closed or is no longer in operation.
The Palace Theatre is an impressive auditorium that sits at the corner of the Broadway at the Beach complex. This 63,900 square foot theatre seats 2,638 guests and is host to a variety of shows and entertainers throughout the year.
As you enter the lobby you will find a 7,000 square foot gold dome above you hung with crystal chandeliers and a sweeping, winged staircase leading to the mezzanine. In both the lobby and auditorium concessions are sold including, snacks, candy, drinks, beer and wine.
Within The Palace Theatre are two stages, the Main stage is an impressive proscenium stage with an apron and mezzanine and orchestra seating. There is also a smaller stage, the King’s Suite Showroom, that houses a more intimate stage and seating for 140 guests.
On the main stage there are three currently running shows. Celebrate the music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons at Hot Jersey Nights! Brought to life by four amazing male vocalists you will feel like you’ve stepped back in time with the sounds and costumes of another era. Sing along with some of your favorite songs like Sherry Baby, Big Girls Don’t Cry, Oh What a Night and more.
Christmas Wonderland provides fun for all ages during the holiday season. Enjoy beautifully sung Christmas songs, eye-catching costumes, skilled dancers and more in this wonderful show. Witness the worlds largest floating ice pond get lowered onto the Palace Theatre stage where two champion ice skaters perform to Christmas favorites. Experience this and much more at the Christmas Wonderland show.
Carnival of Magic features world-class illusionist Peter Gossamer and all the lights and sights that will keep you on the edge of your seat. With dancers, special effects, and elaborate staging the stage is set for the thrilling acts including America’s Got Talent finalists Mr. Christian Stoinev, Scooby the Dog, and the King BMX team.
Ticket prices and show schedule can be found on The Palace Theatre website. The theatre does not have an elevator but there is handicap accessible seating available. A sign-language interpreter is available for most shows. Ticket prices and the show schedule can be found on The Palace Theatre website or visiting the ticket office located inside the theatre.