Union County, NJ – Nationally renowned recording artist Ralph Covert brings the rock ‘n’ roll fun of his popular musical creationRalph’s World to the Union County Performing Arts Center for a special performance on Sunday, June 30 at 2:00 p.m., at 1601 Irving Street in the heart of the Rahway Arts District.
The show is part of the Union County Sensory Friendly Theater series, supported in part by the Freeholder Board.
Sensory Friendly Theater is especially designed for persons with autism and other sensory sensitivities, enabling them to enjoy the enriching experience of the performing arts with their families and care givers in a relaxed, judgment-free atmosphere.
To get more information or to purchase tickets, call the box office, 732-499-8226, or visit ucpac.org.
The non-profit Union County Performing Arts Center is housed in a historic former vaudeville palace. Originally saved by local preservationists, the building was purchased by Union County, fully restored to its original splendor, and updated with modern equipment including central air conditioning.
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