Located in downtown New Brunswick, State Theatre New Jersey is a magnificently renovated 1921 vaudeville palace that today serves as one of the nation’s premier centers for the performing arts. This elegant 1800-seat historic hall offers a world of entertainment including international orchestras, Broadway, pop, rock, comedy, family events, and much more. A proud member of the League of Historic American Theatres, the State Theatre is the state’s second largest not-for-profit presenting hall, hosting 200,000 patrons through more than 300 mainstage productions and educational programs each year. The roster of performers that have graced the State Theatre’s stage have included Diana Ross, Tony Bennett, Kevin Hart, Melissa Etheridge, Aretha Franklin, and Crosby, Stills & Nash.
WATCH OUR PBS DOCUMENTARY – TREASURES OF NEW JERSEY, STATE THEATRE NEW JERSEY!
State Theatre was honored to be the first theater featured in the NJTV public television series: Treasures of New Jersey. Treasures of New Jersey: State Theatre New Jersey spotlights the State Theatre’s history through archival photographs, film, and interviews with those who know it best. Watch the full episode of Treasures of New Jersey: State Theatre New Jersey at STNJ.org/history