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Mayo Performing Arts Center
Venue Type Theater
Accessibility Accessible to persons with disabilities.

Mayo Performing Arts Center

100 South St., Morristown, NJ, 07960
(973) 539-8008

Created by MayoPAC

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Mayo Performing Arts Center
100 South St.
Morristown, NJ 07960
(973) 539-8008
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David Sedaris
David Sedaris
David Sedaris is a best-selling author, playwright, commentator, and National Public Radio humorist. Sedaris was born on December 26, 1957. His first collection of short stories, entitled Barrel Fever: Stories and Essays, was published by Bay Back Books in 1994....
Bobby Rydell
Bobby Rydell
One of the most sought-after nightclub and concert acts in the country, Bobby Rydell's interest in show business began at the ripe age of four. His performance in Bye Bye Birdie and his recordings "Wild One" and "Volare" made him a famous show business performer of the '60s....
Bill Cosby
Bill Cosby
Served as a Navy medical corpsman and helped with the physical rehabilitation of Korean War veterans. Received a track scholarship to Temple University. Won six consecutive Grammy Awards for his comedy albums, beginning with I Started Out as a Child in 1964....
The Beach Boys
The Beach Boys
Beginning their career as the most popular surf band in the nation, the Beach Boys finally emerged by 1966 as America's preeminent pop group, the only act able to challenge (for a brief time) the overarching success of the Beatles with both mainstream listeners and the critical community....
Smokey Robinson
Smokey Robinson
Got his nickname from an uncle who took him to cowboy films as a child and called him by the "cowboy name" of "Smokey Joe." Although he has co-authored such soul classics as "Ooh Baby Baby" and "Tracks of My Tears," which he performed with the Miracles, and the Temptations' "My Girl," he has only won one Grammy (in addition to a Grammy Living Legend award)....
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