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Interactive Theater Experience at Rutgers

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–The Mason Gross School of the Arts' Theater Department is presenting a student project titled "Seeing Beyond with Maya Fantasma."

This project is a interactive theater experience described as a show about a man whose ex-girlfriend just won't leave him alone. The show is the directorial debut of Rutgers senior Zoe Milah De Jesus.

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New Comic Book Shop Opens Above Sanctuary on Easton Avenue

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–Comic Sanctuary, a new comic shop that opened in March of this year, is located at 135 Easton Avenue right above the popular restaurant Sanctuary

The owners of Comic Sanctuary Bryan Coe and Jackie Fellin are excited to be in the area and are ready to build their brand.

Coe explained, "This is our first time owning a business, Comic Sanctuary is all new. There was a comic book store in this location previously, but they relocated to a different town entirely back in January."

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Rutgers Club Tennis Competing in National Championship Tournament

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–On April 1, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) announced Rutgers University as one of the top 64 coed intramural and sport club tennis teams that have qualified to represent colleges and universities across the country in the 2015 USTA Tennis On Campus National Championship.

The tournament follows the World TeamTennis format and will be played at the Cary Tennis Park in Cary, North Carolina on April 9-11.

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Free Art Exhibition at Rutgers Mason Gross School

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–This spring, Rutgers Mason Gross school of Arts is allowing its senior class to display the skills they have been developing over the past several years in a public forum.

Mason Gross School of the Arts is the arts conservatory of Rutgers University. It is a  community of artists—dancers, filmmakers, musicians, theater artists, and visual artists—who study, teach, create, perform, and exhibit.

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Aspiring Writers Collaborate in Hub City Screenwriting Group

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—In late 2014, several Rutgers alumni and other community members collaborated to create an ongoing forum for aspiring New Jersey writers.

These students created a group called New Jersey Screenwriters with the mission to provide formal tools to both established and aspiring screenwriters alike, while also fostering a sense of community and mutual learning that engenders friendship, fellowship and the potential to create marketable products.