos on Sept. 19. Visit outpostintheburbs.org.
The Newark Museum of Art has targeted June 3 as its reopening date and in the meantime has been mounting online activities. Visit newarkmuseumart.org or call 973-596-6550.
The Montclair Art Museum has reopened with one-hour timed tickets by reservation. For updates, visit montclairartmuseum.org or check social media pages.
The Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center in Montclair plans to reopen May 1. Look for updates at yogiberramuseum.org.
Broadway Theatre of Pitman has yet to schedule any new shows. Call 856-384-8381 or visit thebroadwaytheatre.org.
The Heritage Glass Museum in Glassboro will be closed until further notice. Contact heritageglassmuseum.com or call 856-881-7468.
The Liberty Science Center in Jersey City is reopened with scheduled 30-minute time slots to maintain social distancing. Visit lsc.org or call 201-200-1000.
The 38th annual New Jersey Lottery Festival of Ballooning is scheduled for July 23-25 at Solberg Airport in Readington.
Music Mountain Theatre in Lambertville will present “Songs for a New World” on stage from Friday, April 9, through April 18. Visit musicmountaintheatre.org for more information.
The Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton is open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays, with 11 a.m. to noon Thursdays reserved for seniors and immunocompromised visitors. Visit hunterdonartmuseum.org.
The Red Mill Museum Village in Clinton has set its planned reopening for April 10 and will hold Military Heritage Day on Sunday, April 11 form noon to 4 p.m. Visit theredmill.org.
Prallsville Mills, 33 Risler St., Stockton, is open following Gov. Murphy’s coronarvirus safety guidelines.
McCarter Theatre in Princeton canceled in-person shows. It has extended its posting of “The Work of Adrienne Kennedy: Inspiration and Influence,” a virtual play festival in association with Round House Theatre, through April. It will host free “Concerts in the Square” Sundays on Palmer Square starting April 25 with the Street Beat Brass Band. For information, visit mccarter.org or call 609-258-2787.
Passage Theatre at the Mill Hill Playhouse in Trenton has crafted a 2020-’21 season lineup that includes online and live productions. Look online at passagetheatre.org.
Anticipating it “almost certainly” will not be able to hold a live Sourland Mountain Festival this year, the Sourland Conservancy is hosting “musical happy hours” via Zoom 6 p.m. the first Thursday of each month. Visit sourland.org for details.
The New Jersey State Museum in Trenton is closed until further notice. Visit state.nj.us/state/museum.
The 1719 William Trent House Museum in Trenton has suspended operations until further notice but has been presenting online programs. For information visit call 609-989-0087 or visit its Facebook page.
Old Barracks Museum in Trenton is temporarily closed but has virtual exhibits posted. For more information visit barracks.org.
CURE Insurance Arena in Trenton has pushed back its planned April 9 Casting Crown concert to Oct. 8. For information visit cureinsurancearena.com.
The Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie in Cadwalader Park in Trenton has reopened with timed entries and has mounted virtual exhibits. Visit ellarslie.org.
The Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton reopened to the public with reserved timed ticketing. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursdays through Mondays. For information, visit groundsforsculpture.org or call 609-586-0616.
Princeton University public events are suspended and the Princeton University Art Museum is closed until further notice. Visit Princeton.edu for updates. The Lewis Center for the Arts is posting virtual events at arts.princeton.edu. Princeton University Concerts’ virtual watch party concert will be available for on-demand viewing through April 24. Visit princetonuniversityconcerts.org.
Kelsey Theatre on the Mercer County Community College campus in West Windsor has postponed its schedule. Visit kelsey.mccc.edu for more.
1867 Sanctuary in Ewing has no events planned as of now. For information visit 1867sanctuary.org.
Rider University Arts has put on- and off-campus Westminster Choir College and Rider events on hold, but has launched a number of online performances. Westminster Conservatory piano department head Ena Bronstein Barton will present a free online recital in celebration of Beethoven’s birthday 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 11. Visit rider.edu/arts.
Morven Museum and Garden in Princeton grounds are open to the public 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. and 1:30-4 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays with timed tickets and social distancing precautions. There are no docent-led indoor tours at this time. Visit morven.org.
State Theatre New Jersey in New Brunswick has no in-person programming scheduled until Sept. 19, but is hosting various online events. For more information, visit stnj.org or call 732-246-7469.
Crossroads Theatre Company in New Brunswick has the documentary “Crossroads: The Story of a Theater,” through May 2. Visit crossroadstheatrecompany.org or call 732-545-8100.
George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick’s online, on-demand production of the comedy “Fully Committed” concludes Sunday, April 11. Contact 732-246-7717 or georgestplayhouse.org.
The Avenel Performing Arts Center in Avenel will present an in-person comedy shows on April 10 and 17. Contact 732-314-0500 or avenelarts.com.
PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel is hoping to open its summer schedule with 5 Seconds of Summer on May 29.
Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank’s new venue, the Vogel, has indoor shows booked through the summer and another round of “Concerts on the Green” at Suneagles Golf Club will begin May 14. It has rescheduled its April 17 Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood show to Dec. 17 and canceled the April 19 Indigo Girls concert, but a “pop up stage” show titled “Sinatra — a Man and his Music” is slated for April 10 and 11. Visit thebasie.org for updates.
Historic Allaire Village in Farmingdale is open for special events following COVID-19 health safety restrictions.
Axelrod Performing Arts Center in Deal will host “The Bard at Bell Works,” a series of outdoor shows at Bell Works in Holmdel, starting Saturday, April 10.pa For information call 732-531-9106 or visit axelrodartscenter.com.
The Algonquin Arts Theatre in Manasquan has begun its live 2021 season. “Starting Here, Starting Now,” a musical revue, will run April 16-18. Visit algonquinarts.org for updates.
