Monday, April 10, 2023

This Week! Carolyn Dorfman Dance Celebrates 40 Years with Two Innovative Performances at the Morris Museum





Dance on Exhibit

Carolyn Dorfman Dance


Thursday, April 13 | 7:30 PM

Saturday, April 15 | 7:00 PM

Get your tickets before they sell out! You don't want to miss the most anticipated event in Morristown this week! Carolyn Dorfman Dance celebrates 40 years as a bold, athletic and dramatic force in New Jersey’s burgeoning dance landscape with Dance on Exhibit, an evening of dance on display in a gallery setting followed by performances of some of her most iconic works on stage.

Viewers will be able to experience ‘dance in the round’ as they stroll by dancers performing atop platforms as kinetic statues. This two-night-only event poses an unusual opportunity to see Dorfman’s work up close and deconstructed as well as on stage.

TICKETS: $25.00. Member tickets are $20.00. A $3.00 handling fee applies to each ticket. Each ticket is general admission and includes up to two drinks at the complimentary wine-bar during the gallery portion of the evening.

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Bickford Theatre Ticket & Visitor Information

The Morris Museum has adopted a dynamic mask policy for upcoming events in the Bickford Theatre. Face masks are currently optional in the CENTER and HOUSE RIGHT sections (indicated in blueand are required in the HOUSE LEFT section (indicated in red). Face masks are currently optional for Children’s Theatre performances. This policy is subject to change at any time. Please check back on our website or call the box office for our current policy before your scheduled performance date. For assistance, call the box office at 973-971-3706.


About Carolyn Dorfman Dance 

Carolyn Dorfman Dance connects life and dance in bold, athletic and dramatic works by Carolyn Dorfman and nationally renowned choreographers. The company’s 11 multi-ethnic and stunning dancers present high-energy and technically demanding dance that unleashes the powerful storytelling and imagery of its visionary creator. This distinctive combination takes audiences on intellectual and emotional journeys that ultimately illuminate and celebrate the human experience. The highly acclaimed ensemble is known for emotional resonance and artistic excellence in both performance and its interaction with audiences, students and community. Carolyn Dorfman Dance appears at major theaters, dance festivals, universities, schools, museums and galleries regionally, nationally and internationally. 



Upcoming Bickford Theatre Programs



Art on Screen

Vermeer: The Greatest Exhibition

Wednesday, April 19 | 2 & 7:30 PM

This film offers a private view of the largest ever exhibition of Vermeer’s work, presented by the Rijksmuseum and the Mauritshuis in the Hague. The film, featuring the Director of the Rijksmuseum and the curator of the exhibition, presents extensive research by the two museums into Vermeer’s artistry, motivations, and creative process.



Dan Levinson & Friends

Sunday, April 30 | 3:00 PM

Dan will be joined by some of his best friends in music with an afternoon of familiar favorites and forgotten gems.

Dan has performed to sold-out audiences at the Morris Museum for over 20 years and continues to attract new fans and devotees who admire his world-class musicianship, vast historical knowledge, and signature charm. Though he is in high demand in NYC, across the country, and around the world, Dan Levinson always brings something special to the Bickford Theatre.



Orpheus Chamber Orchestra with Chad Hoopes

Wednesday, May 3 | 8:00 PM

The special relationship between the Morris Museum and the famed Orpheus Chamber Orchestra continues with a program featuring the critically acclaimed violinist, Chad Hoopes performing Mendelssohn’s beloved Violin Concerto in E minor as well as Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition.


Laura Anglade Quartet

Friday, May 19 | 7:30 PM


The Toronto-based jazz vocalist, Laura Anglade, has been charming audiences by bringing a fresh face to the vintage sound of classic jazz numbers in both French and English. Making her Morris Museum debut alongside a stellar ensemble, including Ben Rosenblum on piano and accordion, Marty Jaffe on bass, and Randolph’s native son, drummer Ben Zweig.




The Morris Museum gratefully acknowledges generous operating support from the following funders:




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