65 Geoffrey Drive
Newark, DE 19713
Phone: (302) 292-1500
Fax: (302) 292-8655
65 Geoffrey Drive, Newark, DE, US, 19713
- Phone: (302) 292-1500
- Fax: (302) 292-8655
Drop by Cinemark Movies 10 and enjoy a movie! Located at Eagleridge Shopping Center.
The First Ballet Theater is a professional dance company. Classical and contemporary dance is presented throughout Delaware and nearby states.
Resident Ensemble Players is Delaware's only resident professional acting company located on the University of Delaware campus in downtown Newark. They present a variety of classic and contemporary plays each season, September-May.
Offering 75 years of quality community theater. This is an all volunteer organization.
Members of the USA Hockey's Women Division, this organization welcomes girls and womens hockey players of all skill levels and ages. There is currently a team skating in the United Women's Ice Hockey League and Mid-Atlantic Women's Hockey. Their schedule runs from the end of October to March.
The REP consists of 10 Equity actors and an Equity Stage Manager who are contracted for a four year period of residency that commences with the beginning of each PTTP training cycle. The company is composed of some of America's most experienced and respected regional theatre actors and actresses as well as two members directly from the most recent PTTP graduating class. The PTTP is a nationally acclaimed graduate conservatory for acting, stage management and technical production, and admits only one class every four years. Students train and perform together for three years and in the fourth year the faculty selects a new class through nationally conducted auditions. A new professional acting company joins the University of Delaware
Numerous performing-arts programs throughout the academic year designed to showcase African-American culture and enhance ethnic awareness.
A pretty lounge swept in pleasant colors of blue beckon you inside this center. Bob Carpenter Sports or Convocation Center is a modern facility within the University of Delaware. Named after a former board trustee member, Bob Carpenter Jr. contributed a lot in athletics. This center provides the access to the sporty, fit and many other enthusiasts. Moreover, there are classrooms, training, weight and locker rooms too. With around five thousand seats this venue accommodates many for the shows hosted here. Visit the website for more details.
The city's official orchestra which performs numerous times at many different functions throughout the year.
Musical performances and play productions for the whole family are part of this yearly series of events at Mitchell Hall on the University of Delaware's Newark campus.
The Blue Rocks are a Class A professional baseball team in Wilmington and are the affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. Call or check web site for game schedules.
The Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts is one of the best art centers in the country. What used to be a railroad passenger-coach factory is now an art hub like no other. The facility has as many as 30 studios and seven galleries to display their work. They also have a lecture hall to study art while artists could visit the cyber cafe for references. The venue also conducts regular workshops and courses. Do contact them for more details.