Dennis Flyer Theater, Camden County College, Blackwood, NJ
Take Route 42 South. Exit at the Blackwood/Clementon exit.
Turn right at the bottom of the exit ramp (onto Blackwood/ Clementon road).
Turn right at the first traffic light (onto Erial Road).
Follow Erial Road to the second traffic light and turn right (onto Little Gloucester Road).
Continue straight past the next traffic light. The college is on the right side.
From Route 295 (Northern Areas):
Take Route 295 South. Exit at Route 42 South.
Proceed exactly as above (From Philadelphia/Camden).
From Cherry Hill/ Voorhees/Marlton:
From Route 70, take Springdale Road south 9 miles (note that the road name changes to White Horse Road, Laurel Road, College Drive) until the traffic light at College Drive and Peter Cheeseman Road.
Turn left onto Peter Cheeseman Road; the college is on the right side.
From the South Jersey area:
Take Route 42 or the Black Horse Pike North.
Exit at the Route 168/Blackwood/Sicklerville exit.
Turn right at the bottom of the ramp.
Turn right at the first traffic light (onto Route 168 North).
Turn right at the first road (onto College Drive).
The entrance to the college is one mile down the road on the right side.
From the Atlantic City Expressway:
Exit the Expressway at Exit #44.
Stay in the right lane and take the first exit (Route 168/Blackwood/Sicklerville).
Proceed exactly as above (from South Jersey Area).
From the NJ Turnpike:
Take exit 3 and follow the ramp to southbound Route 168 (Blackwood/Atlantic City).
Remain southbound on Route 168 for 5 miles before turning left onto College Drive.
Turn right at the first traffic light onto Peter Cheeseman Road.
The Blackwood campus is on the right.
AT A GLANCE
Mainstage Center for the Arts, a member organization of the South Jersey Cultural Association, is a non-profit organization with programming made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, and by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts. This program is also made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey Cultural Trust.