Red Bank RiverCenter holds open auditions for musicians and entertainers for popular summer program.

RED BANK, NJ – For the tenth year in a row, Red Bank’s summer music and performing arts series, StreetLife, will return to the sidewalks of Red Bank.

For the 2010 series, RiverCenter is inviting talented adults and teenagers (16 years and older) to audition for this summer’s program on Wednesday, March 31 at the Count Basie Theatre Rehearsal Studio, 99 Monmouth Street – 2nd Floor, Red Bank, from 6:00pm – 8:00pm. RiverCenter is seeking musicians and entertainers, such as mimes, clowns, magicians, jugglers, etc. to participate in the program.  Each performer is asked to bring 3-to-4 minutes of prepared material highlighting his or her skills, a biography and references, if available.

Nancy Adams, Executive Director for Red Bank RiverCenter says, “We are thrilled to be presenting this very successful program again this summer.  Many visitors come in to town on Saturday nights to see the performers and to enjoy a night out in Red Bank. We are proud to be able to offer a venue for the musicians and entertainers to perform. ”

StreetLife supports local artists while showing off Red Bank’s status as the cultural heart of the Monmouth County area. Introduced in 2001 by Red Bank RiverCenter, StreetLife officially begins June 65th and continues every Saturday night through August 28th.  This year, RiverCenter is working to bring extra StreetLife performances to the Red Bank Train Station, and all over the business district.  Current StreetLife sponsors include Monmouth County Arts Council, the Count Basie Theatre and Funk and Standard Variety Store located at 40 Broad Street, Red Bank.


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Artists will be selected by representatives from RiverCenter, Red Bank Visitors’ Center, Monmouth County Arts Council, and the Count Basie Theatre.

Red Bank RiverCenter is a self-funded, not-for-profit alliance of businesses, property owners, and residents working toward the economic vitality of the Red Bank Business District.       For more information, please visit

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