Skip to main content

Virtual Tour

October 2018
Rob Tardik with Special Guest- Mark Sganga
Oct. 06
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Rob Tardik is an award-winning guitarist and recording artist performing contemporary jazz/world instrumental music. Rob charted multiple times on Billboard`s Contemporary Jazz Top 10, and was recently awarded the 2018 Established Solo Music Instrumental Mississauga Arts Award and the 2010 Canadian Smooth Jazz Guitarist of the year. Mark Sganga, 2009 International Fingerstyle Champion, is “one of the top guitarists in the New York area,” Brian Wilson, WOR-AM Radio.

TICKETS: $38/35/30. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $20.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

The Hot Sardines
Oct. 13
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Bandleader Evan Palazzo and lead singer Elizabeth Bougerol combine with the Sardine ensemble of powerhouse musicians – and their very own tap dancer to play “hot jazz” as it was in the era when live music was king…with a little glamour, a little grit and a lot of passion. While giving voice to the history- defining jazz of the 1920s, ‘30s and ‘40s, The Hot Sardines are making old sound new again and proving that joyful music can bring people together in a disconnected world.

TICKETS: $42/38/34. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $25.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

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

Anon(YMOUS) by Naomi Iizuka; Directed by Mary Ellen Allison

Anon(ymous) is a contemporary re-imagining of Homer’s Odyssey.

The play tracks a refugee named Anon who has escaped from his war-torn homeland and comes to America in the hope of finding his family. He must navigate through a chaotic, ever-changing landscape that brings him in contact with a wide variety of strangers–some kind, some dangerous and cruel. At a time when our country is wrestling with the issue of immigration reform, Anon(ymous) offers a provocative look at the topic in this compelling theatrical work by one of America’s finest playwrights. It is recommended for audiences over 10 years of age.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Chris Collins and Boulder Canyon- A Tribute to John Denver
Oct. 20
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Chris Collins and Boulder Canyon have toured the country together delighting audiences with their talent, warmth and humor. Hailed as one of the nation’s most exciting tribute bands, the award-winning artists present a tribute to the music and legacy of John Denver in a special concert event. With similarities between Chris’s and John’s voices, Collins brings to the stage the unmistakable enthusiasm that was a hallmark of a John Denver concert.

TICKETS: $40/35/28. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $18.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

Oct. 20
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Anon(YMOUS) by Naomi Iizuka; Directed by Mary Ellen Allison

Anon(ymous) is a contemporary re-imagining of Homer’s Odyssey.

The play tracks a refugee named Anon who has escaped from his war-torn homeland and comes to America in the hope of finding his family. He must navigate through a chaotic, ever-changing landscape that brings him in contact with a wide variety of strangers–some kind, some dangerous and cruel. At a time when our country is wrestling with the issue of immigration reform, Anon(ymous) offers a provocative look at the topic in this compelling theatrical work by one of America’s finest playwrights. It is recommended for audiences over 10 years of age.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Oct. 21
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Anon(YMOUS) by Naomi Iizuka; Directed by Mary Ellen Allison

Anon(ymous) is a contemporary re-imagining of Homer’s Odyssey.

The play tracks a refugee named Anon who has escaped from his war-torn homeland and comes to America in the hope of finding his family. He must navigate through a chaotic, ever-changing landscape that brings him in contact with a wide variety of strangers–some kind, some dangerous and cruel. At a time when our country is wrestling with the issue of immigration reform, Anon(ymous) offers a provocative look at the topic in this compelling theatrical work by one of America’s finest playwrights. It is recommended for audiences over 10 years of age.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Oct. 24
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Anon(YMOUS) by Naomi Iizuka; Directed by Mary Ellen Allison

Anon(ymous) is a contemporary re-imagining of Homer’s Odyssey.

The play tracks a refugee named Anon who has escaped from his war-torn homeland and comes to America in the hope of finding his family. He must navigate through a chaotic, ever-changing landscape that brings him in contact with a wide variety of strangers–some kind, some dangerous and cruel. At a time when our country is wrestling with the issue of immigration reform, Anon(ymous) offers a provocative look at the topic in this compelling theatrical work by one of America’s finest playwrights. It is recommended for audiences over 10 years of age.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Oct. 25
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Anon(YMOUS) by Naomi Iizuka; Directed by Mary Ellen Allison

Anon(ymous) is a contemporary re-imagining of Homer’s Odyssey.

