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The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey

Morris County / Madison

Throughout our half-century of operation, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey has endeavored to illuminate the vital resonance and importance of these masterpieces for contemporary audiences through our world class stage productions and high-impact education programs.

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Dodge's Technical Assistance Initiative helps strengthen the infrastructure of non-profit organizations by offering high quality workshops to our grantees focusing on those issues they report concern them the most: leadership, organizational capacity building, board development, fundraising, communication strategies and assessment.

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2014 Featured Festival Poet: Rita Dove July 23rd, 2014 Martin Farawell, Program Directory, Poetry

Listen to Rita Dove read “American Smooth” at the 2010 Dodge Poetry Festival. IFRAME Embed for Youtube It’s widely known that poet Rita Dove is the youngest person, and the first African-American, to be appointed United States Poet Laureate. Her biographies inevitably offer some sampling of her long list of honors, including the Pulitzer Prize. Probably less widely known is what...

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2014 Featured Festival Poet: Sean Thomas Dougherty July 23rd, 2014 Rebecca Gambale, Poetry Online Communications Coordinator

“There are arias everywhere, my brother.” That might as well be Sean Thomas Dougherty’s mantra. Growing up in working class New Hampshire, laboring at blue collar jobs throughout his life in factories and warehouses, Dougherty eventually set his sights on poetry. He may have left this blue collar background, but it did not leave him. The rhythms of the streets and the music of t...

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