Have a drink at the Artist Salon and head over to Luna Stage for New Moon Reading starts at 7pm

Trade an art book or two at this month’s ValleyArts Artist Salon, have a drink and a half prized appetizer at Hat City Kitchen. The salon starts at 6pm.

After, head over to the first New Moon Reading of the season. This month’s reading is of Dairyland by Heidi Armbruster. A story of a food writer in New York City whose search for authenticity leads to more than she imagined. Followed by a talk-back with Heidi Armbruster.

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There are no reservations needed, $5 at the door. The New Moon Readings take place every second monday of the month at Luna Stage Theater in New Jersey’s Valley Arts District.

And don’t miss Luna’s current production, Lines in the Dust by Nikkole Salter. View schedule here: http://www.lunastage.org


Luna Stage was founded in 1992 by Jane Mandel and became an Equity Theater in 1995. For its first 18 years, the company made its home in Montclair, New Jersey, first in a small space on Walnut Street and then in a larger facility on Bloomfield Avenue. In the fall of 2010, Luna Stage moved to West Orange to join in a dynamic movement of revitalization and community engagement aimed at establishing the Valley Arts District of Orange and West Orange as a hub for entertainment and culture in the region. In 2013, after twenty years of leadership, Jane Mandel stepped down as Artistic Director and was succeeded by Cheryl Katz who had worked for the company since 2003, first as Director of Play Development and then as Associate Artistic Director. The mission of Luna Stage is to produce thought-provoking theatre that gives voice to emerging American playwrights and re-examines contemporary and classic plays that speak to our times. As producer, educator and innovator, Luna Stage is committed to collaborating with artists of multiple disciplines and partnering with our community to illuminate the diverse perspectives of our society.

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