ReelAbilities New Jersey

Three images side by side. On the left a girl with a bookbag, a jumper and her eyes closed. On the middle, an elderly woman with short hair and glasses signing her name. Lastly, a young woman with tight clothes touching her face and overlayed with projections of the galaxy and stars.

ReelAbilities New Jersey celebrates the lives, stories and artistic abilities of people with all types of disabilities and abilities through award-winning short and feature-length films.

Mama I’m a Big Girl Now!

Three original actresses from the Hairspray show, now in the Mama, I'm a Big Girl Now show. From left to right: Kerry (in black sparkly dress), Laura (in gold sparkly dress), and Marissa (in a red velvety dress)

Celebrate over 20 years of the Broadway musical “Hairspray” with “Mama I’m a Big Girl Now!” Tony Award Winner Marissa Jaret Winokur (Dancing with the Stars), Tony Nominee Kerry Butler (Xanadu), and Tony Nominee Laura Bell Bundy (Legally Blonde) reunite onstage for the first time in 20 years in “Mama, I’m a Big Girl Now.” Spend the evening revisiting the show that helped launch their careers and lifelong friendships while singing hits from the shows that made you fall in love with them.

The Rainbow Fish

A fish of colorful scales and yellow lips, drawing like, with a black background

Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia brings The Rainbow Fish to the stage, live, to tell the story of the fish who finds the courage to explore the great unknown deep sea.

Jubilee – 30 Years of Mnozil Brass

7 brass players of Mnozil Brass using their trumpets to blow a chocolate cake with the number 30 on it.

The Austrian band, known as the Monty Python of the music world, seamlessly combines slapstick comedy with extraordinary musical ability. An evening with Mnozil Brass, the world’s premier brass ensemble is an over-the-top fun, virtuosic, and laugh-out-loud experience.

DRUM TAO 30th Anniversary: THE TAO 夢幻響

drums on stage and a group of Japanese players, drumming while jumping

Drum Tao, the most modern “Japanese Entertainment.” Established in 1993, with a dream of creating the best show in the world using Taiko drums (Japanese drums), an instrument with a rare and unique variety of sound expressions.

Aaron Diehl Trio

Black and white photo of Aaron Diehl playing a Steinway piano with the logo of the company on the back

Aaron Diehl Trio was created by Aaron Diehl, a Juilliard graduate, pianist, and composer transforms the piano into an orchestral vessel in the spirit of beloved predecessors Ahmad Jamal, Erroll Garner and Jelly Roll Morton with his trio.

Once on This Island

An orange, brushed background with a silhouette of a woman with a red flower on her hair. Views the sea, mountains and plants fill her face.

Ahrens and Flaherty’s Once on This Island similarly invites us to care as we follow Ti Moune through ‘the Jewel of the Antilles’, or Haiti, as she grows, encounters society, and experiences love, hope, sacrifice and determination, joy, loss, and the fickleness and loyalty of the gods.

Carolyn Dorfman Dance

A group of dancers on stage dressed differently. They are sitting down with their arms towards the ceiling.

Through contemporary dance, multimedia presentation and interactive dialogue, Carolyn Dorfman Dance takes audiences on a powerful historical and cultural journey. It shares art, history, dialogue, and a call to social action.

Ana Gasteyer

A redhead woman in a green silk dress sits by a Christmas tree with a drink in her hand.

Ana Gastyer’s Christmas tour is made up of seasonal favorites and holiday originals, from her recent album Sugar and Booze, which topped numerous “Best Holiday Album” lists on Billboard.

Christmas in Killarney

Irish dancers on stage dressed as if they were acting out a story. A silhouette of a city looms in the background.

Set in Killarney, Ireland, in the late 1920s, Christmas In Killarney shows what it means to celebrate Christmas the ‘Irish’ way. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to be the first to see what will become a holiday classic!