Forum Concert Series Begins In February

METUCHEN – Beginning next month, the Forum Theatre Arts Center in Metuchen will present a series of live performances in conjunction with Stagelight Electric Productions. The shows will include an evening with Suzanne Vega on Feb. 25, 2U – The World’s 2nd Best U2 Show on Feb. 17), Jefferson Starship’s 40th Anniversary show on March 31, Frontiers/A Journey Tribute on April 2,  THE British Invasion on April 16, and a soon-to-be-announced line up for the spring and summer.

“This is a new chapter for the theater,” says Peter Loewy, producing artistic director of The Forum. “No other venue in New Jersey offers the quality of entertainment at affordable prices that we do. We are a family friendly center in a small town where people can feel comfortable and safe attending our events.”


Loewy added, “The Forum is a gathering place for people to experience an array of cultural events within walking distance to some of the finest eateries in town.”

The Forum has long brought affordable, live entertainment, cultural events, critically acclaimed movies and children’s programming to its stage and screen. The theater is three blocks from the Metuchen New Jersey Transit train station and is accessible from most major highways in the state.

The Forum was built as a theater and vaudeville tryout house in 1928. At the height of its success, it was a thriving regional theater, presenting hundreds of American and world premieres with an emphasis on musical theater, as well as A-list concert events and children’s shows. The theatre re-opened in June 2009, newly committed to bringing high quality entertainment to its stage and providing opportunities for children to participate and learn through the art of theater.

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