Trumpeter Eddie Henderson continues to have remarkable career. A member of Herbie Hancock’s legendary Mwandishi band in the early seventies, he was on the forefront of a number of fusion projects. He came to his music through his mother, who was a Cotton Club dancer with the likes of Bojangles Robinson and the Nicholas Brothers. His first Jazz Room appearance promises to be as fascinating and varied as his career and life.
Tickets are available for $15 general; $12 senior citizens, William Paterson faculty, staff and alumni; and $8 for non-William Paterson students. There will be an additional $3 charge per ticket purchased on show day. William Paterson students may attend free of charge with valid ID.
If you like to watch Saturday Night Life (SNL), this is the event for you! Sketches, written and performed in the same format as SNL, are presented by William Paterson students in a fun-filled evening of laughter.
Share in the laughter as william Paterson students from Stand-up 1 take their final exam by performing live at one of New York City's premier comedy clubs!
Please call Gotham Comedy Club at 212-367-9000 for reservations.
Share in the celebration of gospel as this premier vocal ensemble graces the stage, exalting a soulful and spirit-filled compilation of gospel songs. The concert, will feature some of the best voices in the state from the New Jersey African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church Conference Choir and the Ramapo College Gospel Choir.
Admission: Orchestra $20 • Loge $15 • Discounts apply
‘Tis the season to be jolly – literally! Celebrate the holiday with Snow White, the handsome prince and of course those seven dwarfs. Snow White’s Christmas is a modernized adaptation with a twist to the timeless fairytale – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Employing comedy, music and a special message on friendship, patience and diversity, Snow White’s Christmas is sure to get you in the holiday spirit!
Admission: Adults $17 • Children $14 • There will be no discounts for this performance
Pre-show activities begin at 1:15 pm
Revered as the #1 most inspirational American films of all time, viewing It’s a Wonderful Life is a holiday tradition. This 1940s radio style adaptation of Frank Capra’s beloved tale comes to life through the bygone radio format of a few talented actors, live sound effects – and a listener’s imagination. Channel your inner George Bailey and let the mystique of radio theatre recall moments you cherish about the movie.
Admission: Adults $15 • Seniors/Students/Children $12 • There will be no discounts for this performance