PNC Arts Alive Will Present Cape May Stage’s 2017 Broadway Series

CAPE MAY – Cape May Stage announced it is a recipient of a prestigious grant from the PNC Foundation through the PNC Arts Alive initiative to help fund the 2017 Broadway Series. This support will enable five stellar, Broadway-worthy performances to arrive at Cape May Stage and delight audiences.

This year’s line-up will feature five Broadway veterans that will light up your Monday nights. The Broadway Series will kick off on Monday, July 10, Monday, July 17, July 24, Monday, July 31 and finishing on Monday, August 14. All performances are scheduled for 8 p.m. and will include an after party at a local restaurant. Cape May Stage’s Broadway Series routinely plays to sellout crowds and is viewed as a summer highlight for visitors and locals alike.

Roy Steinberg, artistic director of Cape May Stage, says, “The Broadway Series introduces world class artist and broadens the experience of our visitors and community members of Cape May. Artist that normally appear at Feinstein’s/54 Below and the great concert halls of Europe share their artistry in the intimate venue that is Cape May Stage.”

“Through PNC Arts Alive, we continue to help invigorate local arts organizations while bringing new and exciting programs to our community,” said Joe Meterchick, PNC regional president for Philadelphia, Delaware and Southern New Jersey. “The creativity and collaboration demonstrated by the local arts community is evident in the programs that will be introduced, while enabling new visitors and residents alike to experience a diverse range of exhibits and performances.”

PNC Arts Alive is a multi-year, multi-million dollar initiative of the PNC Foundation, which receives its principal funding from The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. This prestigious grant was awarded to only 17 arts organizations in the Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey region for bold thinking around increasing arts access and engagement.

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