“All About Eve” Arts Festival | Long Branch, NJ

Joanne Leva will read selected Eve poems at “All About Eve” Arts Festival on Tues, Oct 3, 2017, between 7-10PM.

New Jersey Repertory Company – the home of original plays (njrep.org) – is expanding its mission to poetry this year, and is featuring poems on the theme of “All About Eve” as part of a grand eight day arts festival.


From October 1st to 8th, 2017, New Jersey Repertory Company (NJ Rep) will be presenting the ALL ABOUT EVE FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS, an eight-day arts festival featuring cutting-edge theater, live music, art and photography exhibitions, poetry, and gourmet food and drink. The Festival will be the first event to be held at the West End Arts Center, which NJ Rep will be transforming into a multi-faceted arts complex.

New Jersey Repertory Company is a professional non-profit theater that has operated in its intimate theater in Long Branch, New Jersey, since 1997. From its inception, NJ Rep has had two primary missions: to make a lasting contribution to the American stage by developing and producing new plays, and to serve as a catalyst for economic and community development through the arts. In twenty seasons, NJ Rep has produced 115 full productions, 90 of which were world premieres, and NJ Rep has earned a national reputation as an important incubator of new theatrical works. In 2012, NJ Rep received the prestigious National Theater Company Grant from the American Theater Wing, sponsor of the Tony Awards.

Through a generous anonymous donation, NJ Rep recently purchased a 28,000-square-foot building on more than two acres that is being transformed into the West End Arts Center, a multi-faceted arts institution. When fully realized, the Center will be an important cultural destination — not only for theater, but also for music, cinema, dance, literature and poetry, and the visual arts — that will serve the community for generations to come and will include: two intimate theaters; an art cinema; an art museum; a rooftop café; spacious classrooms and studios; and residences for actors, directors, and playwrights.
NJ Rep is a Section 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and all contributions are tax deductible.