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Save with our 2014 Season Package! Purchase tickets to all three mainstage productions in our 10th Anniversary Season – Soldier’s Heart (July 10 -27), Janice Underwater (September 4 – 21), and At Liberty Hall (October 16 – 19) – by July 1st, and save $15!

* Season package prices: $30 Students/$40 Seniors & Kean Alumni/$60 Standard

or Call 908-737-SHOW (7469)

Soldier’s Heart
(New Jersey Premiere)

By Tammy Ryan; Directed by John Wooten

· July 10 – 27: Thursday, Friday & Saturday @ 8 pm;
  Saturday & Sunday @ 3 pm
  **Performance on Sunday, July 13 will take place at 6 pm**
· Zella Fry Theatre, Vaughn Eames Hall

$15 Students/$20 Seniors & Kean Alumni/$30 Standard.

or Call 908-737-SHOW (7469)

A devoted mother leaves her son behind to defend the country she loves. When her commanding officer becomes her assailant, she returns home to face her greatest test, bringing back more than she bargained for.

Janice Underwater
(Winner of the 2014 Premiere Stages Play Festival)

By Tom Matthew Wolfe; Directed by Jade King Carroll

· September 4 – 21: Thursday, Friday & Saturday @ 8 pm;
  Saturday & Sunday @ 3 pm
· Zella Fry Theatre, Vaughn Eames Hall

$15 Students/$20 Seniors & Kean Alumni/$30 Standard.

or Call 908-737-SHOW (7469)

Janice has a sneaking suspicion that she is losing her mind. While waiting for the results of genetic testing that could confirm her fears, Janice struggles to keep it together. With the help of an attractive super, a devoted brother and visions of the parents who went mad before her, will she find her way home?

At Liberty Hall
(2013-2014 Liberty Live Project)

By James Christy; Directed by Kel Haney

· October 16 – 19: Thursday @ 10:30 am (Student Matinee);
  Friday @ 3 pm & 8 pm; Saturday & Sunday @ 3 pm
· The 1882 Carriage House, Liberty Hall Museum
  (1003 Morris Avenue)

All tickets $15.

or Call 908-737-SHOW (7469)

At Liberty Hall
 follows two high school students who've just moved to New Jersey:  Cristian Rosario, a funny but unfocused teenager from Queens by way of the Dominican Republic; and Alexander Hamilton, 16, the subject of Cristian's 10th grade history project. This time-bending story finds common threads of humor, honor and awkwardness as told through the experiences of a someday-Founding Father and a kid looking for a way out of the projects.

A celebration of the 350th Anniversary of New Jersey and the Township of Elizabeth, Liberty Live is a unique partnership with the Liberty Hall Museum that celebrates New Jersey history with professional productions, tours of the museum, interactive displays, workshops for children and talk-backs with local historians. The event is part of Four Centuries in a Weekend.