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Berrie Center Calendar

Sat 18

Annual Les Paul Concert featuring Zoë Keating

February 18 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Sat 25

Rediscovering Community

February 25 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Mar 01

Rhinoceros

March 1 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Mar 02

Rhinoceros

March 2 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Mar 03

Rhinoceros

March 3 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Related Resources

Nov. 11
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Marisol

By Jose Rivera

Directed by Terra Vandergaw

There’s a war in heaven and things on Earth have gotten really bad. Coffee is extinct, food
tastes like salt, the moon hasn’t been seen for months, and credit card debt is a crime. After a
particularly harrowing commute home, Marisol Perez doesn’t know if she’s dead or alive.
Inspired by Milton’s Paradise Lost, Jose Rivera’s apocalyptic and prophetic urban fantasy has the angels in revolt against a senile god while our heroine attempts to save herself and her loved ones on her own. Winner of the 1993 Obie award, Marisol is a contemporary classic and call to wake up!

General Admission: $15  RCNJ Students: $5*

*ticket limits apply. In order to receive the RCNJ Student Discount, you MUST come to the Box Office to purchase your ticket. 

Content Warning: Not recommended for young children.

Marisol contains discussions and depictions of violent and traumatic moments including sexual assault, gun violence, warfare, attacks on the homeless, and stillbirth. Strong language, adult language, racial slurs, and radical religious themes are expressed. All moments of intimacy and/or violence in the production have been carefully created and choreographed by the fight choreographer/intimacy director and the director with the actors’ safety in mind and with their consent.

Click Here to Purchase Tickets

Nov. 12
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Marisol

By Jose Rivera

Directed by Terra Vandergaw

There’s a war in heaven and things on Earth have gotten really bad. Coffee is extinct, food
tastes like salt, the moon hasn’t been seen for months, and credit card debt is a crime. After a
particularly harrowing commute home, Marisol Perez doesn’t know if she’s dead or alive.
Inspired by Milton’s Paradise Lost, Jose Rivera’s apocalyptic and prophetic urban fantasy has the angels in revolt against a senile god while our heroine attempts to save herself and her loved ones on her own. Winner of the 1993 Obie award, Marisol is a contemporary classic and call to wake up!

General Admission: $15  RCNJ Students: $5*

*ticket limits apply. In order to receive the RCNJ Student Discount, you MUST come to the Box Office to purchase your ticket. 

Content Warning: Not recommended for young children.

Marisol contains discussions and depictions of violent and traumatic moments including sexual assault, gun violence, warfare, attacks on the homeless, and stillbirth. Strong language, adult language, racial slurs, and radical religious themes are expressed. All moments of intimacy and/or violence in the production have been carefully created and choreographed by the fight choreographer/intimacy director and the director with the actors’ safety in mind and with their consent.

Click Here to Purchase Tickets

Nov. 13
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Marisol

By Jose Rivera

Directed by Terra Vandergaw

There’s a war in heaven and things on Earth have gotten really bad. Coffee is extinct, food
tastes like salt, the moon hasn’t been seen for months, and credit card debt is a crime. After a
particularly harrowing commute home, Marisol Perez doesn’t know if she’s dead or alive.
Inspired by Milton’s Paradise Lost, Jose Rivera’s apocalyptic and prophetic urban fantasy has the angels in revolt against a senile god while our heroine attempts to save herself and her loved ones on her own. Winner of the 1993 Obie award, Marisol is a contemporary classic and call to wake up!

General Admission: $15  RCNJ Students: $5*

*ticket limits apply. In order to receive the RCNJ Student Discount, you MUST come to the Box Office to purchase your ticket. 

Content Warning: Not recommended for young children.

Marisol contains discussions and depictions of violent and traumatic moments including sexual assault, gun violence, warfare, attacks on the homeless, and stillbirth. Strong language, adult language, racial slurs, and radical religious themes are expressed. All moments of intimacy and/or violence in the production have been carefully created and choreographed by the fight choreographer/intimacy director and the director with the actors’ safety in mind and with their consent.

Click Here to Purchase Tickets

Nov. 16
06:30 pm - 08:00 pm

Mergers is a one-night only performance being presented in conjunction with the New Red Order (NRO) exhibition Give it Back: Stage Theory in the Kresge & Pascal Galleries from November 2- December 9.

Mergers will feature Kite, an Ogála Lakḣóta artist, composer, and academic for an evening that will interweave screenings of short films, supported by movements from a host of proxies, including accomplices Ashley Byler and Jeremy Pheiffer. The event converges around NRO and Kite’s shared inquiry into desires for indigeneity, and the persistence and permeation of these desires in myths, dreams and foundations of the so-called Americans.

