State Theatre New Jersey presents Superheroes & Villains Trivia
Superheroes & Villains Online Trivia Night
Wednesday, June 9, at 7pm ET
A minimum donation of $5 allows patrons to participate in the trivia challenge.
State Theatre New Jersey presents Superheroes & Villains Online Trivia Night. The event will be hosted by radio personality John “JoHo” Hodoryvch, co-host of The Morning Jolt on 105.5 WDHA-FM. Proceeds raised support State Theatre’s Community Engagement programs. To sign up for Trivia Nights, go to STNJ.org/Trivia.
Each Trivia Night is composed of 50 multiple choice questions. The first-place winner gets bragging rights, a $150 State Theatre gift certificate, and a State Theatre swag bag. The second-place winner gets a State Theatre swag bag.
Online Trivia Night will be hosted on Zoom on each participant’s desktop computer and played on the smartphone-based trivia game app Kahoot. Closed Captioning for Trivia Nights can be made available by request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, one week prior to the event.
Superheroes & Villains Online Trivia Night on June 9 will feature questions on everything related to heroes and villains. Topics will include Marvel, DC, comic book history, cover identities, iconic lines, and the actors and actresses who bring superheroes and villains to life on the silver screen.
About State Theatre’s Online Trivia Nights
State Theatre’s ongoing online trivia series began in August 2020 with a popular, sold-out 2000s-themed trivia hosted by drag queen, comedian, and singer Pissi Myles. Online Trivia Nights benefit State Theatre’s Community Engagement Programs and are a great way to get friends and family together virtually for a game and a good time. Trivia Nights will be added throughout the season. For more information on State Theatre’s Online Trivia Nights, please visit STNJ.org/TriviaNights
About State Theatre New Jersey
State Theatre was built in 1921 as a silent film and vaudeville palace. Recognizing the historic significance of the theater, PBS honored State Theatre New Jersey by featuring it in its documentary series, Treasures of New Jersey, in the fall of 2018. “Treasures of New Jersey: State Theatre New Jersey” can be streamed at STNJ.org/History. Today, State Theatre is the largest performing arts center in Central New Jersey and has welcomed six million people through its doors since reopening as a non-profit performing arts center in 1988. State Theatre New Jersey is a cornerstone of the cultural vitality of Middlesex County, and averages a total economic impact on New Brunswick and the surrounding area of more than $18 million a year. The mainstage programs have featured high-caliber artists such as Diana Ross, Tony Bennett, Kevin Hart, Ringo Starr, Melissa Etheridge, John Leguizamo, Harry Connick, Jr., Diana Krall, and Crosby, Stills & Nash. Program offerings include Broadway, orchestra, family, dance, comedy, rock/pop, jazz, Performances for Schools, and Sensory-Friendly Performances.
State Theatre New Jersey’s programs are made possible by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts. Grant funding has been provided by the Middlesex County Board of County Commissioners through a grant award from the Middlesex County Cultural and Arts Trust Fund.