The play tracks a refugee named Anon who has escaped from his war-torn homeland and comes to America in the hope of finding his family. He must navigate through a chaotic, ever-changing landscape that brings him in contact with a wide variety of strangers–some kind, some dangerous and cruel. At a time when our country is wrestling with the issue of immigration reform, Anon(ymous) offers a provocative look at the topic in this compelling theatrical work by one of America’s finest playwrights. It is recommended for audiences over 10 years of age.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Oct. 26
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Anon(YMOUS) by Naomi Iizuka; Directed by Mary Ellen Allison

Anon(ymous) is a contemporary re-imagining of Homer’s Odyssey.

The play tracks a refugee named Anon who has escaped from his war-torn homeland and comes to America in the hope of finding his family. He must navigate through a chaotic, ever-changing landscape that brings him in contact with a wide variety of strangers–some kind, some dangerous and cruel. At a time when our country is wrestling with the issue of immigration reform, Anon(ymous) offers a provocative look at the topic in this compelling theatrical work by one of America’s finest playwrights. It is recommended for audiences over 10 years of age.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Oct. 27
02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Anon(YMOUS) by Naomi Iizuka; Directed by Mary Ellen Allison

Anon(ymous) is a contemporary re-imagining of Homer’s Odyssey.

The play tracks a refugee named Anon who has escaped from his war-torn homeland and comes to America in the hope of finding his family. He must navigate through a chaotic, ever-changing landscape that brings him in contact with a wide variety of strangers–some kind, some dangerous and cruel. At a time when our country is wrestling with the issue of immigration reform, Anon(ymous) offers a provocative look at the topic in this compelling theatrical work by one of America’s finest playwrights. It is recommended for audiences over 10 years of age.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Oct. 27
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Anon(YMOUS) by Naomi Iizuka; Directed by Mary Ellen Allison

Anon(ymous) is a contemporary re-imagining of Homer’s Odyssey.

The play tracks a refugee named Anon who has escaped from his war-torn homeland and comes to America in the hope of finding his family. He must navigate through a chaotic, ever-changing landscape that brings him in contact with a wide variety of strangers–some kind, some dangerous and cruel. At a time when our country is wrestling with the issue of immigration reform, Anon(ymous) offers a provocative look at the topic in this compelling theatrical work by one of America’s finest playwrights. It is recommended for audiences over 10 years of age.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

November 2018
Nov. 09
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
A stage adaptation by Patrick Sandford; Directed by Megan Callahan

In this dreamlike yet faithful retelling of the classic tale, a desperate and grieving young scientist’s quest for recognition and contribution culminates in the loss of all those he loves most. An obsessed Dr. Victor Frankenstein rejects his very creation, and the Creature becomes deeply vindictive. Different from the Hollywood Frankenstein monster we have come to know so well, the Creature possesses emotions and longs for a human connection of his own. Don’t miss this story about the thrilling journey of a grieving and brilliant man who plays with the very laws of nature itself.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

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

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
A stage adaptation by Patrick Sandford; Directed by Megan Callahan

In this dreamlike yet faithful retelling of the classic tale, a desperate and grieving young scientist’s quest for recognition and contribution culminates in the loss of all those he loves most. An obsessed Dr. Victor Frankenstein rejects his very creation, and the Creature becomes deeply vindictive. Different from the Hollywood Frankenstein monster we have come to know so well, the Creature possesses emotions and longs for a human connection of his own. Don’t miss this story about the thrilling journey of a grieving and brilliant man who plays with the very laws of nature itself.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

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

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
A stage adaptation by Patrick Sandford; Directed by Megan Callahan

