Luna Stage
Don Braden in Concert, 2013. Brandon McCune, Piano; Joris Teepe, Bass; Cecil Brooks III, Drums.
Front: Don Braden, Saxophone, Flute, Alto flute.
(Photo Credit Christopher Drukker)

Driving and Parking

Driving Directions

Luna Stage is located at:
555 Valley Road, West Orange, NJ 07052

For assistance getting to the theater, please contact:
telephone: 973.395.5551

Map and Directions

By Car From Manhattan

  • Lincoln Tunnel to New Jersey
  • Continue onto NJ-495 W
  • Take the exit toward I-95 S
  • Keep left at the fork and merge onto I-95 S (partial toll road)
  • Take Exit 15W for I-280 toward Newark/Kearny (toll road)
  • Keep left at the fork to continue toward I-280W and merge onto 280W
  • Take Exit 10 toward West Orange/South Orange/Montclair
  • Turn right at Northfield Ave.
  • Take the first right onto Valley Road
  • Turn left at Rte. 508/Valley Road and continue to follow Valley Road
  • Destination will be on the right.

By Car From Montclair
(the old Luna at 695 W. Bloomfield Ave.)

  • Take Orange Road toward West Orange
  • At the fork, stay straight onto Harrison Avenue
  • Take Harrison Avenue to the end to Main Street
  • Left onto Main Street
  • Follow Main through West Orange
  • Past Edison Museum, past Town Hall
  • Turn right at Northfield and make an immediate left onto Valley Road
  • Turn left at Rte. 508/Valley Road and continue to follow Valley Road
  • Destination is on the right.


It is advisable that patrons arrive 30 minutes prior to curtain to allow time for parking and seat selection (come even earlier and visit our Context Room).

Street parking is available at no charge after 6pm and all day on Sundays directly in front of the building and on the side streets (Hazel Ave. and Mitchell St.) around 555 Valley Road.

If there is no parking available on the streets immediately surrounding the theatre, additional parking may be found on Freeman Street.

Upcoming Calendar

Apr. 13 - May. 13

A World Premiere by Andrew Rosendorf

April 30, 7:00 pm

Jazz Series
Featuring the Music of Earth, Wind and Fire and Stevie Wonder

May. 15 - May. 17

New Moon Reading Series