Too busy over the weekend to attend some eye catching events? That’s okay, because #HipNJ has everything you missed out on in our latest Weekend Recap!
Pioneer Productions presents Hair – The American Tribal Love Musical directed by Daniel Peter Vissers. The event took place on July 6-8, and will be shown again on July 13-15 at The George Fry Center for the Arts at the Fair Lawn Community Center. The shows themes of rebellion, activism and also speaking truth to power had the audience on their feet with empowerment and pride.
The Blueberry Bash festival enjoys a successful opening weekend! The event had over two acres of land for guests to pick to their own blueberries. Events for children were also available such as Tucker’s Tales Puppet Theater. In addition, tractor rides were available for people to travel the grounds and pick as many blueberries as they wanted.
This event had everything bacon that you could imagine. The event included Live Music, Craft Beer, Gourmet Food Trucks & Restaurants serving up bacon’s best, and Ice cold craft beers on tap. It also included Mini Pig Races on Saturday and Sunday,
Exit 82 Studios proudly announced the new studio venue opening in Toms River New Jersey! The brand new theater venue offered an immersive, intimate atmosphere. Doors opened on July 6th, 2018 with THE DROWSY CHAPERONE. The show had the audience full of laughter and featured one show-stopping song and dance number after another. Taking place in a New York City apartment, a man in a chair takes us through his favorite record: the cast recording of a fictitious 1928 musical.