October 25, 2014
Your favorite comedians from MTVs top rated shows “Guy Code” and “Girl Code” perform stand up comedy, partake in a hilarious panel discussion on “Code” topics and take audience member questions. Featuring Nessa, Damien Lemon, Jamie Lee and Jon Gabrus. Mature themes. Parental discretion advised.
October 26, 2014
The Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company returns to its roots featuring its newest techno savvy tour de force, INTERIOR DESIGNS with excerpts of a crowd favorite, LOVE SUITE LOVE, to music by the inimitable Patsy Cline. The program is topped off with Doug Elkins’ eclectic ode to love, NARCOLEPTIC LOVERS. CDDC immerses the senses and thrills the spirit in a concert that honors those that launched the company over 30 years ago – Morris Arts and the Morris Museum. Spend an afternoon of amazing contemporary dance at the prestigious Bickford Theatre.
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Sunday, October 26, 2:00pm
Pre-Concert Reception – 12:30 (includes admission to concert):
$35 General Public
$22.50 Students (18 & under or with valid college ID)
Please note that online ticketing is only available for certain performances. Click HERE for more information or HERE to see the detailed flier.
October 27, 2014
This popular one-night only event kicks off Halloween week. This 90 minute delightfully bone-chilling evening is a ghoulish collage of dramatic readings from the classic canon of the macabre including Shakespeare, Poe and Lovecraft. “The stories come alive in front of an audience. We combine talented storytelling and haunting music to create a wonderfully spooky atmosphere,” says Director Brian Crowe.
Composer, musician and a prominent theremin player, John Hoge, will provide the music for this unique evening. The only instrument played without physical contact, the theremin is one of the first electronic instruments and became the iconic sound signature of hundreds of B horror movies in the first half of the 20th century. Now enjoying a resurgence, it is used by rock bands and symphonies. Hoge has performed with the NY Theremin Society, is the editor of ThereminWorld.com and can be heard on Spellbound, the internet radio theremin show. He has also composed music for and worked as sound designer for various theatres such as The Public Theater of NY, The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ and Indiana Repertory Theatre. For many years, he worked as an organist and conductor in NYC churches.
October 29, 2014
Examine old bottles from the Museum’s collection and learn what they can teach us about their contents, manufacturing methods, and the time from which they came. But don’t let their claims fool you – in a time of little regulation, what was labeled as a “cure” could have been a poison to the consumer.
October 31, 2014
Morristown native Lisa Romain (violin) is joined by pianist Suzana Bartal will perform Beethoven’s “Spring” Sonata in F Major, Op. 24, no. 5. Romain will offer comments on the piece.
Kemble portrays this beloved icon of American stage and screen, capturing Durante’s unique delivery of comedy and song. A Cavalcade of Costumed Crooners follows. Folk Project vocalists in costume will sing, accompanied by member musicians. Free parking.
November 1, 2014
Savor Flesh and The Devil (1926), the silver screen’s greatest romantic melodrama – which launched Greta Garbo as one of the most mysterious, glamorous stars of American film, presented complete with LIVE symphonic score composed by Carl Davies.
There will not be a single moment of silence as the NJFO musicians, under the baton of conductor David Wroe perform, with split second timing and precision, Davies’ extraordinary soundtrack as the original classic silent movie is projected above the orchestra.
Program will conclude with a Beethoven favorite: Symphony No. 7
Performances will take place on
- Saturday, November 1 at 7pm at The Presbyterian Church, Westfield and
- Sunday, November 2 at 3pm at the Bickford Theatre, Morris Museum, Morristown.
Tickets start st $26
For Westfield perofrmance, call (908) 232-9400
For Morristown perofrmance, call (973) 971-3706
Masterwork Camerata, the chamber ensemble of he Masterwork Chorus, presents “Grace, ” an intimate program of songs of adoration and love. A free will offering and light refreshments served.
November 2, 2014
The Veggies are super excited about their new TV Show! But which song is the silliest? Sing along with some of your favorite silly songs of all time and the Veggies will teach you some new songs too. This rollicking musical review of VeggieTales’ greatest hits is sure to delight families as our Veggies friends learn to consider each other’s feelings and wishes, and how to be a good friend at all times.
Two performances: 1:00 pm and 4:30 pm
Golden Circle comes with a post show meet and greet.
Wheelchair accessible, Assisted listening, Large Print
November 6, 2014
Make a Puppy Puppet an event for children and families