|Address:||7 Livingston Ave, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, USA|
My three children went on a school trip to this theater and instead of being blessed by the rich and honorable story of Harriet Tubman, they walked away from an inundation of profanity and poor display of such a powerful time in history. The head teacher of my daughters school (which is a Christian school) was assured that this was an age-appropriate play. However, it appears that Crossroads has an agenda to sell tickets, disregarding integrity, morals and values. What were you thinking Crossroads, a young group of students from a Christian school would not be offended by the vulgarity displayed on your stage? Crossroads, you claim you did not know the content of this play.... really? Shame on you!! This is exactly what happens when you have no relationship with God... the wrong appears to be good and normal. May you seriously learn from this experience moving forward.
This is a nice intimate theater. There are no bad seats here. We saw a kids show and it was lots of fun. The place looked clean. They have a extra room for the kids to work off energy in before the show starts. Staff was friendly.
Its a wonderful place to see brand new material and plaus for black artist. Its also a great place for up and coming directors/playwrights/actors/theatre companys to start.
Been to one performance here and the experience was great!
excellent african american showcases.
The shows, the experience--great!
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The show Fishy Waters rocks!
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Love the shows.