531 Route 38 West, Maple Shade, NJ, US, 08052
- Phone: (856) 235-6400
- Fax: (856) 727-1027
Originally a floating festival of new American musicals, the Prince is now a permanent home to new work. New pieces by Laurie Anderson and Philip Glass, cabaret by Patti Lupone, a repertory film series, and the occasional visiting dance company make this converted movie theater an easy place to find something to do. Named for Harold Prince, the legendary Broadway director and a frequent visitor to the stage.
If you want to improve your bowling score at a hip teenage hangout, get over here. State-of-the-art lanes, pool tables, VIP lounge, and a scrumptious menu are some of the features. Chicken rolls, shrimps, skewered meats, pizzas, salads, sandwiches, desserts, and more, greet hungry players. You can book the place for a private celebration too.
This finger-snapping hip café is nestled just around the corner from the Bellevue Hotel and just a few blocks walk from the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau in Center City. It is a perfect stop for relaxing and enjoying live jazz six nights a week. Winner of two 'Best of Philly' awards, this is a serious jazz club featuring serious talent—the place jazz musicians go to hear jazz. It also serves an outstanding dinner menu which includes crab cakes and grilled ahi tuna.
Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts offers something for just about everyone in a wide variety of performing arts venues. This cultural area attracts audiences year round with venues like the Academy of Music, the Merriam Theater, Wilma Theater, and Regional Performing Arts Center. It encompasses both North and South Broad Street.
The Ballroom at Park Hyatt Philadelphia At the Bellevue is a fantastic location for social gatherings and recreational meetings. The higher-than-normal ceilings and the 30,000 square feet of space available gives a primeval feel to the whole event. The weddings that take place here symbolize utmost elegance and holding meetings and product launches in this ballroom have become a regular events.
This 1874-seater Merriam Theater, in the University of the Arts, showcases the the works of the Performance Arts department students of this college. The theater is part of the Theater League of Philadelphia which is committed to showcasing the finest talent in Philadelphia. Apart from student performances, several professional troupes and artists perform here regularly. More information on that is available on the website. Alternatively, you could call up the box office for ticket information.
The Philadelphia Racquet Club was built over in 1906. The historical club site stands stern and was constructed by noted architect Horace Trumbauer. It finely traces the Colonial Revival style of architecture. The club provides for squash, real tennis and racquets. The significant church site stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places. The club site is more famed due to the fact that it has held many international tournaments of real tennis, double squash and racquets.