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Performance Series

Join us this summer for three professional theatre performances perfect for Kids and the Young at Heart!

All tickets are $15!
Groups of 10 or more receive a discount! Keep scrolling for more information about group sales.
A person wearing a mock large nose and a green hat and dressed as Pinocchio from the book
Bright Star Touring Theatre's

Storybook Tales:
Pinocchio & Robin Hood

Wednesday, July 17 @ 10:30 am
Wilkins Theatre

A sensory-inclusive performance!

Whether it’s dashing through the streets of Gepetto’s Italian village, or hiking through the Sherwood Forest in Nottingham England, comic duo Lenny and Mabel, “The Greatest Actors In The World,” are sure to delight in this fun collection of stories. Join Lenny and Mabel as they bring their traveling show featuring Gepetto and his little wooden boy Pinocchio. Learn lessons of responsibility and parental love as Pinocchio struggles to become real.

Then travel to England with Maid Marian and the Sheriff of Nottingham as they encounter great capers with the outlaw, Robin Hood! These tales are sure to delight any young audience, or anyone who is young at heart.

A cityscape with a male and female in costumes as mice
Kean Theatre Conservatory's

Country Mouse and the Missing Lunch Mystery

Wednesday, July 24 @ 10:00 am & 12:00 pm
Wilkins Theatre

It’s Country Mouse’s turn to serve lunch to City Mouse, but the food keeps disappearing!  Enter the Mouse Patrol to search for clues and track down three hungry kittens.  Aesop’s famous fable is retold in this charming production, including fun-filled audience participation. 

There is a maximum audience size of 65 people per performance for this interactive show!

The 12pm performance of Country Mouse and the Missing Lunch Mystery is sold out! Limited tickets are still available for the 10am performance.

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Yates Musical Theatre's


Wednesday, July 31 @ 10:30 am
Wilkins Theatre

A sensory-inclusive performance!

Poor Cinderella is mistreated by her stepmother and sisters. With the help of her fairy godmother she goes to the Royal Ball. There, she meets the Prince of her dreams and leaves before the magic is undone. The successful quest for the maiden whose foot will match the glass slipper is retold with imaginative freshness.

Group Reservations

  • Tickets are $10 for groups of 10+. A $1 fee per ticket will also be applied to the order.
  • Make a reservation before May 1 and receive a $50 discount on your total order!
  • Contact Christina Hoffman, Director of Marketing and Audience Development, to make a group reservation.
  • By email:
  • By phone: (908) 737-4077


Contact Christina Hoffman, Director of Marketing and Audience Development at or 908-737-4077 with any questions or to make a reservation over the phone.

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