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Stockton Performing Arts Center

101 Vera King Farris Drive

The Stockton Performing Arts Center is part of the Richard Stockton State College of New Jersey. The Stockton Performing Arts Center seeks to provide audiences from across the region with the opportunity to experience a wide variety of cultural programming by professional touring companies of regional, national and international stature. By showcasing companies of artists whose established or emerging reputation within the areas of music, dance and theatre reflects the highest artistic standards, the Center is able to occupy a unique position among multidisciplinary organizations serving not only the southern New Jersey Shore Region but also the multi-state area of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and Delaware. The Center is committed to contributing to Richard Stockton State College’s educational mission and to engaging students in the performing arts and other disciplines to through its quality and diverse programming.


Brittany Ledger

Thursday, May 10, 2018
the productions here are top notch and very professional like broadway quality shows. The sound, orchestra, and lighting tie the show in nicely. the theater itself is kinda weird since you look down at the stage. for some reason if i avert my eyes in certain directions i feel dizzy. so it’s best to focus on one specific part of the stage.

Pamela York

Saturday, June 30, 2018
Wonderful auditorium. Great acoustics. Ample parking.

Russell Kelly

Saturday, April 28, 2018
Went to see Avenue Q. Fun show that was well presented. Theater is very nice

Lisa Sheldon

Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017
Simply beautiful. Love coming here every year to see The Atlantic City Ballet performance of The Nutcracker.

Eileen Harrigan

Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017
I was very disappointed with the seating they provided for handicaped patrons. I took my student to The Nutcracker ballet, it was her very 1st time at the ballet, she is 18. I paid for handicapped seating, what I got was two crappy folding chairs in the corner left stage with a railing at eye level while the rest of the audience was seated in roomy, comfortable chairs with unobscured views. We had to look under the railing to see the performer's entire body. With all the money that Stockton is throwing around these days you would think that they would be more intune to the needs and service of their disabled patrons. I plan on bringing this up to the Amricans With Disabilities Act and have them look into fixing this problem. Also a letter to your board. When i mentioned this to the usher his reply was " yeah those seats are really terrible."

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