New Red Order (NRO) is a public secret society collaborating with networks of self-described “informants” and “accomplices,” to interrogate individual and collective desires for indigeneity. Since 2014, the amorphous group has deployed elements of time-based media including video and sound, along with sculpture, installation, and performance in order to shift potential obstructions to Indigenous growth and create grounds for Indigenous futures.

The performance is free, open to the public, and does not require a ticket for admission.

Photo: New Red Order, Out of Step, In Place, 2021, screening-performance, Aupuni Space, Kaka’ako, O’ahu

Nov. 17
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Marisol

By Jose Rivera

Directed by Terra Vandergaw

There’s a war in heaven and things on Earth have gotten really bad. Coffee is extinct, food
tastes like salt, the moon hasn’t been seen for months, and credit card debt is a crime. After a
particularly harrowing commute home, Marisol Perez doesn’t know if she’s dead or alive.
Inspired by Milton’s Paradise Lost, Jose Rivera’s apocalyptic and prophetic urban fantasy has the angels in revolt against a senile god while our heroine attempts to save herself and her loved ones on her own. Winner of the 1993 Obie award, Marisol is a contemporary classic and call to wake up!

General Admission: $15  RCNJ Students: $5*

*ticket limits apply. In order to receive the RCNJ Student Discount, you MUST come to the Box Office to purchase your ticket. 

Content Warning: Not recommended for young children.

Marisol contains discussions and depictions of violent and traumatic moments including sexual assault, gun violence, warfare, attacks on the homeless, and stillbirth. Strong language, adult language, racial slurs, and radical religious themes are expressed. All moments of intimacy and/or violence in the production have been carefully created and choreographed by the fight choreographer/intimacy director and the director with the actors’ safety in mind and with their consent.

Click Here to Purchase Tickets

Nov. 18
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Marisol

By Jose Rivera

Directed by Terra Vandergaw

There’s a war in heaven and things on Earth have gotten really bad. Coffee is extinct, food
tastes like salt, the moon hasn’t been seen for months, and credit card debt is a crime. After a
particularly harrowing commute home, Marisol Perez doesn’t know if she’s dead or alive.
Inspired by Milton’s Paradise Lost, Jose Rivera’s apocalyptic and prophetic urban fantasy has the angels in revolt against a senile god while our heroine attempts to save herself and her loved ones on her own. Winner of the 1993 Obie award, Marisol is a contemporary classic and call to wake up!

General Admission: $15  RCNJ Students: $5*

*ticket limits apply. In order to receive the RCNJ Student Discount, you MUST come to the Box Office to purchase your ticket. 

Content Warning: Not recommended for young children.

Marisol contains discussions and depictions of violent and traumatic moments including sexual assault, gun violence, warfare, attacks on the homeless, and stillbirth. Strong language, adult language, racial slurs, and radical religious themes are expressed. All moments of intimacy and/or violence in the production have been carefully created and choreographed by the fight choreographer/intimacy director and the director with the actors’ safety in mind and with their consent.

Click Here to Purchase Tickets

Nov. 19
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Marisol

By Jose Rivera

Directed by Terra Vandergaw

There’s a war in heaven and things on Earth have gotten really bad. Coffee is extinct, food
tastes like salt, the moon hasn’t been seen for months, and credit card debt is a crime. After a
particularly harrowing commute home, Marisol Perez doesn’t know if she’s dead or alive.
Inspired by Milton’s Paradise Lost, Jose Rivera’s apocalyptic and prophetic urban fantasy has the angels in revolt against a senile god while our heroine attempts to save herself and her loved ones on her own. Winner of the 1993 Obie award, Marisol is a contemporary classic and call to wake up!

General Admission: $15  RCNJ Students: $5*

*ticket limits apply. In order to receive the RCNJ Student Discount, you MUST come to the Box Office to purchase your ticket. 

Content Warning: Not recommended for young children.

Marisol contains discussions and depictions of violent and traumatic moments including sexual assault, gun violence, warfare, attacks on the homeless, and stillbirth. Strong language, adult language, racial slurs, and radical religious themes are expressed. All moments of intimacy and/or violence in the production have been carefully created and choreographed by the fight choreographer/intimacy director and the director with the actors’ safety in mind and with their consent.

Click Here to Purchase Tickets

Nov. 20
12:00 am - 11:59 pm

Join the Ramapo Chorale, CantaNova, Skylark, Take 12, Gospel Chorus, Chamber Ensemble, and Digital Music Performance for their Thanksgiving Concert.

Time TBD. The concert will take place at the Church of the Assumption at 29 Jefferson Ave, Emerson, NJ 07630

Nov. 30
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Final concert for the Jazz Band, Concert Band, and Brazilian-Latin Percussion.

Concert will be located in BC-216.