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2017 NJ Stage Award Winners!

originally published: 11/22/2017

2017 NJ Stage Award Winners!

The NJ Stage Awards were create to promote places to experience the arts throughout the state. Initial voting takes place October 1-14 when the public gets the chance to vote on the full list of nominees. From there we tally the votes and create 10 finalists per category, based on a mix of the public vote and NJ Stage staff picks.  The public then votes on the finalists for the final 2 weeks of October. 

Here are the 2017 winners:

Best Town For An Arts Night Out 

GOLD Morristown 

SILVER Asbury Park 

BRONZE Princeton



Best Place For Live Comedy 

GOLD Mayo Performing Arts Center 

SILVER Stress Factory Comedy Club 

BRONZE Catch A Rising Star



Best Place To View Art 

GOLD The Art School at Old Church 

SILVER Grounds For Sculpture

BRONZE Montclair Art Museum 





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Best Place To See Live Dance Performances 

GOLD Jersey Tap Fest 

SILVER Mayo Performing Arts Center 

BRONZE The Princeton Festival 



Best Film Festival 

GOLD Monmouth Film Festival 

SILVER Rahway International Film Festival 

BRONZE Teaneck International Film Festival



 

THEATRE

Best Place To See A World / NJ Premiere 


GOLD Crossroads Theatre 

SILVER Paper Mill Playhouse 

BRONZE (tie) George Street Playhouse / McCarter Theatre



Best Place To See A Touring Production 

GOLD State Theatre 

SILVER Mayo Performing Arts Center 

BRONZE Count Basie Theatre 



Best Place To See Non-Equity Theatre 

GOLD The Player’s Guild of Leonia 

SILVER Dragonfly Multicultural Arts Center 

BRONZE Chester Theatre Group



Best Place To See Children’s Theatre 

GOLD The Growing Stage 

SILVER State Theatre 

BRONZE Hoboken Children’s Theatre



 

MUSIC

Best Place To See A National Act 


GOLD Mayo Performing Arts Center 

SILVER PNC Bank Arts Center 

BRONZE Scottish Rite Auditorium



Best Place To See Emerging Artists 

GOLD The Stone Pony 

SILVER Maxwell’s Tavern 

BRONZE Crossroads



Best Coffeehouse or Non-Traditional Venue: 

GOLD D’s Soul Full Cafe 

SILVER Outpost In The Burbs 

BRONZE Old Franklin Schoolhouse



Best Place For Classical Music 

GOLD  NJPAC 

SILVER Mayo Performing Arts Center 

BRONZE Princeton Festival 



Best Annual Festival 

GOLD Elephant Talk Indie Music Festival 

SILVER Hoboken Arts and Music Festival 

BRONZE Groove In The Grove

"The beauty of these awards is that they are simply based on getting the word out via social media, email lists, or phone calls," explained Gary Wien, publisher of New Jersey Stage.  "Even the smallest organization can win.  So set your calendar for September and make sure your organization is on our radar and be sure to get out the vote in October!"

Thank you to everyone who voted.  Please check out these winners and explore new places to experience art in the Garden State.  The winners for 2016 and 2015 are online at New Jersey Stage's website.




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Event calendar
Thursday, Jun 20, 2019


MUSIC

RICK DAHROUGE @ The Saint, Asbury Park - 7:30pm

Dead & Company @ BB&T Pavilion, Camden - 7:00pm

Charlie Daniels Band, Travis Tritt, and The Cadillac Three @ PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel - 7:00pm

Jefferson Starship @ The Newton Theatre, Newton - 8:00pm


THEATRE

Heisenberg @ Cape May Stage, Cape May - 8:00pm

Voyager One @ New Jersey Repertory Company, Long Branch - 8:00pm

Musical | She Loves Me (The Princeton Festival) @ 185 Nassau St., Princeton, Princeton - 8:00pm

American Theater Group: The Bridges of Madison County @ South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC), South Orange - 7:30pm

The Boys in the Band (Original Version) @ Studio Playhouse Upper Montclair, Upper Montclair - 8:00pm







FILM

Crybaby Matinee: The Red Balloon & White Mane @ Hopewell Theater, Hopewell - 11:00am


LECTURE

An Evening With George Takei: Where No Story Has Gone Before @ State Theatre New Jersey, New Brunswick - 8:00pm


MISC

A Medium Gallery with Linda Shields @ Tim McLoones Supper Club, Asbury Park - 8:00pm

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