1255 State Route 10 East
Whippany, NJ 07981
Phone: (973) 539-8350
Fax: (973) 539-9338
Salles de spectacles
A variety of plays and performances are offered each season at this theatre.
If the performing arts are your cup of tea, then some memorable evenings here are a guarantee. Located around 25 miles from New York City, this theater plays home to an array of performances. Whether it's classical concerts, contemporary music, comedies, dance shows or jazz that interest you, you are sure to find something worthwhile going down at this 1200-seater venue. A huge stage, excellent lighting, and the state-of-the-art sound system support some sensational performances. An arts school on the premises offers training in the field of musical theater for children from ages 5 to 18. Parking is available.
This theatre presents a variety of plays, productions, concerts, and other performing arts and entertainment events throughout the year.
Started in 1994, Jimmy's Haunt is a fabulous restaurant that moonlights as a club. The venue is great for parties, banquets and other events. But if you were wondering about the eerie name, the place is actually haunted. A long story of love and murder has welcomed beings from another realm. If you're squeamish, you should know that the venue is absolutely gorgeous. The catering here is great and although there have been some instances of hauntings, it's a very popular dining and party venue. Do make plans ahead for new year because this is literally the wildest place in town to celebrate.
All the latest and best in movie releases are screened at this cinema.
This symphony orchestra offers an exciting range of professional performances of Classical music, as well as educational programs, lectures, and more; the programs and performances are also handicapped accessible, with large print programs and assisted listening devices being offered.
This theater first took refuge in the ruins of a paper mill in 1934. Its founders Antoinette Scudder and Frank Carrington staged the first production—The Kingdom of God in 1938. Over the years a lot of classics, modern plays and operettas have been experimented with at this playhouse. A non-profit professional theater, it is visited by more than 425,000 people a year. Anne Hathaway (a conservatory alumna) and other well-known talents—Liza Minelli and Patrick Swayze—have strutted their stuff at the Paper Mill. The legacy and tradition continues, so come be a part of it.
This cozy club is sure to bring laughs with their shows. Although small, the comedians at the club manage to bring the audience together with a warm and funny show. Space is extremely limited, and purchasing tickets well in advance is advised.
Completed in 1939, Walsh Gymnasium is a multi-purpose facility in South Orange, New Jersey. With its capacity of 2600 seats, the arena is an excellent setting for various events and celebrations.
This group is dedicated to bringing the best in exceptional singing to New Jersey, and presents Light Opera, Operettas, Broadway Classics, Gershwin, Gilbert and Sullivan, and more in its top notch performances.
This musical outfit offers two bands: The Banjo Ragtimers Dixieland Jazz Band that consists of varying sizes, depending upon what is needed, from just one banjo player to a larger band that also includes trumpet, trombone, tuba, clarinet, drums and keyboard, and specializes in New Orleans style jazz, and the Jazz Syndicate, that presents a more sophisticated form of Jazz that is exemplified by Swing and Big Band music of the 1930s and 1940s.
This is the oldest male chorus in the state of New Jersey, which offers a number of vocal performances each season.