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Jim Brickman:
Share The Love

2/12 – 2/14 Tickets & Info

Watch With...Bruce Campbell presents Evil Dead

1/23 Tickets & Info

Jeff Daniels presented by NJPAC - Alive and Well ENOUGH

1/23 Tickets & Info

Standing in Solidarity

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NJPAC In Your Living Room

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We stand in solidarity with those who struggle for justice. We believe in equal rights for everyone, regardless of race, religion or background and celebrate the power of community to positively impact society. We know that, as Dr. King said, “the moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends towards justice.” Learn more about NJPAC’s social justice initiatives here.

New Jersey Performing Arts Center

We’re NJPAC, the anchor cultural institution for the city of Newark and the state of New Jersey. As a nonprofit arts organization, we enhance and transform lives every day. We delight audiences with world-class performances, nurture students through our education programs, and engage our community with free events and festivals across the city. Whoever you are, and wherever you’re from, you’ll find a creative home here.

NJPAC will resume its performances as soon as it is safe to do so. Until then, we invite you to visit NJPAC in Your Living Room, a curated collection of Arts Center performances, listings of upcoming live virtual events, content from our partners and much more. Click here.

Make An Impact

When you see a breathtaking performance, when you send a child to dance class, when you connect with your neighbors at a festival: Life feels richer. Community grows stronger. The world gets better. Your support allows NJPAC to transform the lives of children and adults in Newark and beyond.

Welcome, Faith!

We’re delighted to announce longtime board member Faith Taylor is Women@NJPAC’s incoming president.  Explore Faith’s life and career of service in this interview.

Take the stage – from your living room

From acting and writing poetry, to hip hop and jazz performance, NJPAC offers online workshops for young people ages 10 and up. Register today!

Justice in the classroom

Are Black children treated fairly in schools? Join us on February 15 for Educational Justice: American Promise, a film screening and panel discussion.

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