Monmouth University Center for the Arts in West Long Branch has postponed scheduled events through this season and has mounted its “Music and Arts Festival 2020″ on YouTube. Visit monmouth.edu/mca for updates.
Some Asbury Park Boardwalk entertainment venues have recommenced live shows, including Langosta Lounge and Tim McLoone’s Supper Club. The Stone Pony has postponed its planned April 22 reopening with White Reaper and aims to begin its Summerstage outdoor shows in June. Convention Hall has no dates scheduled as of now. Paramount Theatre’s planned Ringo Starr’s All-Starr Band show on June 1 is moving to May 31, 2022. For information, visit apboardwalk.com.
Two River Theater in Red Bank has suspended performances and is closed to the public but is posting online readings and workshops. Look online at tworivertheater.org for updated information.
The Monmouth Museum in Lincroft is closed with plans to reopen in midsummer. It has posted online exhibits. Visit monmouthmuseum.org or call 732-224-1995.
Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown will host the Dead on Live tribute band on its mainstage and live-streamed on Friday, April 9. MPAC also will again sponsor a summer drive-in concert series in partnership with Morris County at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm in Morristown. First show will be June 17 with the Nerds. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 9. For information, call 973-539-8008 or visit mayoarts.org.
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey in Madison will take part in Axelrod Performing Arts Center’s “The Bard at Bell Works,” a series of outdoor shows starting April 10 at Bell Works in Holmdel. Visit shakespearenj.org.
The Morris Museum in Morristown has reopened 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays and noon-5 p.m. Sundays. A new exhibit is opening this weekend (see above). For information, call 973-971-3700 or visit morrismuseum.org.
Macculloch Hall Historical Museum in Morristown has limited gallery tours by appointment for groups of five or fewer. Garden is open for social-distanced walks. Visit macculloughhall.org or call 973-538-2404.
The Museum of Early Trades and Crafts in Madison has reopened for walk-in visits Tuesdays-Sundays, with reservations recommended on Saturdays-Sundays. For information, visit metc.org.
The Folk Project in Morristown has canceled its lineup of indoor concerts, but is promoting a selection of twice-weekly online live performances. Visit folkproject.org or call 973-335-9489.
Roxbury Arts Alliance at Investors Bank Theater in Roxbury will host an outdoor concert with Charlie Zahm and Friends on April 24. Visit roxburartsyalliance.org or call 862-219-1379.
Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson will open daily for spring break through April 11, though some rides and other attractions will remain closed until summer operation begins. The Wild Safari drive-thru also has begun daily operations.
The Jay and Linda Grunin Center for the Arts on the Ocean County College campus in Toms River has various on-demand events posted. A virtual “Rachmanioff Squared” fundraiser recital is planned for VMay 7. Visit grunincenter.org/events or call 732-255-0500.
The Strand Center for the Arts in Lakewood has no events planned. Visit www.strand.org or check social media for more details.
Albert Music Hall in Wall will begin presenting outdoor concerts on May 1. For updates, visit alberthall.org.
The Paterson Museum will remain closed until further notice. Look for updates at patersonmuseum.com.
William Paterson University in Wayne has built a lineup of online concerts spanning through May 9. Visit wpunj.edu/wppresents.
The Passaic County Arts Center’s art exhibits are open for viewing 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays by appointment at the at the John W. Rea House in Hawthorne.
Dey Mansion/Washington’s Headquarters Museum in Wayne remains closed, but the grounds are open to the public.
Most amenities are open at Preakness Valley Golf Course in Wayne. The East Course will open April 2. The driving range is closed.
Ringwood Manor State Park’s grounds are open daily from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., but the mansion is closed to visitors.
Somerset County Park Commission’s Arbor Day Giveaway and Rose Day Festival at Colonial Park and the Fourth of July celebration, which usually occurs at North Branch Park, will be postponed until 2022. County parks and golf course are open, though, and outdoor programs at Green Knoll Tennis Center and the Environmental Education Center are being held.
The annual Tour of Somerville, which was canceled last year due to the coronavirus, is rescheduling the 2021 race from Memorial Day to Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 6.
Duke Farms in Hillsborough is reopening Saturday, April 3. Hours are 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays, with reservations required on Saturdays. Call 908-722-3700.
Raritan Valley Community College Arts on the Branchburg campus will not offer live programs during the 2020-’21 season. Visit rvccarts.org.
The Watchung Arts Center will remain closed until further notice.
The Brook Arts Center in Bound Brook is reopening April 9 with a standup comedy show (see above). Visit brookarts.org.
Somerset Valley Playhouse of Hillsborough is closed but “The Importance of Being Earnest” is planned for online shows on April 9, 17 and 25. Visit svptheatre.org.
The Newton Theatre in Newton’s has rescheduled three planned April shows to later dates. Next on its schedule is the May 14 Al Di Meola concert. For information, visit skypac.org or call 973-383-3700.
The 11th annual “Rock, Ribs and Ridges” Festival is planned for June 25-27 at Sussex County Fairgrounds in Augusta.
The Union County Performing Arts Center in Rahway’s next scheduled event is the Oct. 2 Sinbad show. (The “American Rapture — a Rock and Soul Revue” outdoor concert on April 23 is sold out). For more information, call 732-499-8226 or visit ucpac.org.
Centenary Stage Company, based at Centenary University in Hackettstown, will present its 2021 Women’s Playwright Series reading in-person and live streaming beginning April 14. Call 908-979-0900 or visit centenarystageco.org.
Rutherfurd Hall in Allamuchy is open 1-4 p.m. Wednesdays and will begin an outdoors lecture series in May. Visit rutherfurdhall.org or call 908-852-1894, ext. 338, for more information.
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