In this dreamlike yet faithful retelling of the classic tale, a desperate and grieving young scientist’s quest for recognition and contribution culminates in the loss of all those he loves most. An obsessed Dr. Victor Frankenstein rejects his very creation, and the Creature becomes deeply vindictive. Different from the Hollywood Frankenstein monster we have come to know so well, the Creature possesses emotions and longs for a human connection of his own. Don’t miss this story about the thrilling journey of a grieving and brilliant man who plays with the very laws of nature itself.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Nov. 15
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
A stage adaptation by Patrick Sandford; Directed by Megan Callahan

In this dreamlike yet faithful retelling of the classic tale, a desperate and grieving young scientist’s quest for recognition and contribution culminates in the loss of all those he loves most. An obsessed Dr. Victor Frankenstein rejects his very creation, and the Creature becomes deeply vindictive. Different from the Hollywood Frankenstein monster we have come to know so well, the Creature possesses emotions and longs for a human connection of his own. Don’t miss this story about the thrilling journey of a grieving and brilliant man who plays with the very laws of nature itself.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Nov. 16
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
A stage adaptation by Patrick Sandford; Directed by Megan Callahan

In this dreamlike yet faithful retelling of the classic tale, a desperate and grieving young scientist’s quest for recognition and contribution culminates in the loss of all those he loves most. An obsessed Dr. Victor Frankenstein rejects his very creation, and the Creature becomes deeply vindictive. Different from the Hollywood Frankenstein monster we have come to know so well, the Creature possesses emotions and longs for a human connection of his own. Don’t miss this story about the thrilling journey of a grieving and brilliant man who plays with the very laws of nature itself.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

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

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
A stage adaptation by Patrick Sandford; Directed by Megan Callahan

In this dreamlike yet faithful retelling of the classic tale, a desperate and grieving young scientist’s quest for recognition and contribution culminates in the loss of all those he loves most. An obsessed Dr. Victor Frankenstein rejects his very creation, and the Creature becomes deeply vindictive. Different from the Hollywood Frankenstein monster we have come to know so well, the Creature possesses emotions and longs for a human connection of his own. Don’t miss this story about the thrilling journey of a grieving and brilliant man who plays with the very laws of nature itself.

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

December 2018
Dec. 01
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Named after a haunting Bob Dylan song, Farewell Angelina is an all-female country group with four powerhouse vocalists, dynamic songwriters and amazing multi-instrumentalists. Their stellar blend of heart-stopping harmonies over blazing double violins and guitars has earned soaring praise across the board. Roughstock calls them a “Superstar Act… with Killer Songs.” Rolling Stone says, “Wickedly smart songwriting delivered with a healthy dash of sass… deft playing… into one sonic knockout punch.”

TICKETS: $45/40/35. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $30.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

Ramapo Chorale - NIGHT AND DAY
Dec. 02
04:00 pm - 05:00 pm

NIGHT AND DAY
MUSICAL JOYS FOR THE JOURNEY

Old Paramus Reformed Church, 660 East Glen Ave, Ridgewood, N.J.

Adults $10, Students $5

Dec. 08
04:00 pm - 06:00 pm

Eileen Ivers has established herself as the pre-eminent exponent of the Irish fiddle in the world today. Nine Time All-Ireland Fiddle Champion, Ivers and Immigrant Soul return to the Berrie Center to capture the spirit and magic of the season.

TICKETS: $35/32/25. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $18.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

Dec. 08
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Eileen Ivers has established herself as the pre-eminent exponent of the Irish fiddle in the world today. Nine Time All-Ireland Fiddle Champion, Ivers and Immigrant Soul return to the Berrie Center to capture the spirit and magic of the season.

TICKETS: $35/32/25. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $18.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

January 2019
Jan. 26
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Padraig Allen’s McLean Avenue Band performs a dazzling array of Irish music, song and dance. This multi-talented, charismatic crew, direct from Ireland, has audiences “of all ages” dancing in the aisles and singing their hearts out. Their interactive show “From Galway to Graceland” includes magic footwork, raucous fiddle, traditional Irish favorite songs, Celtic fairy tales and critically acclaimed rock and bluegrass originals.

The Irish Echo raves, “The group has mastered the art of blending the old and new, embracing the traditional while adding their own signature sound – a sound that screams fun.”

