(NEWARK, NJ) -- New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) presents The Princess Bride: An Inconceivable Evening with Cary Elwes on Saturday, June 6, 2020 at 7:30pm. This is the ultimate event for fans of The Princess Bride. See the iconic film on the big screen, followed by a moderated conversation with actor Cary Elwes (the heroic Westley, of course!) led by Alex Biese.
Elwes will discuss your favorite scenes, reveal never-before-shared secrets and tell tales of on-set antics. A limited number of VIP packages are available and include the best seats in the house, a meet and greet with Cary Elwes and a signed copy of his best-selling book, As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride. New Jersey Stage spoke with Elwes about his book and the making of the legendary film in 2015. You can read that feature here.
Alex Biese has been writing about art, entertainment, culture and news on a local and national level for more than 15 years. A features reporter for the USA Today Network New Jersey with the Asbury Park Press, Alex’s work has appeared in USA Today, the Chicago Sun-Times, MTV.com and more. Alex was the co-host of the USA Today Network pop culture podcast “Fan Theory” for more than 200 episodes over four years.
NJPAC is located at One Center Street in Newark, New Jersey. It has the most diverse programming and audience of any performing arts center in the country, and is the artistic, cultural, educational and civic center of New Jersey – where great performances and events enhance and transform lives every day. NJPAC brings diverse communities together, providing access to all and showcasing the state’s and the world’s best artists while acting as a leading catalyst in the revitalization of its home city. Through its extensive Arts Education programs, NJPAC is shaping the next generation of artists and arts enthusiasts. NJPAC has attracted more than 9 million visitors (including over 1.7 million children and families) since opening its doors in 1997, and nurtures meaningful and lasting relationships with each of its constituents.