Performing Arts in River Edge NJ
At Historic New Bridge Landing you can find distinctive Jersey-Dutch artifacts and architecture including three sandstone houses on fifteen acres in the heart of Bergen County.
The Steuben House was built in 1752 by the prosperous miller and river merchants Jan and Annetje (Ackerman) Zabriskie.
They fled the hotly contested area during the American Revolution. General George Washington headquartered here in September 1780 while 14
Plays first produced at the GTG are in development for off-Broadway productions, as well as regional productions across the United States.