TICKETS: $35/32/25. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $18.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

Jan. 27
03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Master magician Bradley Fields has amazed and delighted audiences from Broadway to London’s West End. In this intimate, interactive afternoon of magic, Bradley brings his trademark comedy, characterization, and virtuosic sleight of hand to create an experience of pure wonder. Handkerchiefs come alive and bird cages melt into thin air! Rare card gems such as the “Phoenix Aces” make their appearance as does his famous “Dream of Riches.” Bradley’s show has been called “the most beautiful act in magic today.” Drawing inspiration from his vaudeville roots, he re-creates the “Barker” character that he originated in the Broadway musical, Barnum!

“Exceptionally funny! A virtuoso magician & illusionist.” – This Week in Las Vegas

“A spellbinder of a magician! Rarely have I seen magic with such grace and wit.” – Chicago Tribune

TICKETS: $35/32/25. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $18.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

Jan. 28
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Internationally acclaimed magician and educator, Bradley Fields, captivates students with his famous magic illusions, and turns them on to the history, the power, and the beauty of the language of math.

The show promotes math skills and problem-solving through visuals, history, language and world-class entertainment. For more than 20 years, teachers, math specialists and educators have given it their highest accolades.

Kids will travel back to ancient times to meet Imhotep the Magician, (whose secret was really math), Zeno (whose paradoxes inspired Newton) and, of course, Pythagoras and his famous theorem.

By integrating math concepts with vocabulary, geography, history, and everyday problem-solving, students of different interests, abilities and learning styles are able to relate to math in new ways.

Kids leave the theater enthralled, with a renewed sense of wonder, and the enthusiasm to discover the Magic of Math!

Since 1987, MatheMagic!(R) has been seen by more than two million kids in schools and performing arts centers nationwide.

Grades: 4-8. Links: Math, vocabulary, History, Problem-solving

Tickets $8. Please call 201.684.7202 to reserve space.

Jan. 28
11:45 am - 01:00 pm

Internationally acclaimed magician and educator, Bradley Fields, captivates students with his famous magic illusions, and turns them on to the history, the power, and the beauty of the language of math.

The show promotes math skills and problem-solving through visuals, history, language and world-class entertainment. For more than 20 years, teachers, math specialists and educators have given it their highest accolades.

Kids will travel back to ancient times to meet Imhotep the Magician, (whose secret was really math), Zeno (whose paradoxes inspired Newton) and, of course, Pythagoras and his famous theorem.

By integrating math concepts with vocabulary, geography, history, and everyday problem-solving, students of different interests, abilities and learning styles are able to relate to math in new ways.

Kids leave the theater enthralled, with a renewed sense of wonder, and the enthusiasm to discover the Magic of Math!

Since 1987, MatheMagic!(R) has been seen by more than two million kids in schools and performing arts centers nationwide.

Grades: 4-8. Links: Math, vocabulary, History, Problem-solving

Tickets $8. Please call 201.684.7202 to reserve space.

February 2019
Feb. 09
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Franklin Turnpike is an accomplished local Mahwah, N.J.-based rock band, that boasts two Ramapo College alumni. They have performed in more than 1,500 shows in 14 states and have shared the stage with the likes of Hot Tuna, Commander Cody, Eddie Brigati of the Rascals, Johnny Farina, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Shannon McNally, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Frank Vignola, Levon Helm, and members of the Allman Brothers Band.

After the untimely passing of Tom Petty in the fall of 2017, Franklin Turnpike was asked to perform a tribute show in Allendale, N.J., to literally hundreds of adoring fans. The reception was so great that the band reprised the show in Mahwah, in the winter of 2018 and in Beach Haven, N.J., on Long Beach Island last summer.

Due to the overwhelming popular demand of this tribute show, Franklin Turnpike is embarking on a regional tour to bring the amazing legacy of Tom Petty to fans everywhere.

