And the show continues…
Music Mountain Theatre has spent the summer continuing its education of the arts through programming that is safe for everyone.
With events such as “park-in” movies and virtual concerts, we have adapted to provide the community with our entertainment and education.
Continuing this fall are park-in movies at the Theatre on Saturday nights.
With popular family-friendly titles weekly, the whole gang can enjoy a night out together safely.
Tickets can be purchased on our website and the cost is $25 per car.
The fall season the theatre will be presenting a variety of virtual plays and concerts to continue bringing entertainment to the community until we can reopen and welcome everyone back.
This year, the Theatre School at Music Mountain Theatre will conduct their fall semester virtually.
As a result, we will be expanding our curriculum to include new classes such as yoga and art and an after school program offering a fun break from schoolwork.
Performing arts classes range from Broadway cardio and triple threat to theatre dance styles for all ages and ability levels.
Whether students are training to become theatre professionals, or looking for opportunities to exercise, build self-confidence, or be creative, Music Mountain Theatre School embraces all aspirations.
Since the safety and wellbeing of our patrons, performers and staff is very important to us, we are installing an air filtration system throughout the building.
The theatre is equipped with sanitizer stations and many other safety precautions in preparation for reopening.
Music Mountain Theatre will continue to operate in ways that are safe and looks forward to opening up the Theatre when the situation allows. For more information on programs and services or to purchase tickets, visit our website at www.musicmountaintheatre.org or call 609-397-3337.
Music Mountain Theatre is located at 1483 Route 179 in Lambertville.