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Upcoming Performances

Have Your Next Gig in a Real Theater!

Have Your Next Gig in a Real Theater!

The New Brunswick Cultural Center
has limited dates available in the

Crossroads Theatre

in the heart of New Brunswick.

Seating for 299
The stage is large enough for your band and a dance floor.
There is a large lobby area for a lecture or meeting.

We have our own liquor license.

If you need a real theater for your CD release party, or any other concert, please give us a call to discuss rental rates and terms, including cost estimates for the required Union Stage Crew.

2011 Rental Rates PDF
2011 Facility Usage Policy PDF

For additional Information please contact:

Tracey at the New Brunswick Cultural Center
732.729.0320 X 201

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It's Time to Pick Up Some Tickets! is about finding events, performances and exhibitions happening in downtown New Brunswick. New Brunswick is home to some of New Jersey's finest cultural offerings, whether it's a Broadway touring company at the historic State Theatre, a moving drama at the George Street Playhouse, the latest choreography from NJ's premiere dance company American Repertory Ballet, a soul-stirring performance at the Tony-Award Winning Crossroads Theatre, or the latest exhibit at the Zimmerli Art Museum, this is the place to find it. is a service of the New Brunswick Cultural Center, Inc. Funding for the New Brunswick Cultural Center, Inc. is provided in part by Johnson & Johnson and by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

The Arts Mean Business in New Brunswick

ImageArts & Economic Prosperity III: The Economic Impact of Nonprofit Arts and Cultural Organizations and Their Audiences in the City of New Brunswick, NJ

  • Total arts related economic activity is 36.5 million dollars
  • This spending generates over 16 million dollars in household income
  • This spending includes nearly 7 million dollars at local restaurants
  • This spending includes 3.3 million dollars in lodging and hotels
  • Arts related spending generates 2.6 million dollars in tax revenue at the local and State level.
  • Over 870 jobs are supported by arts spending
  • Nearly 550,000 people attend cultural events in New Brunswick, a city of only 50,000 residents
  • The average patron spends $29.29 above the cost of admission when they attend an event in New Brunswick.
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