TICKETS: $30/27/24. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $18.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

Feb. 16
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Frisell’s career as a guitarist and composer has spanned more than 35 years and many celebrated recordings. Often hailed as one of the most distinctive and original improvising guitarists of our time, he has also earned a reputation for teasing out thematic connections with his music. He has drawn recent, long-form inspiration from the rural portrait photography of Mike Disfarmer and the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927.“There’s a reason that Jazz at Lincoln Center had him program a series called Roots of Americana for its coming season.” Nate Chinen – New York Times

TICKETS: $30/27/24.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

Feb. 22
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The 38th annual Black Maria Film and Video festival features award-winning international short films and animations from juried competitions, plus a discussion with Executive Director Jane Steuerwald.

TICKETS: $10. ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

Feb. 23
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

For the past 40 years, BeauSoleil has been making some of the most potent and popular Cajun music on the planet. Their distinctive sound derives from the distilled spirits of New Orleans jazz, blues rock, folk, swamp pop, Zydeco, country and bluegrass, captivating listeners from the Jazz and Heritage Festival in New Orleans, to Carnegie Hall, then all the way across the pond to Richard Thompson’s Meltdown Festival in England.

Tickets: $38/35/30. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $20.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

March 2019
Mar. 02
04:00 pm - 06:00 pm

For 30 years, Cherish the Ladies has proven to live up to their multiple critical accolades and has become one of the most engaging ensembles in the history of Irish music. Under the leadership of the dynamic and irrepressible Joanie Madden on flutes and whistles, recently named one of the top 25 most influential Irish Americans of the past quarter century, Cherish the Ladies has grown from a one-time concert concept to an Irish traditional music sensation and is the most successful and sought after Irish-American group in Celtic music.

TICKETS: $35/32/25. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $18.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

Mar. 02
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

For 30 years, Cherish the Ladies has proven to live up to their multiple critical accolades and has become one of the most engaging ensembles in the history of Irish music. Under the leadership of the dynamic and irrepressible Joanie Madden on flutes and whistles, recently named one of the top 25 most influential Irish Americans of the past quarter century, Cherish the Ladies has grown from a one-time concert concept to an Irish traditional music sensation and is the most successful and sought after Irish-American group in Celtic music.

TICKETS: $35/32/25. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $18.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

Mar. 06
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Library by Scott Z. Burns; Directed by Lisa Kelly

Tunnel vision, informally, means to focus exclusively on a single point of view. This play centers on this idea of tunnel vision, in a teenage boy who is certain he saw what he saw, and the mother who believes her child is a savior, in the girl who knows she isn’t responsible, and in the newspeople who went with the first story they were told and refuse to change their beliefs. What really happened on that dreadful day, the day where someone brought a gun to school? Not all of their beliefs can be the truth. So, who is willing to step out of the tunnel?

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Mar. 07
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Library by Scott Z. Burns; Directed by Lisa Kelly

Tunnel vision, informally, means to focus exclusively on a single point of view. This play centers on this idea of tunnel vision, in a teenage boy who is certain he saw what he saw, and the mother who believes her child is a savior, in the girl who knows she isn’t responsible, and in the newspeople who went with the first story they were told and refuse to change their beliefs. What really happened on that dreadful day, the day where someone brought a gun to school? Not all of their beliefs can be the truth. So, who is willing to step out of the tunnel?

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Mar. 08
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Library by Scott Z. Burns; Directed by Lisa Kelly

Tunnel vision, informally, means to focus exclusively on a single point of view. This play centers on this idea of tunnel vision, in a teenage boy who is certain he saw what he saw, and the mother who believes her child is a savior, in the girl who knows she isn’t responsible, and in the newspeople who went with the first story they were told and refuse to change their beliefs. What really happened on that dreadful day, the day where someone brought a gun to school? Not all of their beliefs can be the truth. So, who is willing to step out of the tunnel?

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Mar. 09
02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

The Library by Scott Z. Burns; Directed by Lisa Kelly

Tunnel vision, informally, means to focus exclusively on a single point of view. This play centers on this idea of tunnel vision, in a teenage boy who is certain he saw what he saw, and the mother who believes her child is a savior, in the girl who knows she isn’t responsible, and in the newspeople who went with the first story they were told and refuse to change their beliefs. What really happened on that dreadful day, the day where someone brought a gun to school? Not all of their beliefs can be the truth. So, who is willing to step out of the tunnel?

