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George Street Playhouse Announces 2022-2023 Season

New Jersey’s George Street Playhouse (David Saint, Artistic Director, Kelly Ryman, Managing Director) is delighted to welcome audiences back again this season to enjoy three exciting and thought-provoking plays, and two dazzling musical theatre events at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center. Artistic Director David Saint says about the season, “It’s time to come back! We have assembled a rich and diverse group of shows to entice our audiences to return to live theatre for entertaining and fulfilling celebrations of the human spirit.” Learn More

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George Street Playhouse Appoints Nadiyah S. Dorsey as new Director of Education

(NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ) -- George Street Playhouse (GSP) has reiterated its commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion at the organizational level and in its new educational programs, as the theatre recently announced the appointment of Nadiyah S. Dorsey as the new Director of Education. Learn More

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George Street Playhouse's 'A Walk on the Moon' Shooting For the Stars

This is one giant leap for George Street Playhouse. “A Walk on the Moon” is shaping up as a moon-shot of a production, considering the size of the cast, the artistry of the lighting and scenery, the newly crafted musical numbers and the stakes it’s playing to. The mission for producers Ruth and Stephen Hendel, Tony-nominated director Sheryl Kaller, and the cast and crew is to take the not-so-small step from the Elizabeth Ross Johnson Theatre stage at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center to Broadway. Learn More

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Photos: First Look at Jackie Burns, Jonah Platt & More in A WALK ON THE MOON Rehearsals

George Street Playhouse shared photos today from the first rehearsal for the East Coast premiere of the new musical A Walk on the Moon, which begins preview performances April 26 and opens May 6 at The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, only a short train ride from New York City. Thumbnail photo by Bruce Glikas. Learn More