Elf the Musical runs from November 27, 2021, through December 12, and is expected to sell out soon.
After the New Year, the series will continue with Biloxi Blues (January 22-30), Amadeus (February 26-March 6) and Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella (April 1-10) before closing with the Tony-winning musical Into the Woods (May 7-22). Subscription packages that include four or five shows are also available.
The theatre has also announced the theater’s two summer musicals, Mary Poppins and The Who’s Tommy.
Other performances now on sale include:
- Holiday Soul (December 15, 2021)
- Chris Pinnella: Christmas at the Algonquin (December 18, 2021)
- James Langton’s New York All-Star Band with Swingin’ in a Winter Wonderland (December 19, 2021)
- Classic Stones Live (New Year’s Eve)
- The Strings of Your Heart Go…Zing! Zing! Zing! (February 13, 2022)
- Asbury Shorts New York, Film Festival (March 12, 2022)
- Vince Giordano & The Nighthawks (March 20, 2022)
- Father Alphonse Conducts Grand Opera (April 24, 2022).
TICKETS: Tickets are available for purchase online at www.algonquinarts.org or by phone. For custom group sizes and phone orders, the box office can be reached Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday from 10 am to 3 pm by calling 732-528-9211.
ALGONQUIN ARTS THEATRE (AAT) is a 501c(3) non-profit center for performing arts, providing cultural enrichment and arts education for residents and visitors of Central New Jersey and the Jersey Shore through high quality performances and programs in theatre, music, dance and film.
Located in Manasquan, N.J., AAT is an integral part of the Shore region, offering broad access to arts experiences across multiple disciplines. Deeply committed to education, AAT serves students of all ages not only through art and music instruction, but also through the unique communal conversation that exists between audience member and performer. A journeyman house, AAT features the work of young and emerging artists, designers and directors working alongside seasoned professionals.
AAT provides a platform for local and regional performers to showcase their work and offers audiences the opportunity to engage very directly and personally in the arts, fostering greater participation and providing an engaging means for exploring personal and societal issues through the world of the stage.
Algonquin Arts Theatre's programs are made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts / Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts. Funding is also provided by Hackensack Meridian Health, the PNC Foundation, Manasquan Bank, the OceanFirst Foundation, the Dodge Foundation, the Provident Bank Foundation and the generosity of other businesses and our patrons.