Mutts Gone Nuts

Galloway, N.J. – Nine of the world’s most talented four-legged performers will dance, prance and skip their way into the hearts of the audience at Stockton University’s Performing Arts Center at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 13. 

Some of the dogs that are part of the show
Mutts Gone Nuts promises a show that is an "action-packed comedy dog spectacular."

“Mutts Gone Nuts” is a show that takes dogs who were adopted from shelters and rescues and makes them superstars on the stage. The all-star lineup includes Feather, the Guinness world record holder for highest jumping canine; National Champion Frisbee dogs; a hilarious six-pound Pomeranian Pikachu mix; and a host of previously discarded dogs.

The dogs were trained with positive, force-free training methods by veteran comedy team Scott and Joan Houghton, who performed their duo act “Jessie & James" on a variety of stages from Tokyo to Las Vegas. In 2014, the Houghtons joined forces with some of the country’s top dog trainers, world-class comedian Jonathan Burns and eight adorable pound puppies to create an action-packed comedy dog spectacular. 

Ticket Information 

Tickets are $25 for the general public; $23 for senior citizens; $22 for Stockton University alumni; $18 for Stockton staff and faculty; $15 for children (12 and under); and $10 for Stockton students. Special pricing for groups of 10 or more people is also available.

Tickets also are available at the Stockton Performing Arts Center box office from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 90 minutes before showtime. Call 609-652-9000.

Dancers from the Capulli Mexican Dance Company
The Capulli Mexican Dance Company will host a show exploring the origins of Cinco De Mayo and why it is celebrated primarily in Puebla, Mexico, on April 26 in the Performing Arts Center.

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“Puebla: The Story of Cinco de Mayo” by the Calpulli Mexican Dance Company are made possible through the Mid Atlantic Tours program of Mid Atlantic Arts with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.