Spring is finally turning the corner. After a brutal and cold winter, it’s finally time to put away your heavy coats and celebrate the coming of the warm weather. There is always so much to look forward to during the springtime: barbeques, swimming pools, budding trees, and more. But the weather isn’t the only thing for New Jersey citizens to look forward to with the beginning of the new season.
A brand new cultural season is starting too with the arrival of some excellent shows and events at the PAC Center. After you spend the day outdoors enjoying the warm sunshine, you can then head over to the Performing Arts Center to liven up your night.
Movie lovers can head over to the PAC on May 1st to see a modern classic. Since it’s debut in 1987, The Princess Bride has quickly risen to one of the most beloved cult classics of the modern age. The movie appeals to men, women, and children alike, making it a perfect event for your entire family. When you purchase the special VIP package, you will also get the chance to meet Wesley himself, actor Cary Elwes, and receive a signed copy of his new book.
Attending a live performance for the very first time is an occasion that children will remember. If you think your children are of the age where they will appreciate and remember a trip to the PAC Center, then the perfect event is coming up soon. Jim Henson’s Dinosaur Train Live! will be making an appearance at the PAC on Sunday April 12th. They will be having two performances at 1:00 and 4:00pm. Kids will fall in love with this interactive and musical performance full of bright and larger than life characters.
Being located so close to Broadway, the New Jersey PAC often has opportunities to showcase some of the best Broadway performers, musicians, and composers. Todd Ellison will be conducting Broadway Spectacular with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra with vocalists Beth Leavel and Christopher Sieber. They will be performing some of Broadway’s most popular hits from classics like 42nd Street to modern favorites like Spamalot!
Going to see a live show is always a big deal. Instead of heading straight to the theatre and leaving right away, you should make a night of it. Head out for a romantic evening with your significant other, or have a family fun night. You can make reservations at a nearby restaurant for a delicious meal or head over to a local bar for drinks after the show.
Supporting live performances is one of the best ways that you can use your disposable income. Not only will you have an entertaining and memorable night, but you will be supporting the arts in a way that will help them survive through the generations. The New Jersey PAC Center hosts big ticket names like Aretha Franklin, but they also showcase the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and other local fine arts organizations. As the Spring rolls in his year, keep in mind all of the fun and exciting events that are being held in a theatre right in your neighborhood.
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