Stockton University’s PAC is Still Going Strong

Michael DuBois and Viktoria Grimmy of the duo "The Great DuBois" (Saturday, Feb. 11).

Galloway, N.J. — Following a break after the holiday season, Stockton University’s Performing Arts Center (PAC) is opening its doors once again to the public for the spring of 2023. The main stage is booked from early February to the end of April and includes acts ranging from dance and aerial acrobatics to fun shows full of laughter and parodies. 

"The PAC has an amazing lineup of performances in the months ahead," said Anjanette Christy, the interim director of the PAC. "I am honored to play a role in bringing such talented and diverse artists to the Stockton PAC stage. From music, theater, comedy and more, I am confident that the remainder of the 2022-23 season will provide unforgettable experiences for our audiences.” 

The Tartan Terrors

Some of the acts taking the main stage this season include: 

  • The Great DuBois: Masters of Variety (Saturday, Feb. 11): A fast-paced, high-energy circus show for all ages, showcasing incredible feats of juggling, hula hoops, unicycles, aerials, circus stunts, contortion, magic and audience interaction all wrapped up in a blanket of comedy. Recently featured in Hugh Jackman’s hit movie, “The Greatest Showman,” The Great DuBois have amassed an impressive list of credits, including appearances in the Tony Award-winning “Pippin” on Broadway; “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”; “Late Night with David Letterman”; Britney Spears’ World Circus Tour; and the movie “Burlesque” to highlight just a few. The award-winning combination of Michael DuBois and Viktoria Grimmy have five generations of circus performing between them and have wowed crowds at countless shows all over the world. 
  • Tartan Terrors (Saturday, March 18): Tartan Terrors are their own Celtic invasion, mixing music with traditional folklore, dance and humor. The Terrors use their sonic blitz to underscore award-winning Step and Highland Dancers and internationally recognized comedic performers alike. The Tartan Terrors have performed on four different continents, in some of the most prestigious festivals, Highland Games and theaters in North America. Join the phenomenon of the Tartan Terrors and see why Celtic Beat Magazine hails them as “the heirs apparent to the (Celtic) mayhem.” 
  • NEWSical the Musical” (Friday, April 28): No one in the news is safe! “NEWSical The Musical,” the fifth longest-running off-Broadway musical and winner of the 2011 Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best Musical, is the always-changing musical comedy that features all the news that’s fit to spoof. Through hilarious sketches, songs, and parodies, “NEWSical” tackles everything from the highest office in the land to the lowest depths of reality. See why the Daily News calls it “The Daily Show set to music!” 

Other performances include: ODC/Dance (Friday, Feb. 3); The World-Famous Harlem Gospel Choir (Friday, Feb. 17); Frankie Negron (Friday, March 24); “Who Hijacked My Fairytale?” with Kelly Swanson (Saturday, March 25); Dan Tyminski Band (Friday, April 1); John Cassidy: Comedy, Magic & Really Weird Things with Balloons (Saturday, April 22); and The Brubeck Brothers Quartet (Friday, April 23). 

For more information on the season and how to purchase tickets, visit

-Story by Loukaia Taylor