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Mar. 09
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Share the joy of gospel music as Mack Brandon brings his fabulous choir back to the Berrie Center for another unforgettable interactive experience. A music professor at Ramapo College for the past 20 years, Brandon was the pianist and/or musical director for Ben E. King, The Drifters, Average White Band, and the Supremes. Brandon’s choir features the best voices from around the state, including Ramapo College students.

TICKETS: $30/27/24. ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

Mar. 09
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Library by Scott Z. Burns; Directed by Lisa Kelly

Tunnel vision, informally, means to focus exclusively on a single point of view. This play centers on this idea of tunnel vision, in a teenage boy who is certain he saw what he saw, and the mother who believes her child is a savior, in the girl who knows she isn’t responsible, and in the newspeople who went with the first story they were told and refuse to change their beliefs. What really happened on that dreadful day, the day where someone brought a gun to school? Not all of their beliefs can be the truth. So, who is willing to step out of the tunnel?

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

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

The Library by Scott Z. Burns; Directed by Lisa Kelly

Tunnel vision, informally, means to focus exclusively on a single point of view. This play centers on this idea of tunnel vision, in a teenage boy who is certain he saw what he saw, and the mother who believes her child is a savior, in the girl who knows she isn’t responsible, and in the newspeople who went with the first story they were told and refuse to change their beliefs. What really happened on that dreadful day, the day where someone brought a gun to school? Not all of their beliefs can be the truth. So, who is willing to step out of the tunnel?

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

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

The Library by Scott Z. Burns; Directed by Lisa Kelly

Tunnel vision, informally, means to focus exclusively on a single point of view. This play centers on this idea of tunnel vision, in a teenage boy who is certain he saw what he saw, and the mother who believes her child is a savior, in the girl who knows she isn’t responsible, and in the newspeople who went with the first story they were told and refuse to change their beliefs. What really happened on that dreadful day, the day where someone brought a gun to school? Not all of their beliefs can be the truth. So, who is willing to step out of the tunnel?

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Mar. 13
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Ellis Island served as the portal for immigrants coming into the United States from 1892 to 1954. Before its closing, an estimated 12 million people passed through on their way to a new life in America. This one-hour musical geared toward young audiences captures the essence of their journey.

Six professional actors dressed in period clothing weave this intriguing tale with dialogue and songs of their experiences traveling into America. They were filled with hopes and excitement to begin new lives, and some encountered obstacles along the way.

A wonderful supplement to the school curriculum, Ellis Island artfully tells the story of how our ancestors began to call America their home. Today, many U.S. citizens are descendants of those same immigrants. Because it relates to current events, audiences are in rapt attention as they relate to characters in the show.

Grades: 3-8. Links: Immigration Studies, Social Studies, Multicultural Studies, Music, Language Arts, Theater

Tickets $8. Please call 201.684.7202 to reserve space.

Mar. 13
11:45 am - 01:00 pm

Ellis Island served as the portal for immigrants coming into the United States from 1892 to 1954. Before its closing, an estimated 12 million people passed through on their way to a new life in America. This one-hour musical geared toward young audiences captures the essence of their journey.

Six professional actors dressed in period clothing weave this intriguing tale with dialogue and songs of their experiences traveling into America. They were filled with hopes and excitement to begin new lives, and some encountered obstacles along the way.

A wonderful supplement to the school curriculum, Ellis Island artfully tells the story of how our ancestors began to call America their home. Today, many U.S. citizens are descendants of those same immigrants. Because it relates to current events, audiences are in rapt attention as they relate to characters in the show.

Grades: 3-8. Links: Immigration Studies, Social Studies, Multicultural Studies, Music, Language Arts, Theater

Tickets $8. Please call 201.684.7202 to reserve space.

