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2011 Events at Algonquin Arts

Rising Stars

Wednesday, November 9 . 10am & 12pm

Back for its 13th year, Rising Stars is a program for classical musicians of high school ages. Finalists are chosen through a competitive auditioning process. Applicants must be classical musicians from New Jersey. The 2011 Rising Stars Program is generously supported by Two River Community Bank.

All Ages - 60 minutes - FREE

Call the box office at (732) 528-9211

For more information, visit Algonquin Arts website.




Reel History Film Series

Topic:  Legacy Of War - Rockingham The Road To Peace &
            A Note Of Triumph: The Norman Corwin Story

Speakers: MHS History Teach Jim Fagen & Author Ed Belding

Tuesday, November 15 . 7:30PM

Rockingham The Road to Peace (23 Min) is an historical documentary short narrative that chronicles the last days of the Revolutionary War when General George Washington wrote the famous 'Farewell Orders to Armies' at Rockingham, New Jersey in 1783. This documentary spans the last 3 months that General Washington spent after 8 long years at war to bring peace and Liberty to our great new Nation. The Norman Corwin Story (40 Min), radio's 'poet laureate', made an indelible impact on American culture with his broadcast of ON A NOTE OF TRIUMPH on V-E Day, May 8th, 1945. This film is an examination of the greatest radio presentation in the history of the medium and how it remains eerily prescient in light of today's current events. This film won an Academy Award in the Short Documentary category.

All Tickets: $5

Call the box office at (732) 528-9211

For more information, visit Algonquin Arts website.




The 1940's Radio Hour


Thursday, December 1 . 2pm
Friday, December 2 . 10am & 8pm
Saturday, December 3 . 8pm
Sunday, December 4 . 3pm

The 1940's Radio Hour by Walton Jones is full of 1940's music, dancing and old-time sound effects. The play portrays the final holiday broadcast of the Mutual Manhattan Variety Cavalcade on the New York radio station WOV in December 1942. This show, directed by Broadway and former Paper Mill director, Robert Johanson, will feature a live big band and include such songs as Love is Here to Stay, That Old Black Magic, Boogie Woggie Bugle Boy, and more! Produced by Algonquin Players

Adults $27 - Seniors $25 - Students $18

Groups of 10 or more: Adults $20 - Students $15

Call the box office at (732) 528-9211

For more information, visit Algonquin Arts website.




Newark Boys Chorus

Wednesday, December 14 . 10am

Join us for an hour long concert featuring the Newark Boys Chorus. Enjoy a medley of holiday favorites including Silver Bells, Let it Snow and The Christmas Song.

Grades 2 and up - 60 minutes - $8.50

Call the box office at (732) 528-9211

For more information, visit Algonquin Arts website.




Babes In Toyland
Produced by Shore Repertory Theatre Company

Saturday, December 17 . 7pm
Sunday, December 18 . 3pm

All of the glorious music and fabulous fantasy characters of the classic Victor Herbert creation, in a bright contemporary adaption by Ruth Perry. A musical featuring famous songs like "Toyland" woven together with various characters from Mother Goose nursery rhymes. An Algonquin Arts Theatre productio featuring the Algonquin Youth Ensemble.

Adults $18 - Seniors $15 - Children 18 & under $12

Call the box office at (732) 528-9211

For more information, visit Algonquin Arts website.




New Year's Eve! ABBA-Mania

Saturday, December 31 . Two performances: 6pm & 9pm

Algonquin Arts Theatre continues the New Year's Eve tradition this year with ABBA-Mania, a rock musical which takes you back to the disco era of one of the best pop bands in history, ABBA! This event will celebrate ABBA's music, from Take a Chance on Me to Dancing Queen, and other songs featured in the Broadway show, Mama Mia.

All Seats: $50

Call the box office at (732) 528-9211

For more information, visit Algonquin Arts website.




The Orchestra of St. Peter By The Sea

Viennese New Year

Sunday, January 8 . 3pm

Sponsored By: Novy & Associates and Manasquan Savings Bank

Celebrate the New Year with Father Alphonse Stephenson and The Orchestra of St. Peter by the Sea in this traditional concert featuring Viennese waltzes and other favorites.

Golden Circle Seating (Rows A-H):
Golden Adults: $45 - Golden Seniors: $43 - Golden Students: $35

Regular Seating:
Adults: $40 - Seniors: $38 - Students: $30

Group Rates (groups of 10 or more, not available in Golden Circle):
Adults & Seniors: $33 - Students: $25

Call the box office at (732) 528-9211

For more information, visit Algonquin Arts website.