Welcome back kids! Just in time for Father’s Day, we’re showing Daddy Day Care! As always, admission is free with a parent or guardian, so bring one of those with you! Doors open at 10 am and the show starts at 10:30 sharp!
“Chicago” is back for a second weekend of performances and the verdict is in…it’s a hit! Don’t miss your chance to see this incredible play! This is your opportunity to see Broadway quality right here in Montgomery County. The King of Prussia Players are putting on masterful performances!
Get your tickets today!
And we want to make it as easy for you as possible to have a little fun! Enter the code ARTIST at Brown Paper Tickets from now until April 30th to knock $10 off your ticket price and see two shows for the price of one! Doogie Horner takes the stage on May 7 and Marc Staudenmaier takes the stage on May 14!
Many thanks to The Times Herald for continuing the Norristown Rising series and the roundtable discussions. We believe a community is only as strong as those who live within its boundaries, and participation is a key indicator of that strength. We look forward to hosting the next roundtable discussion and to seeing more Norristown residents coming out to participate. Thanks once again to the panel, which included
Norristown Municipal Administrator Crandall Jones, municipal planner Jayne Musoyne, County Commisisoners, Val Arkoosh and Joe Gale, Five Saints Distillery owner John George, Elmwood Park Zoo Executive Director Al Zone, Navitas and Greater Norristown Corp President Kevin Homer, and Greater Norristown NAACP President John Milligan
In our ongoing effort to bring residents of Montgomery County and beyond something a little different we present, “Off Broadway On Centre, A Cabaret” Please give a call and order a couple of tickets for the March 19 event today by calling 484-809-4216 and help support the growing arts community in the county seat. Shoot, you can just call with a donation if you’d like! This is a fundraiser for the theater as well. We’ve been very please with the support we’ve received so far and we hope the community is ready, willing and able to continue to contribute to ensure a lively arts community, which is so critical for the revitalization of Norristown. We have a few more surprises up our collective sleeves so stay tuned!
On display will be a 100-year-old uniform from Norristown’s first black police officer, along with a replica of the Rosetta Stone and a variety of other artifacts from organizer Howard Scott’s personal collection. Guest speakers, live music, door prizes and more will round out an incredible day celebrating the history of America.