5 Favorite Things In and Around Madison, NJ: July 27 - August 2

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Spotlight Kids Company presents Seussical!

Friday, July 27 @ 7 pm

Saturday, July 28 @ 3 & 7 pm

Sunday, July 29 @ 3 pm

Madison Community House

Join The Cat in the Hat, Horton, JoJo, The Whos and all the Seuss characters you know and love as they try to help a little dust speck survive in the jungle!!

Tickets: $5 for kids, $10 adults

Email: SKCTIX@gmail.com for tickets

 
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Downtown Concert Series @ METC

Friday, July 27 @ 6 pm

Pack a picnic, some chairs and the kids and head on down to Green Village Road and Main Street to check out the Barba Roja Latin Band!

FREE

www.metc.org

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National Professional Soccer League Playoffs

Saturday, July 27 @ 7:30 pm

Drew University

Come cheer on the FC Motown Celtics as they take on FCM Portland in this semi-final round!

www.npsl.com

 

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Lasermania

Wednesday, August 1st, 11 am & 1:30 pm

Morris Museum

A perfect, rockin’ family event. A Bickford favorite returns with pure laser fun set to contemporary, pop/rock music that is guaranteed to bring the house down.

https://morrismuseum.org/childrens-theatre%20/

 

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Beauty and the Beast

Thursday, August 2, 11:00AM* and 1:30PM

Morris Museum

Based on the original story by Madame Leprince De Beaumont, this production has all the magic and mystery that we have come to expect from this charming tale plus some new characters that add to the fun on stage.

To find the true love and heart of the Beast, the Beauty must see through his outward appearance. This story is presented by the Paper Moon Puppet Theatre of New Jersey.

*Sensory-Friendly performances are theater experiences in which the environment and typical “rules of attendance” have been relaxed to accommodate individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities and the families and professionals who support them.  These performances are made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Morris Museum Access-ABILITY project.