A video promo for ‘The Electric Baby,’ which opens tonight at the Two River Theater. Author and motivational speaker Selwyn Collins, below, makes an appearance at the Red Bank Public Library on Saturday.
By ALEXIS ORLACCHIO
Friday, April 19:
LINCROFT: Presented by Make it Better for Youth and the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Monmouth County, Breaking the Silence, Celebrating Our Voices concludes the Day of Silence, a national student-led action in honor of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students and their families and friends taking a stand against bullying, harassment, abuse and more. Performances by Kailynn Barbour, poet, blogger and 2012 recipient of the Lionel Cuffie Award for Activism and Excellence, and the New Jersey Gay Mens Chorus begin at 7 p.m. 1475 West Front Street.
RED BANK: The Electric Baby births at Two River Theatre. The drama follows three different pairs a middle-aged couple, ahopelessly devoted lover and the apple of her eye, and a Romanian mother and Nigerian father caring for their child who discover the ways in which their lives are connected. The play, by Stefanie Zadravec, runs through May 5. Tickets are $24-$42 and the show begins at 8 p.m. 21 Bridge Avenue.