Tuesday, October 2, 2012





The 2012 season closes with Talking to Westfield—the interactive world premiere of the first script commissioned through Premiere's new Liberty Live partnership with the Liberty Hall Museum. To send off the season in style, they will also host their annual benefit on Saturday, November 3rd, in conjunction with the evening performance of Talking to Westfield. A night not to be missed!


iDream Staged Reading

Premiere Stages will develop and present three FREE staged readings of Eileen Trauth and Suzanne Trauth's iDream as part of a week-long workshop funded by that National Science Foundation.

WHEN: OCTOBER 11-13; Thursday, October 11, at 6 PM; Friday, October 12, at 10 AM; Saturday, October 13, at 7 PM
Little Theatre in the Kean University Center, 1000 Morris Ave., Union
Three high school girls, all confronting an uncertain future, are encouraged by a dynamic teacher to explore the male dominated field of computer technology and in doing so, begin to discover their place in the world.

All readings are followed by discussions with the cast and playwrights!
To reserve tickets please call 908.737.4092!


Talking to Westfield
launches Premiere Stages NEW Liberty Live Initiative

A World Premiere through Premiere Stages *New* Liberty Live Initiative—A Partnership with Liberty Hall Museum
By E.M. Lewis
Directed by John Wooten

WHEN: NOVEMBER 1-4; Thursday and Friday—Call for Performance Times—Saturday at 3 and 7 PM(Fundraiser Performance); Sunday at 3 PM

Does the key to Trevor's future lie somewhere in Westfield's past? During a visit to the Westfield Museum with his Dad, history begins to come to life—and Trevor has to figure out how to find his way home. This exciting new event that celebrates the history of New Jersey also features a guided tour of the Museum grounds and interactive displays.

Fun for the whole family!

Discounted group rates are available!
To purchase tickets please call 908.737.SHOW (7469)

Made possible through funding from the Westfield Foundation, The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, the Shubert Foundation, and the New Jersey Historical Commission.


Premiere Stages Fall Fundraiser!

Premiere Patrons celebrating at Premiere Stages Farragut North opening night party!<br />

Premiere Patrons celebrating at Premiere Stages Farragut North opening night party!

Presented in conjunction with Talking to Westfield, the annual benefit will take place on Saturday, November 3, at 5:30 PM. The evening will feature:

  • A pre-show reception featuring music, wine and hors d’oeuvres
  • A performance of Talking to Westfield
  • A candlelight tour of The Liberty Hall Museum
  • A post show champagne and dessert reception
  • A portion of the proceeds raised will benefit the Westfield Historical Society.

TICKETS: $100 ($50 of which is tax deductible) and can be reserved by calling 908.737.4092.


Premiere Stages is made possible in part through funding from The New Jersey State Council on the Arts, The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, The Northfield Bank Foundation, The New Jersey Theatre Alliance, The Provident Bank Foundation, The Shubert Foundation, The New Jersey Historical Commission, The Westfield Foundation, The National Science Foundation and through the generous support of individual patrons.

For More information on Premiere Stages, please call 908.737.4092 or visit the website: