Vanguard Theater Presents ‘Fright Nights’ Halloween Musical Revue in South Orange

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The following is from Vanguard Theater Company:

Vanguard Theater Company, a NJ based 501 (c) 3 arts organization, announced its newest production — “FRIGHT NIGHTS.” To be presented over Halloween weekend, Fright Nights promises to be an exciting musical revue with selections from Broadway’s most spine chilling musicals including Sweeney Todd, Carrie, Adams Family, Rocky Horror Picture Show,  Dracula, Phantom of the Opera and more.

Fright Nights will be held at Chez Dubois in South Orange, NJ. Tickets range from $25 – $45 and include performance, party, hors d’oeuvres, a live DJ, costume contest and much more.  The Friday night show is for those 21 and over. The Sunday afternoon performance is family friendly and appropriate for all ages. To purchase tickets or to learn more about the event, please visit

“Fright Nights is a weekend of performances and parties featuring musical acts from some of Broadway’s most spine tingling shows by some of our area’s most talented and diverse performers” says Vanguard Theater Company co-founder Janeece Freeman-Clark.  “Fright Night will be an exciting theatrical experience where, in addition to seeing amazing live theater in an unconventional space, patrons can come in costume to sing, dance and celebrate with a who’s who of professional artists, arts enthusiasts and arts lovers. This event will be one of the most diverse, most exciting and most colorful Halloween offerings in Northern New Jersey” says co-founder Daryl L. Stewart.

About Vanguard Theater Company: Vanguard Theater Company is committed to producing transformational theater and is dedicated to diversity, community engagement, education and professional artistic mentorship. Through dynamic storytelling, Vanguard produces works that reflect the various complexions of the 21st century artist and audience. Vanguard Theater Company is a registered 501 (c) 3 not for profit arts organization created by co-founders, Janeece Freeman-Clark and Daryl L. Stewart.

Performances October 28 and October 30

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