3 Must-See NJPAC Shows This Fall


The New Jersey Performing Arts Center is packed with fun and funny entertainment for the fall 2018 season. Comedians Trevor Noah and Steve Martin will supply the laughs while other shows will keep you smiling like the Broadway Princess Party. Check out three of our fave picks for must-see performances at NJPAC this fall.

Whose Live Anyway? on October 9th

Are you a die-hard fan of the Emmy-nominated hit television series, Whose Line is it Anyway? The current cast members have brought their new improv tour, Whose Live Anyway? to NJPAC. The 90-minute production, inspired by the series, brings improv, comedy, song, and audience suggestions onto the stage. It’s fun, it’s witty, it’s fast. Whose Live Anyway? encourages audience participation and wants you to share your ideas. This is a fun-filled night for all ages.
Prudential Hall
Cost: $39 – $99

The Price is Right Live on October 20th

America’s most iconic game show is making it’s way to the Paramount Theater in eclectic Asbury Park. It’s The Price is Right – Live! Now’s your chance to play classic games like Plinko, the Big Wheel, or the fabulous Showcase and win vacations, appliances, or even a brand new car. It’s your time to shine so be sure to “come on down” to this event that’s been entertaining audiences for ages.
Paramount Theater
1300 Ocean Avenue Asbury Park, NJ 07712
Cost: $47-$58

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in Concert on October 27th

There’s nothing like live entertainment, right? How about a live score from one of America’s most beloved films? If your family has bonded over Harry Potter, or the wizarding world and its many characters, it’s time to check it out live at NJPAC. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is projected onto the big screen in NJPAC’s Theater, while the Oscar-nominated score is performed live by the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.
Prudential Hall
Cost: $35 – $85

For a full list of shows, please visit NJPAC on Instagram or at njpac.org.

Be sure to tag your photos with #NJMOM and @njmom at all of the fun events you’re attending in NJ this fall.

This content is sponsored by the New Jersey Performing Arts Center – where there’s literally something for everyone.


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