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The mission of Kean Stage is to educate, entertain and challenge audiences by presenting professional programs of high quality that reflect the ethnic and cultural diversity of the central and northern New Jersey region. These programs extend and supplement the intellectual life of the classroom, increase opportunities for community and university interaction, and provide affordable access to the arts for New Jersey residents. The 2014-2015 Season will showcase world-class performances featuring international music selections with artists like Bobby McFerrin, Barbara Cook, Zap Mama, the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra and Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado de Mexico. Dance lovers will enjoy full-length version of Cinderella performed by the Russian National Ballet, the National Acrobats of China, New Jersey Ballet’s Romeo and Juliet and the New Jersey Fance Theater Ensemble’s The Nutcracker. Also returning this year is our International Film Series.
Make sure to check our events calendar to see what performances are coming up in the next month or visits keanstage.com for a full schedule of events!
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