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

The Library by Scott Z. Burns; Directed by Lisa Kelly

Tunnel vision, informally, means to focus exclusively on a single point of view. This play centers on this idea of tunnel vision, in a teenage boy who is certain he saw what he saw, and the mother who believes her child is a savior, in the girl who knows she isn’t responsible, and in the newspeople who went with the first story they were told and refuse to change their beliefs. What really happened on that dreadful day, the day where someone brought a gun to school? Not all of their beliefs can be the truth. So, who is willing to step out of the tunnel?

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Mar. 14
10:00 am - 11:30 pm

Ellis Island served as the portal for immigrants coming into the United States from 1892 to 1954. Before its closing, an estimated 12 million people passed through on their way to a new life in America. This one-hour musical geared toward young audiences captures the essence of their journey.

Six professional actors dressed in period clothing weave this intriguing tale with dialogue and songs of their experiences traveling into America. They were filled with hopes and excitement to begin new lives, and some encountered obstacles along the way.

A wonderful supplement to the school curriculum, Ellis Island artfully tells the story of how our ancestors began to call America their home. Today, many U.S. citizens are descendants of those same immigrants. Because it relates to current events, audiences are in rapt attention as they relate to characters in the show.

Grades: 3-8. Links: Immigration Studies, Social Studies, Multicultural Studies, Music, Language Arts, Theater

Tickets $8. Please call 201.684.7202 to reserve space.

Mar. 14
11:45 am - 01:00 pm

Ellis Island served as the portal for immigrants coming into the United States from 1892 to 1954. Before its closing, an estimated 12 million people passed through on their way to a new life in America. This one-hour musical geared toward young audiences captures the essence of their journey.

Six professional actors dressed in period clothing weave this intriguing tale with dialogue and songs of their experiences traveling into America. They were filled with hopes and excitement to begin new lives, and some encountered obstacles along the way.

A wonderful supplement to the school curriculum, Ellis Island artfully tells the story of how our ancestors began to call America their home. Today, many U.S. citizens are descendants of those same immigrants. Because it relates to current events, audiences are in rapt attention as they relate to characters in the show.

Grades: 3-8. Links: Immigration Studies, Social Studies, Multicultural Studies, Music, Language Arts, Theater

Tickets $8. Please call 201.684.7202 to reserve space.

Mar. 15
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

After being dubbed “The New Queen of Bluegrass” by The Wall Street Journal, winning multiple “Entertainer of the Year” honors, and becoming one of the most visible artists in bluegrass music, Rhonda Vincent is no stranger to success. Join us for an incredible evening of spine-tingling music.

TICKETS: $40/36/32. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $22.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

Mar. 16
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Sherma Andrews, singer, songwriter, arranger, producer, pianist and recording artist, is a phenomenal talent. She can perform passionately and authentically in many different genres and styles, leaving her audience stunned and captivated every time. In her production called ”The Legendary Lady Singers,” she will showcase some of the greatest female singers and their hit songs in a way that only Sherma can deliver. The show is a dynamic blast of entertainment worth seeing over and over again.

TICKETS: $35/32/25. CHILDREN UNDER 17: $18.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.

April 2019
Apr. 05
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by William Shakespeare; Directed by Terra Vandergaw

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Apr. 06
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by William Shakespeare; Directed by Terra Vandergaw

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Apr. 07
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by William Shakespeare; Directed by Terra Vandergaw

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

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

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by William Shakespeare; Directed by Terra Vandergaw

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

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

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by William Shakespeare; Directed by Terra Vandergaw

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

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

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by William Shakespeare; Directed by Terra Vandergaw

Ticket prices for all shows: $5 for Ramapo Students, $15 General Admission

Apr. 27
08:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Join comedians Pat Hazell, one of the original writers for NBC’s Seinfeld and a veteran of The Tonight Show, and Dena Blizzard, former Miss N.J. and featured comic at The Laugh Factory and Gotham Comedy Club and creator of the viral video “Chardonnay, Go!” (viewed over 23 million times), as they come together for an evening of hilarious and heartwarming stand up comedy. Topics include relationships, dating, parenting, family life, and there will be a chance to ask for free relationship advice as Pat and Dena answer questions from the audience. Bring your sweetheart, bring your friends and bring your sense of humor for an evening of laughter ever after.

TICKETS: $40/36/32.
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.