Gaelic Storm
Sunday
March 8
4:00 pm
Tickets: $32 • Children: $12
Performing Arts Center

Over the course of 10 albums and nearly 3,000 live shows, Gaelic Storm — the chart-topping, multi-national Celtic band — is dishing up a hearty serving of Full Irish – The Best of Gaelic Storm. The greatest-hits album spans the bulk of the band’s career, mixing crowd favorites and concert staples with three previously unreleased recordings, including “Whiskey in the Jar” and “Irish Party in Third Class” from Titanic.  The album features sea shanties and drinking songs, traditional tunes and . . .

Bay-Atlantic Symphony Presents:
Chopin & Schumann
Sunday
March 22
2:00 pm
Tickets: $32
Performing Arts Center

These works by Chopin and Schumann are two of the most romantic, intimate, and lyrical works in the repertoire. Meltingly gorgeous, but also with a joy and abandon that lifts them to great heights, this is a program for those whose hearts forever yearn. Piano sensation and New Jersey resident Terrence Wilson will perform with the orchestra. Russell Steinberg––Cosmic Dust (premiere) Frédéric Chopin––Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor Terrence Wilson, piano ~ Intermission ~ Robert Schumann––Symphony No. 3 in . . .

Arts and Humanities Presents:
A Year with Frog and Toad
Book and Lyrics by Willie Reale • Music by Robert Reale Based on the books by Arnold Lobel
Thursday & Friday • April 9 & 10 • 7:30 p.m. (Friday School Matinee: 10:30 a.m.)
Saturday • April 11 • 2:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. | Sunday • April 12 • 2:00 p.m.
Tickets: $10 Regular • $8 Student/Seniors
Performing Arts Center
Studies in the Arts

Based on the beloved children’s book series by Arnold Lobel, this enchanting musical is for the whole family. Join us as we follow two best friends – Frog, a laid-back optimist, and Toad, a caring fellow with apprehensive tendencies – on their many adventures between winter hibernations. Whether they’re going for a swim, eating copious amounts of cookies or sharing spooky stories on a stormy night (all of which are set to the sounds of the Roaring Twenties) Frog and . . .