Friday, April 16, 2021

Bard at Bell Works Festival Continues this Weekend!  CHECK OUT THE LATEST NEWS!

This past weekend, we kicked off our first performances of The Bard at Bell Works! We wanted to thank everyone who came out this weekend — we were overwhelmed by your support. The Festival continues this weekend! 

Gabriel Chajnik choreographed A Midsummer Night’s Dream back in 2018 for AXCBT’s first season. Reviving this ballet for The Bard at Bell Works fills us with joy for our organization's growth and our future in the arts.

Some of our original cast members that performed Chajnik’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream back in 2018, performing together again in 2021! [Above: Top row, left to right: Matteo Marretta (AXCBT Trainee), Olivia Miranda (AXCBT), Patrick Poole, Sophia Deno (APAA), Quincy Southerland (AXCBT), Lyda Cassidy (AXCBT Trainee) Bottom row, left to right: Lilakoi Grover (APAA), Natalie Rosati (APAA)]

Chajnik’s excerpts from his original West Side Story were postponed in April 2020, so it was also bittersweet to premiere this work over a year after the initial global shutdown. We are very grateful you experienced this momentous event with us. We could not have done this without you and your support!

 

 

"MAMBO!"

Check out our AXCBT dancers performing Chajnik's West Side Story this past weekend.

 

Want to see us perform this weekend? Tickets are still available!

Please visit the link below to get your tickets today!

 

This Weekend's Schedule For The Bard at Bell Works

Fri, April 16

AXCBT's "Midsummer Night's Dream" Ballet, 6:00 pm

The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ's "Midsummer" Play, 7:30 pm

 

Sat, April 17

"Bard on Broadway," 3:00 pm

AXCBT's "Midsummer Night's Dream" Ballet, 6:30 pm

 

Sun, April 18

The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ's "Midsummer" Play, 12:00 pm

"Bard on Broadway," 2:30 pm

AXCBT's "Midsummer Night's Dream" Ballet, 4:30 pm


No sun? No problem!

 

This weekend, come enjoy The Bard at Bell Works performances in the Ballroom, Bell Works’ stunning indoor venue, equal in safety and beauty. 

Over 13,000 square feet, this space features all glass walls, a tall ceiling, and beautiful outdoor views overlooking the water. It is the perfect ambiance to heighten our magical performances!

 


 

In between performances, have some family fun and check out the various food options available to you at Bell Works. Bell Market has whipped together some tasty Shakespeare-themed eats just for the festival. There is even a “Shakespeare Sundae” available at Jersey Freeze for all to enjoy!

Featured Film Announcement

 This Saturday April 17, we will be showing the film Macbeth, performed by Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, in our Dance Space at Bell Works at 12:30 pm.

For more information, visit the link below!