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Fall / Holiday 2022

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J e r s e y s h o r e • F A L L / H O L I D A Y 2 0 2 2 34 11-5: Jeff Boyer's Big Bubble Bonanza (Family Series), 1:00 PM 11-11 - 11-20: 'Tis the Wind and Nothing More, various times 11-20: Mariel Bildsten Septet, 3:00 PM 11-29: Mexico Beyond Mariachi presents Trekking Mexico, 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM 12-2: Westminster Concert Bell Choir, 7:30 PM 12-3: A Christmas Carol, 1:00 PM 12-3: OCC Concert Band: A Children's Holiday, 7:00 PM 12-8: Vienna Boys Choir, 7:00 PM 12-9 - 12-18: Broadway for the Holidays II, various days and times 12-10: Ballet for Young Audiences: The Nutcracker, 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM 12-11: Judy Collins Holidays and Hits, 7:00 PM 12-16: Christmas with The Celts, 7:30 PM 1-27: Afternoon Recital with Dr. Sungji Kim, 2:00 PM THE SAINT 601 Main Street, Asbury Park (732) 775-9144 One of the top small live music venues in the world and the heart of the Asbury Park music scene, The Saint's mission is to present and preserve live, original music here at the Jersey Shore. The Saint has hosted over three hundred shows a year since its inception and continues to welcome both local music fans as well as tourists from around the world. 18 to enter, 21 to drink with proper ID for all evening shows (unless otherwise noted). All-age matinees are only on weekend afternoons. 10-22: Matt Pinfield with Kanak and The Grip Weeds, doors open 7:00 PM 11-20: Jeffrey Lewis and The Voltage with Skylar Pocket, Lightheaded, Padraics Joy, doors open 7:00 PM SOUTH STREET PLAYERS Wesley Hall at St. Andrews Methodist Church, 4th and Mercer Avenues, Spring Lake, (732) 447-5169 Founded in 1982, the South Street Players have been delighting audiences with their performances at The Clarksburg Inn and other Monmouth and Ocean County locations. 10-21 - 10-23: Tri-State Theatre Festival, various times SPRING LAKE THEATRE AT THE SPRING LAKE COMMUNITY HOUSE 300 Madison Avenue, Spring Lake (732) 449-4530 Since 1978, the theatre has been the home of the Spring Lake Theatre Company. Renovated in 1986, the theater seats over 350 patrons. The Spring Lake Theatre Company produces Broadway-quality musicals, comedies, and dramas, with professionally talented casts and lavish sets and costumes. Each year, the company puts on six different shows, with the opening night ticket sales of each donated to different area charities. 10-14 - 10-29: The SpongeBob Musical, various days and times 12-1 - 12-18: Scrooge, various days and times STAFFORD TOWNSHIP ARTS CENTER STAFFORD TOWNSHIP EDUCATION FOUNDATION 1000 McKinley Avenue, Manahawkin (609) 489-8600 Tickets: The Stafford Township Arts Center (STAC) is south Jersey's resource for artistic and cultural experiences. Live music, dance, and theatrical programs offer enrichment for people of every age. Programmed and managed by the Stafford Township Education Foundation, STAC features state-of-the-art ameni- ties and plays host to the finest amateur and pro- fessional talent. 10-14 - 10-16: The Marvelous Wonderettes, various times 11-27: Atlantic City Ballet's It's A Shore Holiday, 3:00 PM 12-2 - 12-3: BCCT presents Elf Jr., various times 12-10: Merry Christmas Doo Wop featuring The Capris and Cleveland Still and the Dubs, 7:00 PM 12-17: Celtic Angels Christmas, 7:00 PM 1-21 - 1-22: Forever Plaid, various times STONE PONY AND STONE PONY SUMMER STAGE 913 Ocean Avenue, Asbury Park (732) 502-0060 The legendary Stone Pony has been a driving force of the Jersey Shore music scene since it first opened its doors in 1974. From independent, local talent to internationally known headline acts, music fans will never be disappointed with the Stone Pony's sched- ule of events. During the summer, enjoy open-air concerts at the Stone Pony Summer Stage. Advance ticket purchase recommended for both