Cape May Stage’s 2021 Broadway Series is back and bigger than ever!

For the 2021 season, we are moving the Broadway Series to the Cape May Convention Hall and using their state-of-the-art audio equipment to present incredible performances.

Seating options:

Matinee:

Times Square General Admission – $50

Stadium style general admission seating

Evening performance:

*All tickets include an invitation to the after-party with the performer*

Broadway Table – $1,500

VIP table next to the stage
Seating for 6 with custom place markers
Comfortable cabaret style seating
One bottle of red wine and one bottle of white wine
Premium hors d’oeuvres
Advanced seating

Off-Broadway Table – $1,000

Seating for 6 with custom place markers
Comfortable cabaret style seating
One bottle of wine
Hors d’oeuvres
Advanced seating

Off-Off-Broadway – $750 for table, $85 for individual seat

Comfortable cabaret style seating
Advanced seating

Times Square General Admission – $50

Stadium style general admission seating

Rock n Radio

Monday, July 12 at the Cape May Convention Hall at 7:00 PM

From 54 Below to Cape May! Enjoy all the classics you grew up listening to on the radio. Featuring “Hey, Jude,” “Natural Woman,” “River Deep, Mountain High,” “Yesterday,” and more. Scott Coulter, Natalie Douglas and Blaine Alden Krauss bring their incredible show to Cape May for one night only!

Junior Mack Sings The Blues

Monday, July 26 at the Cape May Convention Hall at 7:00 PM

Exploring The Blues…. And The Soulful Truth…… A self-taught blues-rock musician and soulful vocalist, Junior Mack was influenced by countless blues, rock and gospel musicians and singers. He’s combined years of listening and learning into one unique style and a founding member of the Grammy Nominated Heritage Blues Orchestra. His style of music has been enthusiastically received by audiences within the United States, Europe and as far away as India. Junior has sat in or worked with numerous artists including The Allman Brothers Band, Warren Haynes, Derek Trucks, The Marshall Tucker Band, Honeyboy Edwards and Cyndi Lauper among others.

Karen Ziemba Live

Monday, August 2nd at the Cape May Convention Hall at 7:00 PM

Tony-winning actor-singer-dancer Karen Ziemba returns to Cape May Stage! Join one of Broadway’s most versatile and beloved performers as she performs Broadway Classics like never before. 

The New York Rat Pack

Monday, August 16 at the Cape May Convention Hall with 2 performances at 2:00 PM & 7:00 PM

Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Dean Martin made history when they teamed up in the 1960s to form one of the most famous groups of all time. Take a trip back through time to when The Rat Pack ruled New York with classics like: “That’s Amore;” “New York, New York;” “My Way;” “Mr. Bojangles;” and “One for My Baby,” among others. Jerry Costanza (Sinatra), Joe Perce (Martin), and Larry Hines (Davis, Jr.) are all award-winning impersonators who have made the NYC Rat Pack as timeless as their actual counterparts. Broadway veteran Louisa Bradshaw makes a special guest appearance as the unforgettable Marilyn Monroe, delivering flirtatious renditions of “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend,” “You’ve Got to Choose Me,” and other Marilyn Monroe Classics.

 

The New York Rat Pack reviews:

“The Performers not only sing with spot-on-voices, but their swagger, look, and banter are tops as they kid with a nimble, comedic dynamic”
– Associated Press

“Audiences will be entranced by not only the performers’ vocal interpretations, but also how perfectly they embody the Rat Pack’s soul and spirit.”
– Critic Rave

Broadway to Italy: Anthony Nunziata in Concert

Monday. September 13th at the Cape May Convention Hall at 7 PM

Dubbed ” America’s next romantic singing sensation,” celebrated tenor Anthony Nunziata is back by popular demand as he returns to Cape May with his ” Broadway to Italy” concert. Anthony will bring his soulful voice to classic Broadway songs, from jazz, pop standards, and his timeless original music. Get ready to be swept away by this young man’s warm and soaring tenor voice.