The Brook Arts Center in Bound Brook has announced an April 9 reopening, with socially distanced seating and other pandemic-appropriate safety precautions. A variety of music, comedy, family and film events are booked all the way through October, with a summer theater camp in August.
Here is the schedule; some shows have been rescheduled from previous, postponed dates. For information and updates, visit brookarts.org.
April 9: “Stand Up Comedy at the Brook” with Brian Scott McFadden, Adam Oliensis and Regina DiCicco
April 10: We May Be Right, Billy Joel tribute featuring Karl Dietel
April 24: The Motor City Revue
May 1: Starman, David Bowie tribute
May 2: “Chicago” (1926 silent film, with live music played by organist Bernie Anderson)
May 8: Winslow, The Eagles tribute
May 9: Dominic Mantuano
May 23: Amani, “Blues, Ballads, Bossa and a Little Bit of Bop”
May 30: Closet Carpenters, The Carpenters tribute
June 5: Andy Gross (comedy, magic and ventriloquism)
June 6: The Johnny Maestro Tribute Band, Johnny Petillo
June 12: Sons of Skynyrd, Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute
June 19: Pump, Aerosmith tribute
July 16: “Stand Up Comedy at the Brook” with John Moses and Adam Oliensis
July 17: Gypsy, Stevie Nicks/Fleetwood Mac tribute
July 24: Diamonds of the Moon, Pink Floyd tribute
July 31: Rael, Genesis tribute
Aug. 2-20: Summer Theater Camp
Aug. 7: “Sarcasm Comedy Presents” Kevin Downey Jr. and Eric Potts, hosted by Steve Trevelise
Aug. 14: Bark at the Moon (Ozzy Osbourne/Black Sabbath tribute), Head Motör (Motörhead tribute)
Aug. 27: “Stand Up Comedy at the Brook” with Jessica Kirson, Adam Oliensis
Sept. 11: Black Cross Band, Southern rock tribute
Sept. 18: The Guthrie Brothers, Simon & Garfunkel tribute
Sept. 24: “Stand Up Comedy at the Brook” with Mike Vecchione
Sept. 25: The Royal Scam, Steely Dan tribute
Oct. 1: Moveable Feast
Oct. 9: “Sarcasm Comedy Presents” Uncle Floyd, Julia Scotti and Tom Mongelli, hosted by Steve Trevelise
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