While living the life of a peripatetic juggling duo in 1970s Europe, Paul Binder and Michael Christensen had a dream: a non-profit circus that would combine community outreach with shows by the world’s best performers. Today a rotating cast of acrobats, clowns, and daredevils tour with a menagerie of exotic animals. Led by animal trainer Jenny Vidbel. The circus's ponies, Arabian horses, and dogs perform sprightly routines, learned under humane training regimens based on positive reinforcement. Shows take place under the big top, custom designed so that every seat is within 50 feet of the ring. The tent is also engineered to keep showgoers comfortable with a raisable cupola that allows warm air to escape as guests relax on comfy cushions that keep incubating eggs from cracking in back pockets.
The Union County Performing Arts Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation operating in the historic Rahway Theatre. Enjoying a prime location in Union County, UC PAC is dedicated to making this landmark theatre your choice for the performing arts and entertainment. With 1,300 seats, the Union County PAC is one of the
During both 90-minute events, Rick, Corey, and Chumlee from the History Channel's Pawn Stars will reveal the inner workings of the modern pawn business as they discuss the cash values of rare and not-so-rare items that have passed through their shop on the outskirts of Las Vegas. Join the bantering trio for a night of expert appraisal, as preselected audience members bring their pawnable possessions onstage to be poked, pontificated upon, and finally price-tagged in the presence of all. To showcase your own mysterious heirloom, curious knick-knack, or commemorative plates commemorating the history of commemorative plates, send its photo and back-story to firstname.lastname@example.org, and be sure to mention the Morristown venue. Otherwise, ask questions during the Q&A session or match your value-guessing mettle against the star pawner during Are You Smarter than a Chumlee?.
In this children's musical production, adventuring superstar Dora the Explorer and her best friend, Boots, make the leap from Nick Jr. to the stage. Pestered as usual by the nefarious Swiper, the bilingual duo entreats audiences for help in unraveling the cunning fox's puzzles, fostering problem-solving skills in the preschool set and encouraging any backpacks in attendance to reveal their sentience. After the show, Groupon customers enjoy an exclusive meet and greet with the stars and should bring a camera for the resulting photo opportunity.
William Shakespeare's As You Like It follows a merry band of outcasts into the delightfully earthy Forest of Arden, where love is found, lost, and almost claimed by the jaws of a hungry lioness. One of the bard's most respected heroines, Rosalind, assumes the identity of a peculiarly pretty boy to teach her one true love, Orlando, how to woo. Whether attending the show to dance a jig with the fool Touchstone or siphon melancholy from this tale of banishment "as a weasel sucks eggs,” As You Like It sets up laughs and wistful sighs like so many love notes written to celebrities.
When Cirque du Soleil puts on a show, the audience can expect high-flying acrobatics, stunning makeup, and feats that defy physics, logic, and the Code of Hammurabi. Dralion is no exception to the rule, dazzling audiences with an innovative blend of traditional Chinese dragon and lion dances turned on their head, rolled into a ball, and then tossed high into the air, combining Chinese acrobatics with Cirque du Soleil’s signature showmanship flourish. The story of Dralion personifies and color-codes the four elemental forces that reign over the natural world: blue Air soars ethereally over her kingdom, while ochre Earth imbues the stage with her physicality and vitality. Vermillion Fire and green Water round out the harmonious quartet, while the tertiary elements of dingy brown Snow and purplish dryer lint watch enviously from their seats.