Concerts & Special Performances
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Please note that online ticketing is only available for certain performances.
“All Roads Lead to Naples”
Sunday, September 21, 3:00pm
A Journey of Neapolitan Music from its development of song to its glory of opera and back again to song. Accompanied by piano and mandolin, an authentic Neapolitan tenor as well as the finest NJ opera singers including some faces familiar to opera aficionados will allow the audience to truly feel the Italian within you, whether you are or just wish to be.
Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company “Homecoming to the Bickford Theatre!”
Sunday, October 26, 2:00pm
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 Theater.
$12.50 Students (18 & under or with valid college ID)
Pre-Concert Reception (includes admission to concert):
$35 General Public;
$22.50 Students (18 & under or with valid college ID)
Savor the silver screen’s greatest romantic melodrama, Flesh and the Devil, which launched Greta Garbo as one of the most mysterious, glamorous stars of the American screen, presented complete with LIVE symphonic score by Carl Davies. There will not be a single moment of silence as the NJFO musicians perform, with split-second timing and precision, Davies’ extraordinary soundtrack as the original classic silent movie is projected above the orchestra. Beethoven’s symphony No.7 rounds off the program.
$50 Premier seating
$30 Museum members
An Evening with Groucho
Saturday, November 8, 8:00pm and Sunday November 9, 2:00pm
Award-winning actor, Frank Ferrante, recreates his PBS, New York and London acclaimed portrayal of the legendary Groucho Marx in this two-act comedy full of the best Groucho one-liners, anecdotes and songs including “Hooray for Captain Spaulding,” and “Lydia, the Tattooed Lady.” Lots of audience interaction as Groucho ad-libs his way straight to their funny-bones.
$38 General Public