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Roxbury Arts Alliance Unveils Exciting 26th Theater Season with a Tribute to Billy Joel and a Divers

The Roxbury Arts Alliance is thrilled to announce the arrival of its 26th theater season, promising an extraordinary celebration of the performing arts. Welcoming both loyal patrons and newcomers, this season boasts an eclectic array of performances spanning diverse genres, inviting everyone to immerse themselves in the magic of live entertainment.

Kicking off the season with a resounding crescendo, the curtain rises on September 9th at 7:30 pm, featuring the opening concert "We May Be Right: Tribute to Billy Joel". This dynamic tribute concert pays homage to the legendary Billy Joel and sets the stage for an exceptional season filled with artistic brilliance. As we look ahead to another exciting year, we draw inspiration from the success of the RAA's past seasons, a testament to the enduring power of the performing arts in our community. Each month, 1-2 events await all audiences, from classic rock to big band, country hits to Motown, a hilarious comedy night, a captivating dance performance, two stage productions and more, this season offers a rich tapestry of entertainment.

Headlining acts to take the stage also include The Pushcart Players performing a family favorite, Peter & the Wolf on September 16th. This modern take on the classic musical tale is the perfect way to introduce children to theater, with its lively story about a young boy’s summer adventures alongside his animal friends. The fall musical The Drowsy Chaperone will run for 2 weekends beginning October 6th and spiritual intuitive Catherine McCall will close out the month with a unique event that will keep the audience on the edge of their seats.

The Roxbury Arts Alliance is committed to delivering unforgettable experiences that will resonate with patrons of all tastes and preferences. The 2023-24 theater season runs through May.

Tickets for these and other remarkable events are currently available for purchase on Ticketleap, as the Roxbury Arts Alliance eagerly awaits the launch of its new website. You can view full performance details and secure your seats online at Limited tickets may be available for sale at the box office on the day of the performance.

As the season unfolds, additional events and VIP experiences may be added to the schedule, further enriching an already diverse lineup. Jean Potters, President of the Roxbury Arts Alliance expresses her gratitude. “We’re proud to offer the community the opportunity to see quality affordable shows right here in Roxbury. We plan to continue bringing people together to connect through the arts, as we know that the arts have the power to heal.” The RAA will take part in two events this month that will provide community members with an opportunity to learn more about the organization. Visit group representatives at their table at Olde Suckasunny Day on Saturday, September 9th. This annual fair is held in front of the Roxbury Library, Methodist and First Presbyterian Churches on Main Street in Succasunna from 10am to 3pm.

Then, find out how fulfilling it can be to volunteer with the RAA during their volunteer open house on Saturday, September 16th at 9:30am. Meet Volunteer Coordinator, Joanne May, along with other volunteers and members to learn more about how you can help the organization achieve its mission within the community. This event is located at the Senior Center in the Roxbury Municipal Building within the Horseshoe Lake Complex at 72 Eyland Avenue in Succasunna. For questions about these events, email

Join Us! Bring the arts to life in Roxbury and the surrounding communities as we embark on our 26th theater season. Let us celebrate creativity, talent, and the joy of live performances together! Visit our ticketing site at for upcoming performance information, follow us on Facebook and Instagram @RoxburyArtsAlliance, or call us 973-945-0824.

About Roxbury Arts Alliance: The Roxbury Arts Alliance is a volunteer group, dedicated to promoting the arts and cultural experiences to the local community since 1997. We are a 501(c)3 organization that relies on private and public donations and grants for all programming and theater upkeep.


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