A Talk with Father Kevin Ashe Park Performing Arts Center

  by Tom Dwyer

Artists have been coming to Hudson County for decades looking for an inexpensive place to do their art while becoming part of a caring community. In Union City, the 1,400-seat ParkTheatre has been creating high quality artistic programming since 1931. In 1983 the theatre became part of the Park Performing Arts Center—a private, not-for-profit arts center dedicated to presenting and producing programs for the diverse surrounding communities of urban New Jersey. Over the past twenty-one years the center has presented nationally recognized theatre, jazz concerts, well known folk musicians, educational programs, and its presentation of The Passion Play has drawn audiences from up and down the East Coast for the past 89 years. Father Kevin Ashe, a catholic priest, has been the guiding force at this renowned performing art center since 1983.

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The Reptiles

When Jerry Castaldo and the founder of the Reptiles, Alan Wyles sit to arrange an original song, they both wonder why they didn’t do this 30 years ago. At 53 and 52 years old, Castaldo and Wyles feel that it’s better late than never. In the last 2 years since Castaldo has joined the Reptiles, the duo have written 14 original tunes and are putting together their first original CD which will be available in January. The original music of the Reptiles is a reflection of the life experiences of both Castaldo and Wyles. Every song has a direct meaning to their lives.

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