Ed Vezinho/Jim Ward Big Band
March 1
7:30 pm
Tickets: $15 Regular • $10 Seniors • $8 Student (includes $2 fee)
Alton Auditorium
Studies in the Arts

**Please note that this performance has been moved to Alton Auditorium in A-Wing.  PARKING LOT 1 is the closest lot to this venue. The Ed Vezinho/Jim Ward Big Band is comprised of some of Atlantic City’s finest showroom musicians. Join them as they present the music of Stockton’s own Jazz Composer In-Residence, Ed Vezinho. Combining original compositions with thrilling arrangements of popular tunes, this show is sure to leave you wanting more. This high energy, 7-piece jazz ensemble will have you dancing in . . .

A Concert of Dance
Thursday, March 2 – Saturday, March 4 • 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 5 • 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: $10 Regular • $8 Student/Seniors (includes $2 fee)
Performing Arts Center
Studies in the Arts

Stockton Dance Company brings together national and international artists to present an exciting evening of dance. The evening includes works by two renowned guests, Jon Lehrer of Lehrer Dance and Germaul Barnes, Bessie Award winner and former company member of the Bill T Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. Resident artists Rain Ross and Caitlin Quinn Pittenger also present their choreography. Rounding out the show is a new tap work by professional hoofer Kat Richter. This mixed repertory performance promises a little . . .

Walnut Street Theater's
Last of the Red Hot Lovers
Wednesday • March 8 • 7:30 pm
Pre-Show Dinner: 6:00pm (Upper K-Wing)

Tickets: $32 • Children $12 • Fundraiser Event: $45 Dinner & Show
Performing Arts Center

America in the 1960s, an era that encouraged LOVE, was populated by “Mad Men” and “Mod Women” trying to navigate the new normal. In this freshly conceived production of Neil Simon’s classic, “Last of the Red Hot Lovers,” true comedy ensues when a modern man in the hip sixties looks for something new and different, but ends up finding himself in the same situation, again and again…and again! GREAT DINNER & SHOW COMBINATION! Join us for dinner before the show. . . .