750 State Route 35 South
Middletown, NJ 07748
Phone: (732) 671-3400
Fax: (732) 671-3911
This entertainment center offers concerts by local choirs, dance performances, musical concerts, seasonal light shows, and much more, to the region in and around Middletown.
This chorus offers a variety of vocal concerts that also feature top quality musical accompaniment.
Home to one of the most prestigious theater companies in the country, the Two River Theater was built in 2005 to accommodate the theater company’s growing popularity. This venue comprises two theaters, appointed with state-of-the-art technology, a lobby, an outdoor plaza, and a lounge, which can all be rented for a range of events. So, do pay a visit to this theater and discover why the theater company has earned such respect and admiration in the theater circles. See the website or call for more information.
Clearview's Red Bank Theatre is an intimate movie establishment.
The Count Basie Theatre is famous for its film and music festivals that draw massive crowds every year. It is located on the Red Bank that has many stores, hotels, restaurants, and shops. It is dubbed as 'the walking town' for the delights it has on offer. Spend as entire day enjoying the sights and sounds and indulging in some shopping. Later in the evening catch a show at the Count Basie Theatre and end your day on a perfect note. For event details and schedules check website.
A branch of the Community YMCA, the Children
The Art Alliance of Monmouth County is "the premier Central New Jersey showcase organization for traditional and non-traditional art, including sculpture, painting, drawing, fiber, photography, collage and digital art."
The First Avenue Playhouse features dessert and dinner theatre.
PNC Bank Arts Center is considered as the ultimate rock platform by performers and fans alike. The legendary metal rockers Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden have played here to packed and highly strung audiences; check out the website for the upcoming concerts!
Completely different from modern casinos, the Water Witch Clubhouse and Casino was a social gathering spot where the rich and affluent met. Included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1990, this historical landmark can be rented for weddings and other events.
Opened in 1870, Monmouth Park is a popular thoroughbred horse racetrack. It was the brainchild of Amos Robbins, John F. Chamberlain and John Hoey. It has a turbulent past and was closed and unused for nearly 60 years. Thankfully, the restored racing arena has several dining options such as Salvator Bar & Grill and The Lady's Secret Cafe. It also features a club house and a gift shop.
This theatre presents a great variety of performing arts events and productions throughout the year.