Summer is over. Accept it.
Fortunately for you culturally inclined (or those tired of Super Smash Bros. tournaments), the fall line-up of entertainment promises an exciting semester.
Who to thank: WTSR
Where: Kendall Television Studio
When: 8 p.m.
Like music? How about free stuff? The WTSR concert series not only provides both, but classy pink chairs are involved.
For the all-encompassing alternative rocker, New York based Viva Mayday will grace the studio Sept. 15.
The Flying Change arrives in Kendall Hall Main Stage Oct. 6, introducing songwriter Sam Jacob in what he deems “Landscape Pop,” which features a combination of artists likely to satisfy an audience with a broad range of musical interests.
For future concerts, visit wtsr.org.
Who to thank: The College Union Board (CUB)
Tomorrow come to the 3 for 3 Comedy Night, featuring Ronnie Jordan, Esther Ku, and Andrew Kennedy at 8 p.m. in Kendall.
This semester CUB has a number of bus trips planned for those itching to get off campus. Locations include the Philadelphia Zoo on Aug. 30, Point Pleasant on Sept. 5, New Hope, Pa. on Sept. 27, Washington D.C. on Sept. 26 and a Phillies Bus Trip on Sept. 28. Be sure to keep a look out for posters with more details.
Like to laugh? De-stress and relax at this semester’s comedy show. Comedian Michael Ian Black from Comedy Central’s “Michael and Michael Have Issues” will perform Sept. 21.
For those looking for something beyond trick-or-treating or binge drinking, the Roxey Ballet Company will perform Dracula The Ballet in Kendall Hall in October. According to the company’s Web site, this contemporary ballet company “presents fresh, kinetic dance choreography that enables dancers to forge an interactive bond with audiences.”
Who to thank: TCNJ Musical Theatre (TMT)
Where: Kendall Hall Main Stage
When: Nov. 19 to the 22
TMT organizes both large and small-scale productions throughout the year. This year’s fall production is “The Wedding Singer,” which will run from Nov. 19 to the 22.
According to the TMT board, karaoke nights in Brower Student Center are planned once a month. Be sure to look out for TMT’s annual Broadway Night sometime in October to see performances showcasing a variety of musical numbers from your favorite shows.
Who to thank: Mixed Signals
A night with this improvisational comedy troupe is a great remedy for the stress of all nighters and endless study sessions. Look for postings around campus for specific dates of these free, monthly shows.
Who to thank: All College Theatre (ACT)
ACT’s first production of the year, “Creation of the World,” opens the second week of October. For location and ticket details keep a look out for posters around campus.
The second production is ACT’s annual Murder Mystery. This show is a campus favorite, providing catered food and an interactive performance that will keep you guessing