Scroll To Top
Business Guide Home Page

Princeton Theaters

Business Directory

American Repertory Ballet 's The Nutcracker


609-921-7758

American Repertory Ballet’s mission is to bring the joy, beauty, artistry and discipline of classical and contemporary dance to New Jersey and nationwide audiences and to dance students through artistic and educational programs. The organization comprises: the preeminent professional classical and contemporary ballet company in the state; Princeton Ballet School, one of the largest and most respected non-profit dance schools in the nation; and ARB’s Access & Enrichment initiatives, including the acclaimed DANCE POWER program, the longest continuously running community and arts partnership in New Jersey. The performing company is a classical and contemporary ballet company committed to presenting ballets from the 19th and 20th centuries alongside new and existing works by choreographers from today.

Arts Council of Princeton


609-924-8777

The Arts Council of Princeton is a 37-year-old non-profit community arts organization whose mission is to nurture and support the visual, performing, and literary arts in the greater Princeton area.  Through its own programs and in partnership with other nonprofit organizations, artists, and arts educators, the Arts Council functions as a vital cultural center and seeks to enrich the cultural life of area residents of all ages and backgrounds.

Bristol Riverside Theater

120 Radcliffe Street Bristol PA 19007

215-785-0100


Bucks County Playhouse

70 South Main Street New Hope PA 18938

215-862-2121


Connections Dance Theater

10 Santina Court Lawrenceville NJ 08648

609-895-2981


Hopewell Theater

5 S. Greenwood Avenue Hopewell NJ 08525

609-466-2766


Kelsey Theatre


609-570-3333

The Kelsey Theatre is proud to be home to a talented student company, modern dance ensemble, symphonic band, and 12 different resident theater community and semi-professional theater companies. Theater lovers can revisit their favorite musicals and dramas, and enjoy some newer Broadway gems, while younger audiences will have an opportunity to see the greats for the very first time. Nineteen full-length dramas and musical productions come to the Kelsey stage, along with seven shows offered through the Kelsey Kids Series performed by traveling professional troupes and local companies. To view the current performance schedule, visit www.kelseyatmccc.org

McCarter Theatre


609-258-ARTS(2787)


Tony Award Winning McCarter Theatre Center for the Performing Arts is one of the most active cultural centers in the nation, offering over 200 performances of theater, dance, music and special events each year.

For tickets or more information visit our website www.mccarter.org.

At the core of McCarter’s programming is our world class Theater Series, which is built around our ongoing commitment to new work and to exploring and re-imagining classic works from the American and world canon. As a world-class performing arts presenter, McCarter offers audiences diverse programs of music, dance, and special events featuring artists of national and international repute from a wide variety of disciplines and styles.

Music Mountain Theatre

1483 Route 179 Lambertville NJ 8530

609-397-3337


New Jersey Shakespeare Festival


973.408.5600


Paper Mill Playhouse

Brookside Drive Millburn NJ 07041

973.376.4343


Passage Theatre Company

205 East Front Street Trenton NJ 08601

609-392-0766


Patriots Theater at the War Memorial

Memorial Drive Trenton NJ 08601

609-984-8400, Box Office


Pegasus Theatre Project

West Windsor Arts Center 952 Alexander Road Princeton Junction NJ 08550

609-759-0045


PNC Bank Arts Center


732.355.8698


Princeton Garden Theatre

160 Nassau Street Princeton NJ 08540

609.683.4656


Princeton Summer Theater


877-238-5596


Since its inception over forty years ago, Princeton Summer Theater (PST) has helped launch the careers of hundred of young artists while bringing high-quality, affordable theater to the greater Mercer County area. This summer’s season explores the interplay between the past and the present. The four diverse selections reflect the challenges posed to us today by a society that is divided over whether it is better to look to the past for inspiration or to move in the direction of future progress. The characters in each play demonstrate vastly different ways of dealing with their individual histories, and are made stronger by facing this adversity. We look forward to sharing these stories with you!

Don't miss our annual Children's Show - Amelia Earhart Forever - July 6th-July 29th at 11am

Ritz Theater

915 White Horse Pike Oaklyn

856.858.5230


State Theater

15 Livingston Avenue New Brunswick NJ 08901

732-246-7469


The Theatre at Raritan Valley Community College

118 Lamington Road Branchburg NJ 08876

908-725-3420theatre


Theatre~Intime

Murray Dodge Hall Princeton University Campus

609-258-5155


Triangle Broadmead Theatre

171 Broadmead Princeton NJ 08540

609-921-6314


War Memorial Theater

West Lafayette Street Trenton NJ 08601

609.984.8400


2017 Dec Today
SU M T W TH F S
1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
31