East Brunswick Public Schools

Excellence in Academics, Athletics and the Arts

Excellence in Academics, Athletics and the Arts

In the Arts
  In The Arts
John Perillo, Supervisor of Arts Education
Carol Smith, Secretary

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  The artwork display in the Administration Public Meeting room at 760 Rt 18 features the best of the best. Each month a selection from each school is on display. If you want to see the artwork please call ahead to be sure the Meeting Room is not being used at the time you would like to visit. On exhibit through September is the “District Honors Display.” It includes two artworks chosen by each of the district’s art teachers.

 2016-2017 DISPLAY DATES
September 28 - October 14 
October 17 - November 4 
November 7 - November 25 
December 19 - January 13  
January 16 - February 3
February 6 - February 24 
February 27 - March 17  
March 20 - April 7 
April 17 - May 5 
May 8 - May 26
May 29 - June 16 
June 19 

It's Concert Season!
Winter Concert

All concerts begin at 7 PM




EBHS Tunes and Treats


Friday, February 3

District Choral Festival


Wednesday, February 8

EBHS Mid-Winter Orchestra Family Concert
Dr. Victor Valeski, who will be narrating the musical tale of Peter and the Wolf.


Monday, February 13


Theater Season Starts in February! 

First up CJHS-

CJHS Drama Churchill Junior High Drama Club 2017 presents: AntigoneAntigone

The Greek Tragedy by Sophocles on Feb. 23 & 24 @ 7 PM
$9 Students & $11 Adults

Would you give up your life for what you believe in?

 Antigone wants to obey the Gods and bury her brother but King Creon has forbid it. In the year 2050 after another world war people have lost faith except not Antigone. Will she die for what she believes in? What will King Creon do when he finds out his own niece disobeyed his law? Which will win King's Law or the Gods' Law?

 Come to the Churchill Cafetorium to find out. 

 The EBHS Drama Club Presents Peter PanPeter Pan
The beloved play by Sir J.M. Barrie told in musical form. Friday and Saturday, March 10 & 11 and March 17 & 18. @ 7 PM
There is also a  matinee on Sunday, March  12 @ 3 PM
Tickets are $14 for Adults and $7 for students and Seniors 
Buy tickets here
 Due to sell out performances for last year's production, reserved seating tickets are now on sale in advance online. Click on buy tickets picture.

Please note that you must know how many tickets you will need in order to reserve seating together. You will choose your dates, seat locations and pay via credit card (no convenience fees will be charged). Remaining tickets for each show will be available at the door using cash or credit card.

Box office is open by 6:30 PM 
Peter Pan tells the classic J.M. Barrie tale of a young boy who refuses to grow up. On a quest to find stories with which to entertain his young cohorts in Neverland -- an island refuge for “Lost Boys” -- Peter returns to the real world and meets Wendy, Michael, and John Darling. The Darling children accompany Peter back to the magical Neverland, where they learn to fly, get involved in all sorts of adventures, defeat the evil Captain Hook, and are changed forever. J.M. Barrie’s masterful story shines especially brightly with a rich score. A delightful musical featuring singing pirates, daring swordfights, and fantastical make-believe, Peter Pan is a story that is filled with magic, delight, and just a fairy dusting of heartbreak. Don't miss it!