Things To Do This Weekend!

Living Nativity at Middlebush Reformed Church

Middlebush Reformed Church
1 S Middlebush Rd,
Somerset, NJ 08873

Phone: 732-873-2776
Phone: (732)873-9236

Friday, Dec. 11 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 12 6:00 p.m.

Middlebush Reformed Church is presenting the sights and sounds of Christmas at its twelfth annual Living Nativity. The free event features the manger scene with costumed characters; live animals from nearby farms; and Christmas caroling. Refreshments will be served. The Living Nativity is free; donations are gratefully accepted. Price: free.

BAC Holiday Concert: "The Brothers in Harmony" Barber Shop Chorus

 Woodbridge Middle School
525 Barron Ave,
Woodbridge, NJ 07095

Theater Phone: 732-726-5730
Phone: 732-634-0413
Fax: 732-634-8633Friday, Dec. 11 7:30 p.m.

Ticket Pricing: FREE Admission. No Reservations Needed.Men's barbershop chorus "Brothers in Harmony" will perform traditional standards and holiday favorites! Free.

Jersey Harmony Chorus

Griggstown Reformed Church
1065 Canal Road, Princeton,
New Jersey 08540

Phone: 908-359-3604
Phone: 732-236-6803

Friday, Dec. 11 7:30 p.m.

This year, Jersey Harmony Chorus is again offering the opportunity for women who love to sing to join them at rehearsals as their guests through the months of November and December. Several talented women have been regularly participating and have learned a selection of holiday music to be performed with the chorus at their ?Hear the Jingle? show.

Monkey Monkey Music

Somerville Public Library
35 W End Ave,
Somerville, NJ 08876

Phone: 908-725-1336

Saturday, Dec. 12 12:30 p.m.

Appropriate for children ages 4 and older with a caregiver. Play air guitar, jump high, go 'innie' and 'outie,' count the odds, pop the bubbles, and stroll in the garden with Monkey Monkey Music. Meredith LeVande's videos air on PBS stations in between favorite shows like Curious George and Sesame Street, and now you can participate in this high energy, and fun interactive show.

A Christmas Carol

McCarter Theatre
91 University Place,
Princeton, NJ

Phone: 732-249-1254

Now Through December 27
Tues-Thurs - 7:30pm
Fri - 7:30pm
Sat - 2pm & 7:30pm
Sun - 1pm & 5:30pm

Click Here For Tickets

This holiday season, celebrate McCarter’s critically-acclaimed production of A Christmas Carol one last time. After this December, we will be renewing the tradition by welcoming a reimagined version of Dickens’ immortal tale in 2016. Now’s the time—don’t miss this chance to bring your family and embrace the magic of the holiday season! Join Ebenezer Scrooge on a transformative journey through past, present, and future as he discovers the true meaning of Christmas.

"Three Kings Day" presented by Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre


Jersey Shore Arts Center
Main Avenue & Main Street,
Ocean Grove, NJ 07756

Phone: 732-502-0050
Phone: 732-598-3979
Fax: 732-255-4079
Saturday, Dec. 12 7:00 p.m. - 

Ticket Pricing: Tickets, $20 general seating; $17 seniors; $14 students.Bring the entire family to experience firsthand the traditions of Spanish-speaking nations on their holiday of giving--Three Kings Day--with candy cane greetings from the Three Kings. Once the curtain opens, the celebration continues with sharing of traditional song and dance involving Matadors, Matriarchs, and twirling capes. Be captivated by performances of Gypsy Flamenco and folkloric dances from Spain and swirling dances from Mexico and Ecuador. Tickets, $20 general seating; $17 seniors; $14 students.To purchase tickets, call the Box Office at 732-502-0050 or visit on-line at

Old Jews Telling Jokes

George Street Playhouse
9 Livingston Ave,
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Phone: 732-846-2895
Phone: 732-246-7717
Dec. 2, 2015 - January 3, 2016

George Street Playhouse is pleased to welcome Old Jews Telling Jokes as a Guest Event. Guest Events are companies and/or individuals that rent our spaces and/or Box Office services for their productions. As such, Old Jews Telling Jokes is not a George Street Playhouse production.

Co-created by Peter Gethers and Daniel Okrent, Old Jews Telling Jokes showcases five actors in a revue that pays tribute to and reinvents classic jokes of the past and present. Think you’ve heard them all before?  Not this way. The show also features comic songs -- brand new and satisfyingly old – as well as tributes to some of the giants of the comedy world and to the brilliant raconteurs from, the website that inspired the show (see video playlist below). If you’ve ever had a mother, visited a doctor, or walked into a bar with a priest, a rabbi and a frog...Old Jews Telling Jokes will sit in the dark, give you a second opinion, and ask you where you got that.

The show the New York Times called “hilarious...magnificent, enduring rhythm of Jewish humor” promises to be an outrageous evening of one-liners, double-entendres and hysterical routines sure to triple you over with laughter! Like rye bread, kosher pickles and bagels, this show is for everyone!