9/11: A Morristown Community Remembers

via Morristown Patch The best times are awaiting us. That was the message from Centro Biblico de New Jersey Pastor David Silva, one of several presenters at the Morristown Community-Wide Remembrance Event, held at 7 p.m. on Sept. 11 at The Community Theatre. "Today, we know we're still in the process of healing," he said… Continue reading 9/11: A Morristown Community Remembers

NY Film Critics Series Announces 2011 Fall Season in Morristown

via WebWire - Morristown, NJ. (August, 2011) – After a successful 18 plus year run in Secaucus, Clifton and Paramus, the organizers of NJ's NY Film Critics Series, are excited to announce that their upcoming 2011 Fall Season will now be offered for another exciting year at their second location. The Series will be held… Continue reading NY Film Critics Series Announces 2011 Fall Season in Morristown

Audition Alert!

via By Anthony Stoeckert at Morristown Patch Ever been bitten by the theater bug? The folks who take part in local community theaters can tell you—it's an addictive hobby. You make great friends, get to flex your artistic muscles and develop talents you never knew you had. If that sounds appealing, check out the On… Continue reading Audition Alert!

Marie Osmond to perform at The Community Theatre

via Morristown Patch   Marie Osmond, known for being a little bit country and a little bit rock-n-roll, will prove she’s all that and more when she brings her “eclectic, evening with”-style show to the Mayo Performing Arts Center at The Community Theatre at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 24.  READ MORE >>>

Macculloch Hall in Morristown acquires pen and ink drawing by Thomas Nast

Via Independent Press This summer Macculloch Hall Historical Museum shares a recently acquired an original pen and ink drawing by the famous nineteenth century political cartoonist Thomas Nast. This seasonally topical piece, “Where Shall we go this Summer?”, was drawn by Nast in 1882. It was featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazar, whose title… Continue reading Macculloch Hall in Morristown acquires pen and ink drawing by Thomas Nast

Morristown presents free jazz and blues fest

via Independent Press MORRISTOWN — The Town of Morristown and Mayor Timothy Dougherty will host a free all-day concert on the Green Saturday, Aug. 20, noon-10 p.m. The festival features the Rusty Paul Band, the Duke Ellington Legacy Band, the Winard Harper Sextet, Baby Soda and the Jerry Vezza Quartet. “I am pleased that the… Continue reading Morristown presents free jazz and blues fest

Aztec Two-Step brings 40th-anniversary tour to Morristown

via The Daily Record   Written by Bill Nutt | For NJ Press Media They’ve never had a hit song. They’ve never won a Grammy. They’ve never been the subject of a popular movie. They’ve never even appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone. But against all odds, Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman — who record… Continue reading Aztec Two-Step brings 40th-anniversary tour to Morristown