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McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton

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Concert · Performance
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  • We have been to McCarter countless times Maybe once to see a show at the Berlind were we disappointed. We are looking forward to starting anew with a new director and a new lineup of shows and music.....  more
    We have been to McCarter countless times Maybe once to see a show at the Berlind were we disappointed. We are looking forward to starting anew with a new director and a new lineup of shows and music.....  more »
  • A beautiful theater where one can see the best variety of talent like Nutcracker, Baryshinikov, Ben Vereen, and Madame Butterfly. 
    A beautiful theater where one can see the best variety of talent like Nutcracker, Baryshinikov, Ben Vereen, and Madame Butterfly.  more »
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  • It is a small scale theater that I visited first time to see Seong-Jin Cho’s recital. It is located in a very convenient place where parking lots are free after 5 pm and the last station of NJ transit (Princeton). The staff was very polite and helpful. A staff guided me to my seat by herself, which I appreciated very much.
  • With the newish parking area across the street, it is so much easier to get there, park and enjoy a show. Everyone knows street parking in Princeton for an event is a nightmare. They almost always have something worthwhile and ticket prices are reasonable. My only complaints are the seats are not too comfortable, quite old I guess, and if you park in the garage, there a bit of walking and a steep hill or a high set of stairs to go up to get to the entrance. Unless you drop the person who needs assistance out front and then park, which for me, I'm not a fan of leaving the person alone, it's not the best accessibility. That being said, you can tell the theater co.pany puts a lot of time and effort into making an entertaining show.

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