(HACKETTSTOWN, NJ) -- Centenary Stage Company will close out their month long Fringe Festival with the Kvetches of 1932. This production will run November 14 to November 17 in the Edith Kutz Theatre on the campus of Centenary University. Kvetches of 1932 features songs and comic sketches from Yiddish and American vaudeville with miscellaneous related frou-frou.
You’ll laugh! You’ll cry! You'll krechtz! Understanding Yiddish helps... but it's just as funny without it. The production stars Yelena Shmulenson and Allen Lewis Rickman, the shtetl couple from the Coen brothers' A Serious Man, and Steve Sterner.
Performance times include: Thursday at 7:30pm, Friday at 8:00pm, Saturday at 8:00pm and Sunday at 2:00pm. Tickets on Thursday are $25.00 with a buy-one-get-one-free rush deal; $25.00 on Friday with a special $17.50 price for children and students; $27.50 on Saturday with a special $17.50 price for children and students, and $25.00 on Sunday with a special $15.00 price for children and students. Tickets are available online at centenarystageco.org or by calling the box office at (908) 979 – 0900.
The box office is open Monday through Friday from 1 – 5 PM and two hours prior to all performances. The Centenary Stage Company box office is located in the Lackland Performing Arts Center on the campus of Centenary University at 715 Grand Ave. Hackettstown, NJ. Centenary Stage Company can also be found across social media platforms; Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Like and follow us to receive the latest in CSC news and special offers.
The 2019-2020 season of performing arts events at the Centenary Stage Company is made possible through the generous support of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the NJ State Council on the Arts, the Shubert Foundation, the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation, the Sandra Kupperman Foundation, Zonta Morristown Chapter and CSC corporate sponsors, including Season Sponsor The House of the Good Shepard, Heath Village Retirement Community, Silver Sponsors Hackettstown Medical Center with Atlantic Health System, Home Instead Senior Care (Washington), and Fulton Bank, and Centenary Stage Company members and supporters.