STATE THEATRE NEW BRUNSWICK
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State Theatre New Brunswick TicketsThe State Theatre in New Brunswick, New Jersey, opened in 1921 as a vaudeville and silent film house designed by accomplished architect Thomas W. Lamb. In 2004, the theater underwent a restoration project that returned it to its original appearance. It currently hosts many different performances, including international orchestras, comedy, dance, rock, Broadway, family events and more. The State Theatre is a not-for-profit presenting hall, contributing annually to New Jersey's $45 million performing arts tourism industry, which attracts more than 200,000 patrons as well as 30,000 students and teachers who attend annually for school performances. Over the years, the State Theatre has hosted some of the most famous musicians and acts, including Harry Connick Jr., Ringo Starr and David Copperfield. At the State Theatre you can find Broadway Season tickets, and later on a room to stay in one of the many luxurious hotels located just right across the street. Grab your State Theatre tickets at StubHub.
What is the New Brunswick State Theatre's seating capacity?The theater has a seating capacity of 1,850 with wheelchair access on the Orchestra level. The theater consists of two levels: a lower orchestra level and an upper balcony level.
Is the State Theatre accessible by public transportation?Yes, you can access the theater from the NJ TRANSIT/Amtrak railway station by taking the Northeast Corridor line.
Is there on-site parking?The State Theatre doesn't have its own area for parking. However, it's possible to buy a parking voucher for $13 that enables patrons to park in any of the nearby garages. Be sure to come early as there can sometimes be traffic before events.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings in the area?State Theatre events have many accessible restaurants and hotels in the vicinity, many of which can be found on the venue's website under the dining section. A few of the enticing options include Veganized, Due Mari, INC, and The Frog and The Peach.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?In the city of New Brunswick, you can find George Street Playhouse as well as many entertainment and sporting events at Rutgers University.
Should I call a sitter, or can I bring the young ones along?The theater hosts many events that are kid friendly, such as performances of Sesame Street Live!.
Is the State Theatre a wheelchair-friendly facility?The main floor is wheelchair accessible; however, the theater does not have an elevator up to the balcony level.
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