An example of the range of productions mounted by the theatre on its Mainstage can be seen in the list of shows from the 2006-07 season:
- Hamlet, by William Shakespeare, directed by PJ Paparelli.
- Noises Off, by Michael Frayn, directed by Keith Baxter.
- The world premiere of Raven Odyssey, by Ishmael C. Hope and PJ Paparelli, directed by Rubén Polendo. A dramatization of Alaska Native stories about the mythical figure of Raven.
- Macbeth, by Shakespeare, translated into the Tlingit language by Johnny Marks, conceived and directed by Anita Maynard-Losh. An Alaska Native-influenced production, performed by an all-Alaska Native cast, largely in the Tlingit language.
- "The Who's Tommy," music and lyrics by Pete Townshend, book by Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff, directed by PJ Paparelli.
- Equus, by Peter Shaffer, directed by PJ Paparelli.
From the 2007-08 Season:
- Yeast Nation, Music and Lyrics by Mark Hollmann, Lyrics and Book by Greg Kotis, directed by PJ Paparelli.
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Mainstage was apparently built,owned, and operated by a college student, Joe, and a bunch of his friends who dubbed as security guards, stage hands, snack chefs, and booking agents. The management was heavily criticized by the town counsel and police department for being so young. Joe the owner claimed they were jealous of the club's instant success. Additionally, Joe was personally criticized for his ignorance to towards the town officials and lack of cooperation with law enforcement.
Mainstage will best be remembered as the spot where NJ legends Folly played there last show for a crowd of over 1000. Guests reportedly came from up to 5 states away to see the epic conclusion to a Jersey veteran band's last curtain call.
In the end, Mainstage was shut down by the town due to an advertising violation. Regardless, Mainstage had the last laugh. Management reportedly went on to open several other venues, and artist management offices is Maplewood and Hoboken among others. It is also rumored that the Mainstage company bought a share in a Miami, FL nightclub co, explaining the title Mr. Miami that is under Joe's photo on the Maplewood facility (The Garden State Music Factory) MySpace page.
The company had a website - MAINSTAGENJ.COM which does not work anymore. Rumors constantly emerge about the company starting a new concert venue, studio, or something totally new. Their name sporadically appears on promotional fliers for some area bars, nightclubs and events.
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