Until this October, George Street Playhouse will remain in our interim home at 103 College Farm Road, New Brunswick, NJ. This fall, we return to Livingston Avenue at The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center in downtown New Brunswick.
Accessing the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center at 11 Livingston Avenue in New Brunswick, NJ
For more information on attractions and points of interest in the area, please visit NewBrunswick.com.
Ample parking for theater events is conveniently located at several locations within a short walk to the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center and nearby restaurants. For information on parking in New Brunswick and to plan your visit, please visit the New Brunswick Parking Authority at www.NJNBPA.org.
Bayard Street Deck (Located adjacent to the NBPAC)
60 Bayard Street, New Brunswick
Morris Street Deck
70 New Street, New Brunswick
New Street Deck
134 New Street, New Brunswick Civic Square Deck (evenings only)
3 Kirkpatrick Street, New Brunswick Lower Church Street Deck
90 Church Street, New Brunswick
Follow Route 18 North to the New Street Exit (stay in the right lane for local New Brunswick exits). Take the exit ramp (New Street). Cross over Neilson Street, and then cross over George Street. At the traffic light at Livingston Ave, make a right, and the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center will be on your left-hand side (across the street from The Heldrich Hotel).
From the Garden State Parkway:
Take exit 129 to the New Jersey Turnpike South. Take exit 9 off the Turnpike to Route 18 North to New Brunswick and follow directions above.
From the New Jersey Turnpike:
Take exit 9 to Route 18 North towards New Brunswick and follow directions above.
Take Route 1 to Route 18 North. Take Route 18 North towards New Brunswick, following the directions above.
Take Route 27 North into downtown New Brunswick and go past the intersection of Route 27 and Easton Avenue, where the train station is located. At the next traffic light, turn right onto George Street. Proceed 4 blocks and turn right onto Livingston Avenue.
Using Route 27 South:
Take Route 27 South over the Raritan River Bridge. At the second traffic light turn left onto Neilson Street. Proceed 1 block to Church Street and turn right; at the intersection, turn left onto George Street. Go three more blocks and turn right onto Livingston Avenue.
Take Route 130 North to Route 1 North. Proceed about 2 miles to Route 18 North. Take Route 18 North, following the directions above.
Take exit 10 and bear right onto Easton Avenue (follow street signs for New Brunswick). Stay on Easton Avenue approxi-mately 5 miles until it comes to an end in downtown New Brunswick. Turn left onto Albany Street / Route 27 and make a right at the next traffic light onto George Street. Proceed 4 blocks and turn right onto Livingston Avenue.
Using Interstate 287 South:
Take Route 287 North to Route 1 South to Route 18 North towards New Brunswick, follow directions above.
Please support our dining partners.
Italian-American at its finest and great vintage cocktails, right next door
3 Livingston Avenue
Urban chic restaurant & bar located in The Heldrich Hotel & Conference Center, across the street.
10 Livingston Avenue
Creative food and drink. Casual, cozy and fun atmosphere. Open 7 days for lunch and dinner.
55 Paterson Street
Translated to “two seas” in Italian, Due Mari offers pan-Italian regional cuisine in the heart of New Brunswick.
78 Albany Street
Authentic Lebanese cuisine
45 Easton Avenue
122 N. Main Street
Milltown, NJ 08850
Panico’s Italian Restaurant
Fine Italian Cuisine. Since 1987, Panico’s has been impressing lovers of fine food and impeccable service in a warm and elegant atmosphere.
103 Church Street
Panico's Brick Oven Pizza
A more casual option, across the street from Panico’s Restaurant
94 Church Street
Stage Left Steak
Elegant and romantic dining, contemporary American cuisine. “This place is a must” (NJ Monthly).
5 Livingston Avenue
85 Church Street
The Frog and the Peach
Extraordinary American Cuisine. Group and Party Planning made easy. The most winning restaurant in New Jersey Monthly's Readers’ Poll history.
29 Dennis Street - at Hiram Square
New Brunswick’s Oldest Restaurant. All American cuisine. From prime rib and seafood to New Brunswick’s best burgers.
361 George Street
The Heldrich Hotel & Conference Center
Located directly across the street from the Playhouse, The Heldrich Hotel and Conference Center features cutting edge meeting and conference facilities, beautiful accommodations, exceptional service, flawless weddings, customized special events and outstanding guest amenities.
10 Livingston Avenue
Hyatt Regency New Brunswick
Offering the perfect combination of a downtown location and impeccable services, this premier New Brunswick hotel suits every need.
2 Albany Street