Monday, September 21, 2020

This Week’s Virtual and Live Events @ Paper Mill Playhouse 

Paper Mill Playhouse

The theater comes to you! Every week Paper Mill offers streaming events you can access from your living room or any room! All our weekly events are available on  Facebook and YouTube at 7PM. We cannot wait to be back together again soon, but until that day comes, enjoy these free events, only accessible to the public for a limited time!

 

Tuesday, Sep 22, at 7PMNEW VOICES OF 2020: PURE IMAGINATION

A night unlike any other! Join the talented and persevering students of the Summer Musical Theater Conservatory—our professional training program for aspiring young musical theater artists—in a montage of short musical films that pay tribute to the songs and shows that opened the doors of our imaginations and took us to remarkable places! The annual New Voices performance is the culmination of Paper Mill Playhouse’s Summer Musical Theater Conservatory, and for the summer of 2020 it moves to a video format. Members of the competitive Conservatory who earned coveted spots in the Senior (ages 15–18), Junior Plus (ages 13–14), and Junior companies (ages 10–12) are directed by Paper Mill Playhouse’s professional artistic staff in this professionally produced video project featuring over 70 incredible performers! It is amazing to see these young performers grow into professional artists with inspiring, heartfelt performances. Students from Paper Mill Playhouse’s Conservatory have gone on to appear in numerous Broadway productions, film, television, and regional theater. See the stars of tomorrow!

 

Wednesday, Sep 23, at 7PMBabbling by the Brook

Join Paper Mill’s own Producing Artistic Director Mark S. Hoebee for lighthearted, entertaining conversations with a star-studded roster of performers, writers, directors, and more theatrical denizens. Gain insight into our upcoming productions, delve into the creative process, and catch up with veteran actors! This week we explore the herculean job of stage management with Andrea Cibelli and Beverly Jenkins, who helped transfer A Bronx Tale from Paper Mill to Broadway.

Brookside Caberet

The Carriage House Restaurant at the F.M. Kirby Carriage House has live cabaret performances every Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 7PM. Come enjoy a cool breeze by the brook, fine dining outdoors, and live entertainment!

Kathryn Allison


WEDNESDAY—Kathryn Allison

 

Kathryn Allison was first seen on the Paper Mill Playhouse stage as a student and performer in the Summer Musical Theater Conservatory New Voices Concert in 2014. Since then she has appeared on Broadway in Aladdin, Wicked, and Company, and she has released an album.  RESERVATIONS

 


THURSDAY—Dwayne Clark: A Tribute to Ray Charles

 

  

Dwayne Clark is a multitalented actor, singer, and educator who has had appeared in Broadway productions of The Color PurpleSpider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, In the Heights, Cry-BabyUrinetownSmokey Joe’s Cafe, Rent, and TarzanRESERVATIONS

 



SATURDAY—Rema Webb: A Tribute to Judy Garland and Ella Fitzgerald

 

Rema Webb is a 20-year Broadway veteran (Escape to Margaritaville, The Color Purple) who recently made her Paper Mill debut starring in the world premiere of Unmasked: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber and last summer was featured in Hercules at the Delacorte Theater.  RESERVATIONS

The Carriage House Restaurant opens for alfresco dining at 5PM, including high-top seating for small plates and cocktails.

 

Prix Fixe Dinner Wednesday–Saturday

Small Plates, Cocktails, Full Bar

Curbside Pickup

Sunday Brunch 

Menu

Reservations required for outdoor dining and pre-orders required for curbside pickup. 

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