Plays By People

The Matheny Arts Access Program with Premiere Stages at Kean University proudly presents "Plays By People". This FREE event is sponsored by the New Jersey Theatre Alliance and part of the month-long, statewide Stages Festival will feature the work of Matheny resident Christopher Saglimbene. Matheny is  a facility in Peapack the serves children and adults with medically complex disabilities. Arts Access is a fine arts program the provides opportunities for those individuals to freely express themselves in the visual, performing and literary arts.

Mr. Saglimbene recently completed his first full length play called "Band on the Run" showcasing his love of music and his playful writing style. This event will take place in the beautiful Robert Schonhorn Arts Center on the Matheny Campus on March 23rd, 2019 at 3PM.To reserve your FREE ticket, please logon to https://artsaccessprogram.org/event/plays-by-people/​​

Contact Information
  1. Heather Williams
  2. 908-234-0011 x1412
  3. heather@artsaccessprogram.org
Sat, March 23
3:00 pm — 5:00 pm
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The Matheny Arts Access Program with Premiere Stages at Kean University proudly presents "Plays By People". This FREE event is sponsored by the New Jersey Theatre Alliance and part of the month-long, statewide Stages Festival will feature the work of Matheny resident Christopher Saglimbene. Matheny is a facility in Peapack the serves children and adults with medically complex ...

65 Highland Avenue Peapack, NJ 07977

Robert Schonhorn Arts Center at Matheny

65 Highland Avenue
Peapack, NJ 07977

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