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Curtain Up Series 2014-2015 Box Office Locations
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MON - FRI: 8:30 AM-5:30 PM
Located in Room A-130
Adjacent to the Theatre Lobby 
Box Office Window
(Located in the Theatre Lobby)

The Box Office will open one hour before performance time.

Ciccone Theatre
(on the Main Campus of Bergen Community College)

Laboratory Theatre
(Located in Ender Hall, opposite Parking Lot C)

400 Paramus Road
Paramus, NJ 07652 U.S.
Directions

Please call the Box Office at 201-447-7428 for group discounts and more information.

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THE GONG SHOW LIVE

Two Shows!
Friday, September 16 & Saturday, September 17
At 7:30 PM
THE GONG SHOW LIVE
The Off-Broadway’s 5th Sold-Out Season Hit
of
Lunacy, Frenzy, Delirium & Madness
 NOW
THE GONG SHOW LIVE is an even better idea than The Gong Show on TV.   It’s LIVE.  In a theatre.  Where most of the 1970’s American population wanted to be.  Right there and up close with the lunacy.

 General: $35/BCC Faculty, Staff, Seniors: $25
Students $10      
Buy Tickets
7:30 pm
Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre Paramus, NJ

THE GONG SHOW LIVE

Two Shows!
Friday, September 16 & Saturday, September 17
At 7:30 PM
THE GONG SHOW LIVE
The Off-Broadway’s 5th Sold-Out Season Hit
of
Lunacy, Frenzy, Delirium & Madness
 NOW
THE GONG SHOW LIVE is an even better idea than The Gong Show on TV.   It’s LIVE.  In a theatre.  Where most of the 1970’s American population wanted to be.  Right there and up close with the lunacy.

 General: $35/BCC Faculty, Staff, Seniors: $25
Students $10      
Buy Tickets
7:30 pm
Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre Paramus, NJ

The Other Mozart

THE OTHER MOZART

COLLEGE CLUB OF NEW JERSEY’S
ANNUAL LUNCHEON/PERFORMANCE EVENT

THE OTHER MOZAR
Tuesday, October 4 at 12 Noon

“MS. MILO IS CHARMING
AND FUNNY WITH A BALLETIC GRACE”
-NEW YORK TIMES

The true, untold story of Nannerl Mozart, the sister of Amadeus - a prodigy, keyboardvirtuoso and composer, who performed throughout Europe with her brother to equal acclaim,
but her work and her story faded away, lost to history.

FOR TICKETS CONTACT by PHONE:
Jennifer Brito @ 201 445 0442

 

phone
12:00 pm
Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre Paramus, NJ

Hit Men

The Hit Men

Friday, October 14, @ 7:30 PM
The Hit Men
This will Sell Out early, so order your tickets now!
Experience the greatest hits of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s the way you first heard them… from the guys who made and played them all.  Former stars of mega-hit acts including, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, Tommy James and The Shondells, The Critters, Jim Croce, Carly Simon and more.
When The Hit Men take the stage, it’s easy to see why their music has transcended generations!
Center Orchestra *$75
*Includes Gala Pre-Show Reception with Cocktails & Hor d'oeuvres, 6 PM West Hall
Side Orchestra $50.
Rear Orchestra $35.
Champagne & Dessert Reception in Lobby Following Concert for all.
TICKETS.BERGEN.EDU or (201) 447-7428
Buy Tickets
7:30 pm
Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre Paramus, NJ

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For more information contact, Event Manager, Darren Yelin
Email: darren.yelin@nycradio.com | Phone: 212-857-9632
phone
6:00 am
Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre Paramus, NJ

What I Did Last Summer

What I Did Last Summer
By A.R. Gurney

The setting is a well-to-do vacation colony on the shores of Lake Erie, the time 1945, during the final stages of World War II. Charlie, an incipiently rebellious fourteen-year-old, is summering with his mother and sister (his father is fighting in the Pacific) before going off to an expensive boarding school in the fall. Although he intended to spend the summer loafing and socializing with his friends, the need for spending money forces him to take a job as handyman for an iconoclastic, bohemian art teacher, Anna Trumbull, a former member of the "upper crust" who has lost both her fortune and her regard for the ideals of her upbringing. Sensing a kindred spirit in Charlie, she tries to stretch his mind by teaching him painting and sculpture—and exposing him to "radical" ideas about life and love which, in time, persuade Charlie to reject the notion of going back to school. The result is a family crisis and, more specifically, a showdown between Anna and Charlie's conservative mother, a clash of philosophies which raises as many questions as it answers and, in the end, stimulates the self-awareness which will shape the man Charlie is destined to become.