venues. STONE PONY 10-15: Start Making Sense (Talking Heads Tribute), 8:00 PM 10-21: Toadies with Reverend Horton Heat, 7:00 PM 10-22: The Glorious Sons, 7:00 PM 10-26: The Early November with I Can Make A Mess and Vinnie Carauna, 6:30 PM 10-27: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, 7:00 PM 10-28: Niko Moon, 7:00 PM 10-29: Emo Night Brooklyn, 9:00 PM 11-3: Fortunate Youth, 7:00 PM 12-11: Labamba's Holiday Hurrah, 7:00 PM 12-15: Low Cut Connie, 8:00 PM SURFLIGHT THEATRE Engleside and Beach Avenues Beach Haven, (609) 492-9477 Producing large-scale musicals and plays with a res- ident company of professional actors, the Surflight has been performing live theater in a classic sum- mer stock situation since 1950. In addition, Surflight offers Children's Theater from mid-June through September and a Celebrity Concert series. Please call or visit the website for shows, times, prices, and group pricing. Musicals and Plays: 12-3 - 12-18: Irving Berlin's White Christmas, various days and times Concerts: 11-19: Madama Butterfly, 7:30 PM 11-26: The Beat Tells: A Tribute to The Beatles, 7:30 PM 12-31: Ronstadt Rockin' Eve, 5:00 PM and 8:00 PM Comedy: 11-12: Comedy Night Fundraiser, 7:30 PM TWO RIVER THEATER CO. 21 Bridge Avenue, Red Bank (732) 345-1400 Opened in Red Bank in the fall of 2005, this is a state-of-the-art performance space. The main theater seats 350 people and is home to the main stage season. Centered around a thrust stage, the furthest seats are no more than thirty-six feet from the performers. The new facility also includes the 99-seat Marion Huber Theater, a black box theater that is host to more experimental works, readings, classes, and rehearsals. 10-15 - 11-6: Wine in the Wilderness, various days and times 12-2 - 12-11: A Little Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet, various days and times 1-28 - 2-26: Living and Breathing, various days and times THE WONDER BAR 1213 Ocean Avenue, Asbury Park (732) 502-8886 The Wonder Bar features a lineup that will appeal to fans of all types of music. Kick back, relax, and enjoy the positive vibes at this iconic establishment. Advanced ticket purchase recommended. 11-12: Consider the Source with Baked Shrimp, 7:00 PM 12-3: The Spill Canvas, 7:00 PM ALSO OF INTEREST: MONMOUTH CIVIC CHORUS P.O. Box 16, Red Bank, (732) 933-9333 The Monmouth Civic Chorus is a volunteer com- munity of singers in Monmouth County dedicated to artistic excellence. In addition to singing in New Jersey, the Chorus has performed at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra), Carnegie Hall and St. Thomas Church in New York City, St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, and St. Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna (with members of the Vienna State Opera Orchestra). 12-18: Joy To The World (at the Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre at The Count Basie Center for the Arts), 3:00 PM u THE STRAND CENTER FOR THE ARTS 400 Clifton Avenue, Lakewood (732) 367-7789 Built in 1919, The Strand is known as one of the best acoustical theatres in the nation. This fully restored theatre features a variety of musical, dra- matic, and comedic events by some of the coun- try's top performers, as well as the Garden State Philharmonic and fine ballet. 10-15: Abba Revisited, 8:00 PM 10-22: Atlantic City Ballet's Dracula, 7:00 PM 10-29: The Wag's Halloween Spectacular, 7:00 PM 11-5: A Medium Gallery Show with Linda Shields, The Jersey Shore Medium, 7:30 PM 11-12: Best of The Eagles, 8:00 PM 12-4: Beatles vs. Stones - A Musical Showdown, 7:30 PM 12-10: The Wag's Christmas Spectacular, 7:00 PM 12-18: Atlantic City Ballet's The Nutcracker, 7:00 PM The Strand Center for the Arts in Lakewood. courtesy of The Strand Center for the Arts Surflight Theatre in Beach Haven. Kelly S. Andrews THEATER & CONCERTS OCEAN COUNTY COLLEGE, continued from page 33

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