March 8 – 24, 2024
Stephen Sondheim's Pulitzer Prize-winning Sunday in the Park with George blazes with color, light, and dance in this vivid reimagining of the beloved musical - starring Broadway favorites Graham Phillips (The Good Wife, Riverdale) and Talia Suskauer (from Broadway’s Wicked), Sunday in the Park with George begins at the Axelrod PAC on March 8 and runs through March 24.
April 20 at 8 pm
The Joni Project is quite simply the finest and most musically sophisticated tribute to Joni on the scene today. For this special show, The Joni Project celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the release of Court and Spark, performing the album in its entirety plus a selection of other Joni favorites.
April 27 at 8 pm
The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, and The Doors. These three iconic groups have changed the face of music as we know it. Their songs have become part of our history. Their melodies have moved people everywhere to “Come Together” in their love of music.
July 11 at 7:30 pm
The lives and careers of three iconic American singer/songwriters, James Taylor, Carly Simon, and Carole King, have always overlapped and intertwined — and their music continues to inspire generation after generation. Taylor Simon King (TSK) celebrates these musical icons with unique arrangements, fan favorites, deep cuts, and engaging storytelling with multimedia projections.
November 1 - 24, 2024
Sixty years since it debuted on Broadway, Fiddler on the Roof remains a worldwide phenomenon and one of the most celebrated musicals of all time, performed in no fewer than 16 languages in no fewer than 32 countries. The winner of nine Tony Awards, Fiddler retells the story of a Jewish family, holding strong to its traditions and faith in the face of changing times and the anti-Semitism of czarist Russia.
April 6 (7PM), April 7 (2PM)
Disney’s Moana Jr. is a 60-minute musical adaptation of the 2016 Disney animated film, bringing the adventures of Moana and her village of Motunui to life onstage. Moana Jr. features all the beloved songs from the film, written by Tony®, GRAMMY, Emmy, and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa’i, and Mark Mancina, including “How Far I’ll Go,” “Shiny,” and “You’re Welcome.”
May 31 – June 16, 2024
Evita is the smash pop opera about Eva Peron, a desperately driven woman who went from the streets of Buenos Aires to international celebrity to the highest levels of influence in Argentina. Both saint and a villain, Eva Peron rose from poverty to power and prosperity, and her passionate story is the stuff of the most energized dramatic musical of our time.
September 14 at 8 pm
THE BREAKERS are the country's premier Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers tribute band. Established to let the fans of the late great Tom Petty continue to enjoy the live experience of TP & the HB's. No other Tom Petty tribute band comes close to capturing the SOUND and emotions of Tom's songs quite like The Breakers.
Groups are invited to experience professional musicals, concerts, and other special events at the Axelrod Theater with no ticketing fees! We offer ample parking and buses are welcome.
Groups of 10 or more can reserve seating in advance by signing a contract and making a 20 percent deposit. This deposit is nonrefundable and will be applied to the final balance. Final payment is due 30 days prior to a performance. If full payment is not received 30 days prior to the performance, we will contact your group leader and the tickets will be released.
For additional information, call or email the box office at 732-531-9106 x 14 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dare I ask about theater etiquette?Emily Post could very well be seated two rows behind you, so let’s cover some basic etiquette for the theater. Audience members have to respect not only their fellow patrons who have also purchased tickets to see the show but also the performers on the stage. Remember: if it’s not a film, the actors can hear and see you! Theatergoers who talk during a performance will distract actors onstage as well as Ms. Post in Row C. Lights from cell phones are equally annoying and (most likely) unnecessary. Please turn off cell phones prior to all performances. If you’re a doctor on call, silence it. If—heaven help you—your cell phone rings in the theater, silence it immediately: do not answer it and say “I can’t talk right now, these people in the theater are staring at me!” If you think you’re going to need a cough drop or hard candy, please unwrap it before the performance. In the heightened silence of a dramatic moment, crinkling cellophane can disrupt the entire room. So, do your very best to not talk and to keep young (or young at heart) theatergoers quiet. If another patron is being disruptive, please seek out an usher to intervene. The house staff is available throughout the performance to assist patrons and to ensure that everyone enjoys the show.
What is the COVID Refund Policy?Axelrod PAC is currently offering ticket exchanges until 24 hours prior to showtime.
Is there a theater dress code?Patrons should dress neat casual: comfortable but tidy. Gala concerts are a bit more fancy, of course.
May I bring my toddler with me to the theater?The Axelrod PAC does not permit children under four years old in the theater (unless it’s a children’s show). Toddlers or infants may not sit on the laps of their parents.
Are there fees attached to purchasing tickets?There are Facility Fees per ticket and a Convenience Charge for Credit Card purchases via web, box office, or phone. There is no Convenience Charge for Check or Cash payments at the Box Office.
What should I do if I’ve misplaced my ticket or forgotten to print it out at home?The box office staff will be happy to reprint your ticket. Be sure to bring a valid photo ID.
Will the show be cancelled due to snow or bad weather?As the old adage says, “The show must go on!” The Axelrod PAC will do everything possible not to cancel performances. If you are fearful of weathering a storm to get to the show, call the box office prior to the show and arrange an exchange. Remember, exchanges after a show date are not possible.
What is the cost of a ticket?Ticket prices vary from show to show, though the Axelrod PAC works very hard to keep the price of tickets as low as possible. For comparable professional musical theater, the Axelrod PAC prices are significantly less than other NJ theatres. As with all things in life, prices are subject to change. During this period the APAC is offering full refunds/exchanges through the day of show.
What are the box office hours?APAC Box Office hours are M-F 10 am - 1 pm and 2 hours prior to all showtimes.
What is the exchange or refund policy of the theater?For patrons who cannot attend a show for which they’ve purchased tickets, exchanges are available for a future show credit. Exchanges must be arranged 24 hours prior to the performance for which patron has purchased tickets. No exchanges are granted after scheduled show date. There are no charges for exchanges. All sales are final. Ticket purchased cannot be refunded.
May I take photos or videos during a show?Photography and videography are strictly prohibited at all performances.