Red Bank Administrator Stanley Sickels, left, discussed sewer lines with the DEP’s Bob Schuster after the meeting at Shrewsbury’s borough hall Thursday night. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
By JOHN T. WARD
Hoping to curb high levels of bacteria associated with human and animal waste in the Navesink River, a New Jersey environmental official offered local mayors and environmental activists evidence of minor success Thursday night.
The Red Bank Indians, under coach Louis ‘Del’ Dal Pra, beat the Fair Haven Giants, 3-0, at Count Basie Fields Wednesday night to win the Two River Little League 12-and-under division championship and complete a perfect 14-0 season. (Photo by Marybeth Maida. Click to enlarge)
Alfredo Narciso (as young Pablo Picasso) takes to the floor with Rachel Botchan in PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE, the Steve Martin comedy opening this week at Two River Theater.(Photos by T. Charles Erickson)
By TOM CHESEK
Ever since the invisible curtain went up on its first mainstage production in 2005, the Two River Theater hasn’t been shy about showcasing the stuff of genius be it Shakespeare, Shepard or Shaw; Moliere or Beckett; Noel Coward or Tennessee Williams.
You can add Picasso and Einstein to that Mensa mix but if you do that, you’ll have to make room for Steve Martin too.
Three years later, TRTC revisits the oeuvre of the Emmy- and Grammy-winning renaissance guy with a new staging of Martin’s all-original play Picasso at the Lapin Agile, previewing tonight and continuing through June 6.