Merlin Award WINNER
"Best International Family Entertainer"
Brad Ross is an award winning, international star illusionist
combining magic, illusion, theatrics, comedy, and fun into a totally family friendly experience that kids,
parents, and grandparents can all enjoy together. Together, families will take into their hearts and memories
an afternoon filled with high energy magic, world class illusions, hysterical comedy, and audience interaction,
guaranteeing an awesome show for kids & adults
alike. Appropriate for all ages.
Ask us about workshops available for All 'FAMILY FUN SERIES'
Brad Ross performance was originally scheduled for Nov.
3, 2012 and postponed to Jan. 20, 2013 / 2 PM due to storms.
Michael DuBois' show, The Solo Circus ,is a fast-paced, audience interactive variety show featuring an all-original
presentation of magic, juggling, mentalism, circus and sideshow Stunts all wrapped in a blanket of comedy! "I
fell in love with the circus when I was four at Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey," said DuBois.
In a career based on thrills, DuBois has had some of his own, including performing twice on Jay Leno's television
programs. Appropriate for all ages.
Performance as seen on NBC’s Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Arielist and Contortionist, Viktoria Grimmy
Workshops Available for All 'FAMILY FUN SERIES'
The Lion's Whiskers is a delightful musical adaptation of a traditional Ethiopian folktale featuring a charming
cast of human characters and favorite African animals! The show features a multitude of masks and puppets
ranging from three quarter life-sized to gigantic and is highlighted with shadow puppetry and original songs.
Appropriate for K-6th Grade.
The Centenary Stage Company has found its new home with construction the Carol and David Lackland Center (located at 715 Grand
Ave, Hackettstown), completed in August, 2010. With a 22,000-square-foot performance space, the facility is the most sophisticated
performing arts venues in northwest New Jersey. The center includes a new state-of-the-art 500-seat theatre (Sitnik Theater),
a black box theater (The Edith Bolte Kutz ’42 Theater), a dance studio, scene shop, a costume shop, green room and dressing
rooms. In addition to housing the theatre, the 68K square foot Lackland Center is home to a variety of cultural activity, and
including WNTI, the College's listener-supported public radio station, CCTV, Centenary's Comcast-licensed television studio,
and gallery space for visual artists.
Named in honor of Carol Burgess Lackland, A Centenary graduate (Class of 1954), and her husband, David A. Lackland, a Centenary
College Trustee, The David and Carol Lackland Center, has been designed to enrich student life and bring new cultural opportunities
to northwest New Jersey. ...more(including photos, progress reports, and 'Tour Lackland with Carl')
Lackland Center Seating
Sitnik Lower Level Seating Seats assigned on a best available basis.
Seating Seats assigned on a best available basis.