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Not-So-Silent Silent Auction II
The Not-So-Silent Silent Auction RETURNS! The Shakespeare Theatre's silent auction has always been full of hidden gems and eclectic finds, from fine art to one-of-a-kind objects to unique experiences! We launched our first Not-So-Silent Silent Auction in November of 2020 and it was such a success that we're doing a spring version.
Like most arts organizations, we're feeling the ripple effects of COVID-19 and there's no question that the performing arts are being hit very hard. That being said, theatre folk are notoriously resourceful--even in the midst of a pandemic! We trust that our creativity and dedicated persistence will help us survive these dire times, but we can't do it alone! So as you browse and bid, remember that all proceeds from the Not-So-Silent Silent Auction II will help the Shakespeare Theatre emerge from the pandemic in good health!
Crayola IDEAworks at The Franklin Institute
Four Special Exhibition/General Admission Vouchers
Dine with Sid Gormley from BLUE BLOODS!
Family Portrait Experience
Online Drag Bingo Private Party for up to 25
This ain't your grandma's bingo!
St. Anthony and the Devil
Original Bernard Riley Oil
The Wee Bard Basket
Never Too Young for Shakespeare!
Titania's Bower by Alisa Korunow
A Handmade Quilt for a Midsummer's Night
Trust, 2nd Edition
Signed and Framed Joan Drew Serigraph Print
Virtual Concert With HAMILTON's Ryan Vasquez
One-Hour Concert and Q & A for up to 10 "Screens"
Williams Seylem 2018 Chardonnay
"Juicy, fresh and bright"
About THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY
The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey (STNJ) is one of the most respected classic theatre companies in the nation. Now in its 59th season, it is also the longest-running Shakespeare Theatre on the East Coast. STNJ’s mission and work are unique in the state, and our national reputation draws constituents from around the globe. STNJ benefits the citizens of New Jersey and the broader region artistically, educationally, culturally, and, in very concrete terms, economically; our economic impact in the region now exceeds $10.0 million annually. In a "normal" year, STNJ offers a full mainstage season at The F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theatre on the campus of Drew University, and a long-running production at The Outdoor Stage, a 500-seat stone amphitheatre on the campus of St. Elizabeth University nearby. Our production, administrative and educational programs all operate out of The Thomas H. Kean Theatre Factory in Florham Park.
In addition to its acclaimed performances, STNJ is committed to arts education, bringing quality Shakespeare and classic theatre education into schools across New Jersey and beyond. STNJ is also deeply dedicated to high-quality artist training, and to finding ways to engage young people in an art form that encourages collaboration; teaches patience, perseverance, and tolerance; provides a place of belonging, especially for kids who feel like outsiders; increases cultural awareness; creates a sense of pride and accomplishment; gives young people the valuable tool of language; gives students lacking a voice, a brave voice; and cultivates an environment that fosters creativity and brings kids comfort and joy.