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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, Theater

Mission: The Garage Theatre Group believes in the power of theatre as a tool for growth, understanding, and communication. Our aim is to use the process of theatre, as well as the product, to educate, inform, and connect the communi ty in which we live. The shows that comprise The Garage theatre Group season are challenging as well as entertaining, reflecting our belief that theatre is an open dialogue between the playwright, the performer, and the audience. At the conclusion of each Main Stage performance, a discussion with the cast, director, and audience is held. By doing so, we hope to inspire and create a new generation of artists, theatregoers, and patrons.

Geographic areas served: Northern New Jersey

Programs: To provide low cost theater events to the general public and to teach young adults about the theatrical experience

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Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

The Garage Theatre Group is celebrating 20 years!!!!!! That says it all in a nutshell!!!!

I have had the pleasure of attending sooooo many shows and one was better then the next.

So many kids then and now young adults,
have continued to be a part of this great Theatre group ,whether acting or even behind the scenes.

Michael Bias.... cudos to you!!!!!

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

The youth conservatory provides the creative outlet and exsposure to the arts that is missing in their daily routine. The opportunity for my children to perform in a play, learn what it takes to put on a full production and interact with kids form elementary to high school(- - and they all get along in one big group!) is so valuable. The middle school in my town doesn't even put on a play. Friends and family who come to see the shows can;t believe how professional they are. They don't expect a youth conservatory to be so polished!