January 11, 2017

Made in America Performance Series Debuts in Connecticut

The Autorino Center for the Arts and Humanities presents “The American Roots Festival”

It will be another sensational season of music, dance, and theater at the USJ’s Autorino Center for the Arts and Humanities. The American Roots Festival will entertain audiences of all ages with a series of uniquely American performances and workshops.

“At a time when Identity Politics has surged, we are thrilled to partner with artists of high caliber from across the country, who are working in aesthetics and content that are uniquely American,” says Autorino Center director Steven Raider-Ginsburg. “Each of these artists goes deep into what being American is as they display masterful crafts of dance, theater, and music.”

The American Roots Festival will include workshops and post show discussions. Forthcoming workshop information will be released on the University website.

All tickets are $25 for General Admission, $20 for Seniors/USJ Alumni/Let’s Go Arts, $15 for students. Parking is free of charge and ample on the campus.

For more information or to reach the box office, call 860.231.5555 or visit usj.edu/arts.