phoenix open houseRED BANK, NJ – Phoenix Productions will hold a Newcomers’ Open House on Sunday, January 28th from 1pm to 3:30pm at the Phoenix Performing Arts Center in Red Bank. This event is open to anyone interested in learning more about Phoenix Productions, or for those who are interested in volunteering, performing, or working with Phoenix Productions.

The Open House will provide newcomers the opportunity to meet producers, directors, set designers, costume designers, performers, teaching artists and others who have found enjoyment and satisfaction in being part of the Phoenix family. No matter the skill level, experience or ability, Phoenix is committed to find a way for volunteers to help. With four main stage productions performed at the Count Basie Theatre, a dream of the Fuller Studio Theatre well on its way to becoming a reality, and a year-round educational programming, Phoenix offers many opportunities for newcomers interested in being part of the organization.

The Open House will be held at the Phoenix Performing Arts Center at 59 Chestnut Street in Red Bank (across from the Armory). Free parking is available and light refreshments will be served. Newcomers are welcome to drop by at any point during the event, or stay for the duration of the Open House. This event is free and open to all members of the community. For further questions, please feel free to call (732) 747-0014 or email [email protected].

Phoenix Productions is a non-profit theatre organization that has produced more than a hundred full-scale revivals of Broadway musicals since 1988. This year marks Phoenix’s 30th Anniversary – tickets for Phoenix’s celebratory 30th Anniversary Gala, Show Much More, at the Count Basie Theater are available by visiting  for For more information on Phoenix Productions or upcoming shows, please visit

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