Sunday, May 2, 2021

SENIOR DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE ON BROOK ARTS CENTER'S SPRING SHOWS

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 The Brook Arts Center has remained steadfast in our commitment to providing our patrons the safest and most enjoyable theater experience possible. We are strictly following  all current COVID19 safety guidelines: Limited capacity, reserved social distanced seating, designated entrances for social distancing, self-ticket scanning, hand sanitizing stations, and  enhanced cleaning procedures between shows. CDC recommended face mask coverings will be strictly enforced. 

 Due to social distance seating and limited capacity, we highly recommend tickets are purchase in advance. Our Box Office will be open 90 minutes prior to show times for walk -up and you can call 732-469-7700 for ticket availability and purchase tickets if available. 

 If any shows are postponed due to Covid-19 state mandated restrictions, tickets may be exchanged for the rescheduled date or a full refund will be issued.

 

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 Sunday, May 2, 3pm

The original silent film version of the famed musical Chicago will be accompanied by Organist Bernie Anderson. 
FREE ADMISSION/RESERVE SEATING

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 Sunday, May 9,  3pm

The Brook Arts Center celebrates all moms on Mother’s Day with a special concert just for her! America’s Tenor Dominic Mantuano returns to the Brook Arts Center for a 3pm matinee performance. Dominic will showcase some of the latest and greatest hits from Broadway, opera, classic and contemporary hits from the 50s and ’60s, pop tunes, and country music. Blessed with a sonorous, compelling, and engaging voice, Dominic puts his heart and soul into each note of music and every live performance. Known for his versatility, expansive repertoire, and impressive vocal range, Dominic astounds his  audiences.  Advance $25  Door $30 ;  Senior and Veteran Discounts available

 

 Sunday, May 23, 3pm 

An afternoon of “Blues, Ballads, Bossa, and a little bit of Bop” performed by AMANI. These talented professional musicians, Marty Eigen on flute & sax, Fred Fisher on piano, Flip Peters on guitar, vocalist Stephen Fuller, bassist Alex Gressel and drummer Vern Mobley will perform the best of the music from “The Great American Songbook.”  Advance $20 Door $25

 

 Sunday May 30, 7 pm

The Closet Carpenters will take you on a journey of the feel good iconic music of The Carpenters at the Brook Arts Center. This talented band takes pride in the rock 'n roll flavor, dynamics, and energy of the unforgettable classic ballads, melodies and deep cuts of the renowned duo, Karen and Richard Carpenter. As this brand of wholesome music went out of style, the fans went into the closet, but we are grown up now and it is time to come out of the dark and celebrate the music of your youth! Sing along to your favorites from “ Close to You” to “We’ve only Just Begun” The Closet Carpenters will make you feel like it’s “ Yesterday Once More.”   Advance Sales $20 Door $25

 

 

Sunday, June 6, at 3pm

The Brook Arts Center is honored to present on our stage The Johnny Maestro Tribute Band. The band was created by Johnny’s wife, Grace Mastrangelo, who had the vision to keep her late husband’s music and memory alive. Grace personally selected this talented group of musicians and vocalist; Dennis Dell, Jerry Mokar, Frank DiRobella, Bud Brewer, Rene’ L. Cardon, and Matt DiGiovannia, to pay tribute to the music of Johhny Maestro. Put on your bobby socks and rock to the smooth harmonies and doo-wop sounds of the 1950s - 70’s from "Sixteen Candles,” "Step By Step," "The Angels Listened In," and Brooklyn Bridge’s number one hit “ It’s the Worst that Could Happen,” Featuring special guest singer, Johnny Petillo, formerly of Danny & The Juniors, The Duprees, and who has performed with Tony Orlando on his concert tours. 

 

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