CP Offstage Coming Up

Until Center Playhouse can re-open for live performances, we will have an online presence for both current and new patrons.

We have an exciting variety of dramatic, comedic and musical programs coming your way.

Some are free - some are not - all require you to log into a Zoom Webinar to be part of the experience.

Our next offering is below - watch for more in August and beyond coming your way.

FRIDAY - AUGUST 14TH - 8PM SHOW TIME

Butterflies Are Free by Leonard Gershe was a Center Players Signature production in February/March 2019. The play tells the story of Don Baker, a young blind man determined to live on his own in New York City circa 1969. When this budding singer/songwriter meets Jill Tanner, the free-spirited hippie who lives in the apartment next door, their friendship blossoms into a romance that takes both of them by surprise, along with the unexpected arrival of Don’s overprotective mother. The cast includes Ryan Irving as Don, Jackie Kuczinski as Jill, Marina Tu as Mrs. Baker, and Vincent Gruosso as Ralph. The production was directed by Anthony Marinelli.

Please click ON THE GRAPHIC ABOVE to make your reservation to experience this wonderful event in the comfort of your own home.

This event has a $10 fee, but during these difficult times, donations are also greatly appreciated!

Also - log into the presentation at 7:50 pm - the show will begin at 8:00 pm,
It is important to join us BEFORE 8pm in order to link up to a vimeo stream you will be given instructions prior to and that evening.

FRIDAY - AUGUST 21ST - 8PM SHOW TIME

They're back for the next folk show -- The Oakley Briarpickers & Friends! With local folk musicians Richard Smith and Denise Warren returning with new videos from their trip to West Virginia. The Oakley Briarpickers is an Old Time Music band based in Freehold which performs fiddle tunes, reels, waltzes, Civil War era songs, square and contra dance tunes and old mountain songs. Old Time was the root of bluegrass and country, and some of the tunes have been around since the 1600s.

Please click ON THE GRAPHIC ABOVE to make your reservation to experience this wonderful event in the comfort of your own home.

This event is FREE, during these difficult times, donations are greatly appreciated!

Also - log into the presentation at 7:50 pm - the show will begin at 8:00 pm,
but even if you are a minute late - you will get your front row seat.

New events will be added regularly.

Visit this page weekly to see new updates!