The New Jersey Performing Arts Center is packed with fun family entertainment and date nights for the winter 2018 season. You’ll be laughing and cringing at Double Dare Live! or enjoying one of everyone’s favorite film scores live at Star Wars: A New Hope In Concert. Check out four of our fave picks for must-see performances at NJPAC this November.
Double Dare Live! on November 14 & 15
Ready to watch some crazy stunts and messy fun? Nickelodeon’s longest-running game show, Double Dare Live! returns from it’s original 1986 tv show format to a brand new live show with original host Marc Summers. You’ll witness two teams of selected audience members go head-to-head in trivia questions, messy challenges, and facing the ultimate obstacle course. It’s time for some slime!
Cost: $39.50 – $79.50
Steve Martin & Martin Short on November 16
These big screen comedians and SNL co-stars reunite for an evening full of stand-up comedy, musicals, skits, and film clips. Ready to laugh until you cry? We are. Steve Martin & Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life is a special performance dedicated to presenting new material while including moments from Martin and Short’s most famous roles during their careers.
Cost: $59 – $249
Amy Schumer on November 17
Laughter is the best medicine. Amy Schumer returns to NJPAC and this show is far from a trainwreck. Known for her stand-up comedy, her hilarious roles on television and in films, she’s ready to make you laugh until you cry. Did you know she’s the only female comic to headline at Madison Square Garden? How cool is that!
Cost: $33 – $149
Star Wars: A New Hope In Concert on November 24
Do you have a little Jedi lover on your hands? Bring them to NJPAC‘s Star Wars: A New Hope In Concert at Prudential Hall. While you watch the iconic film, you’ll experience a live score accompaniment from the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. Trust us, your ears will thank you.
Cost: $35 – $125
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