Monday, March 14, 2011


Chaired by CSC Board member Art Charlton

WHEN:  March 26 at 6 PM (before the 8 PM performance of the Tartan Terrors)
in the circle room of the Lackland Center, 715 Grand Ave. in Hackettstown  
TICKETS: Seating for the dinner is limited and reservations are required by Mar 22. The price of the dinner will be $20. (left: Robert Burns portrait painted by Alexander Nasmyth in the late 18th century)

Initiated as a celebration of legendary 18th century Scottish poet Robert Burns’ life, the evening will include “Piping in the Haggis” and  the traditional celebratory “Toast to the Lassies and Laddies,”  the “Address to the Haggis,” as well as  songs and poems. In addition to the traditional Haggis, the meal will include “Cock-a-Leekie Soup, Roast Beef  wi’ Horseradish Cream, Champit Tatties, Bashed Neeps and Typsy Laird.” 

Tickets for the 8 PM performance by the Tartan Terrors (hailed as “The heirs apparent to Celtic Mayhem!” by Celtic Beat Magazine) are $22.50 in advance, and $25 the day of performance. Seniors and students are $20 in advance and $22.50 the day of performance, with special group discounts for churches and choirs. 

Tickets for the concert and the dinner may  be purchased through the CSC Box Office at 908.979.0900, Concert tickets are also available online at, or in person at the David and Carol Lackland Center  at 715 Grand Ave in Hackettstown (box office hours 1-5 Monday through Friday, and 2 hours prior to each performance) .

Performances at the Centenary Stage Company are made possible in part through the generous support of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the NJ State Council on the Arts and the following local businesses: Heath Village Retirement Community (the CSC 2011 Platinum sponsor),  Panther Valley Pharmacy, Skylands Community Bank,  and Hackettstown Regional Medical Center, as well as individual CSC members and sponsors.