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TO WHO'S BAD AND ENJOY DINNER SPECIALS EXCLUSIVELY FOR TICKET HOLDERS
FROM PARTICIPATING LOCAL RESTUARANTS!
Whether you idolized
the Jackson 5, fell in love to Human Nature, or learned to moonwalk
to Billie Jean, you'll feel the adrenaline, scream at the sight
of that unmistakable silhouette, and succumb to a surefire Michael
Jackson sing-along at this amazing show!
out the magic of your concert experience with a “Dinner and a Show”
deal from one of Rahway’s local eateries. The “Who’s Bad” show
specials include meal offerings ranging from $25- $29 or a free
beverage with your order. To take advantage of these deals, simply
present your ticket at a participating restaurant
on the day of the show. Reservations are encouraged.
Directed by Billy Wilder and co-written by Wilder
and Raymond Chandler (who has an uncredited cameo in the film), Double Indemnity
is a 1944 American crime film noir starring Fred MacMurray as an
insurance salesman, Barbara Stanwyck as a provocative housewife
who is accused of killing her husband, and Edward G. Robinson as
a claims adjuster whose job is to find false claims.
35MM ARCHIVE PRINT ON LOAN FROM THE LIBRARY OF
CONGRESS -presented in partnership
with the Garden State Organ Society
Come see this
1928 silent comedy film starring Buster Keaton.
featuring what may be Keaton’s most famous film stunt: the
facade of a house falls around him while he stands in the precise
location of open window to avoid being flattened.
on Irving Street outside the theatre for a great night
of music with AB Salute House with Naeem Johnson & Mark
Francis! Bring your chair and come early to secure your spot, but
feel free to get up and dance! Presented
by Rahway Mayor Raymond A. Giacobbe & the Rahway
Note: In the event of inclement weather, the show
will move inside UCPAC.