Buy Tickets
7:30 pm
ENDER HALL Lab Theatre Paramus, NJ

What I Did Last Summer

What I Did Last Summer
By A.R. Gurney

The setting is a well-to-do vacation colony on the shores of Lake Erie, the time 1945, during the final stages of World War II. Charlie, an incipiently rebellious fourteen-year-old, is summering with his mother and sister (his father is fighting in the Pacific) before going off to an expensive boarding school in the fall. Although he intended to spend the summer loafing and socializing with his friends, the need for spending money forces him to take a job as handyman for an iconoclastic, bohemian art teacher, Anna Trumbull, a former member of the "upper crust" who has lost both her fortune and her regard for the ideals of her upbringing. Sensing a kindred spirit in Charlie, she tries to stretch his mind by teaching him painting and sculpture—and exposing him to "radical" ideas about life and love which, in time, persuade Charlie to reject the notion of going back to school. The result is a family crisis and, more specifically, a showdown between Anna and Charlie's conservative mother, a clash of philosophies which raises as many questions as it answers and, in the end, stimulates the self-awareness which will shape the man Charlie is destined to become.

Buy Tickets
2:00 pm
ENDER HALL Lab Theatre Paramus, NJ

What I Did Last Summer

What I Did Last Summer
By A.R. Gurney

The setting is a well-to-do vacation colony on the shores of Lake Erie, the time 1945, during the final stages of World War II. Charlie, an incipiently rebellious fourteen-year-old, is summering with his mother and sister (his father is fighting in the Pacific) before going off to an expensive boarding school in the fall. Although he intended to spend the summer loafing and socializing with his friends, the need for spending money forces him to take a job as handyman for an iconoclastic, bohemian art teacher, Anna Trumbull, a former member of the "upper crust" who has lost both her fortune and her regard for the ideals of her upbringing. Sensing a kindred spirit in Charlie, she tries to stretch his mind by teaching him painting and sculpture—and exposing him to "radical" ideas about life and love which, in time, persuade Charlie to reject the notion of going back to school. The result is a family crisis and, more specifically, a showdown between Anna and Charlie's conservative mother, a clash of philosophies which raises as many questions as it answers and, in the end, stimulates the self-awareness which will shape the man Charlie is destined to become.

Buy Tickets
7:30 pm
ENDER HALL Lab Theatre Paramus, NJ

What I Did Last Summer

What I Did Last Summer
By A.R. Gurney

The setting is a well-to-do vacation colony on the shores of Lake Erie, the time 1945, during the final stages of World War II. Charlie, an incipiently rebellious fourteen-year-old, is summering with his mother and sister (his father is fighting in the Pacific) before going off to an expensive boarding school in the fall. Although he intended to spend the summer loafing and socializing with his friends, the need for spending money forces him to take a job as handyman for an iconoclastic, bohemian art teacher, Anna Trumbull, a former member of the "upper crust" who has lost both her fortune and her regard for the ideals of her upbringing. Sensing a kindred spirit in Charlie, she tries to stretch his mind by teaching him painting and sculpture—and exposing him to "radical" ideas about life and love which, in time, persuade Charlie to reject the notion of going back to school. The result is a family crisis and, more specifically, a showdown between Anna and Charlie's conservative mother, a clash of philosophies which raises as many questions as it answers and, in the end, stimulates the self-awareness which will shape the man Charlie is destined to become.

Buy Tickets
7:30 pm
ENDER HALL Lab Theatre Paramus, NJ

What I Did Last Summer

What I Did Last Summer
By A.R. Gurney

The setting is a well-to-do vacation colony on the shores of Lake Erie, the time 1945, during the final stages of World War II. Charlie, an incipiently rebellious fourteen-year-old, is summering with his mother and sister (his father is fighting in the Pacific) before going off to an expensive boarding school in the fall. Although he intended to spend the summer loafing and socializing with his friends, the need for spending money forces him to take a job as handyman for an iconoclastic, bohemian art teacher, Anna Trumbull, a former member of the "upper crust" who has lost both her fortune and her regard for the ideals of her upbringing. Sensing a kindred spirit in Charlie, she tries to stretch his mind by teaching him painting and sculpture—and exposing him to "radical" ideas about life and love which, in time, persuade Charlie to reject the notion of going back to school. The result is a family crisis and, more specifically, a showdown between Anna and Charlie's conservative mother, a clash of philosophies which raises as many questions as it answers and, in the end, stimulates the self-awareness which will shape the man Charlie is destined to become.

Buy Tickets
7:30 pm
ENDER HALL Lab Theatre Paramus, NJ
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