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Performing Arts

The performing arts venues of New Jersey are more than just entertainment destinations: they also provide arts education to the public through attached schools and special programs. All are dedicated to inspiring audiences and enriching the lives of adults and children alike. 
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The Barn Theatre

A group in 1928 started it as the Mountain Lakes Dramatic Guild in the hen house on the Boulevard continues to delight audiences as The Barn Theater.A small group of local people has dedicated the idea that good amateur theatre holds an important place in the life of a community. 
973-334-9320
http://www.barntheatre.org

The Bergen Performing Arts Center

The Bergen Performing Arts Center was created to make performing arts accessible to all. While the center does not present its own performances, it is available to civic, religious, community and performing arts organizations on a rental basis. A unique fiber optic connection to nearby Bennett Studios allows artists to record their albums live on the bergenPAC stage. Dedicated to arts education, bergenPAC also includes a performing arts school that offers master classes and training in the performing and recording arts. 
201-227-1030
30 North Van Brunt St
Englewood, NJ
www.bergenpac.org 

Community Theater

Community Theatre prides itself on being "a place for all the arts," welcoming a variety of performances such as comedy nights, musicals and concerts. The biggest night of the year is the annual Starlight Ball; a gala event brings together celebrities, donors, and socialites. The Community Theatre offers a babysitting service for most performances and its Performing Arts School hosts classes and workshops on variety of subjects. 
973-539-8008
100 South Street
Morristown, NJ
www.communitytheatrenj.com

The Growing Stage 

Founded in 1982 the Growing Stage is a thriving center for the performing arts that engages a community of professional equity actors and artists, community players, students, teachers and families who share in the wonder and enriching environment of theatre. Our company is the only theatre solely dedicated to young audiences in New Jersey that owns its own facility, and the continuing restoration of the historic Palace Theatre has been recognized by both the state and local governments as a catalyst in the revitalization of the re-emerging community of Netcong. 
973-347-4946
http://www.growingstage.com

New Jersey Performing Arts Center

As the 5th largest performing arts center in the country, New Jersey Performing Arts Center consistently features award-winning performers and Broadway headliners. The 12-acre site includes a large concert hall as well as a smaller theater, and its convenient location near public libraries, museums, colleges, and great restaurants makes it easily accessible to the public. 
888-466-5722
One Center Street
Newark, NJ
www.njpac.org

Paper Mill Playhouse

This theater is a great place to see timeless productions of American plays and musicals. Dedicated to preserving the art of drama since it?s opening in 1938, Paper Mill Playhouse is one of the few performing arts theaters that have expanded into the fine arts. An art gallery on the theater?s mezzanine level showcases the work of regional artists in a number of different mediums. 
973-376-4343
www.papermill.org

Pax Amicus

This theater is a great place to see timeless productions of American plays and musicals. Dedicated to preserving the art of drama since it?s opening in 1938, Paper Mill Playhouse is one of the few performing arts theaters that have expanded into the fine arts. An art gallery on the theater?s mezzanine level showcases the work of regional artists in a number of different mediums. 
973-376-4343
http://www.paxamicus.com