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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 Miracle Worker

The true story of Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan, a gripping battle to overcome impossible obstacles and the struggle to communicate. As a young girl, Helen Keller is stricken with scarlet fever. The illness leaves her blind, mute, and deaf. Sealed off from the world, Helen cannot communicate with anyone, nor anyone with her. Often frustrated and desperate, Helen flies into uncontrollable rages and tantrums that terrify her hopeless family. The gifted teacher Annie Sullivan is summoned by the family to help the girl understand the world from which she is isolated, freeing Helen Keller from her internal prison forever

Ender Hall Lab Theatre

Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 5*, 6* & 7, 2015
* Special Sign - Interpreted Performance

 



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7:30 pm
ENDER HALL Lab Theatre Paramus, NJ

The Miracle Worker

The true story of Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan, a gripping battle to overcome impossible obstacles and the struggle to communicate. As a young girl, Helen Keller is stricken with scarlet fever. The illness leaves her blind, mute, and deaf. Sealed off from the world, Helen cannot communicate with anyone, nor anyone with her. Often frustrated and desperate, Helen flies into uncontrollable rages and tantrums that terrify her hopeless family. The gifted teacher Annie Sullivan is summoned by the family to help the girl understand the world from which she is isolated, freeing Helen Keller from her internal prison forever

Ender Hall Lab Theatre

Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 5*, 6* & 7, 2015
* Special Sign - Interpreted Performance

 



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7:30 pm
ENDER HALL Lab Theatre Paramus, NJ

The Miracle Worker

The true story of Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan, a gripping battle to overcome impossible obstacles and the struggle to communicate. As a young girl, Helen Keller is stricken with scarlet fever. The illness leaves her blind, mute, and deaf. Sealed off from the world, Helen cannot communicate with anyone, nor anyone with her. Often frustrated and desperate, Helen flies into uncontrollable rages and tantrums that terrify her hopeless family. The gifted teacher Annie Sullivan is summoned by the family to help the girl understand the world from which she is isolated, freeing Helen Keller from her internal prison forever

Ender Hall Lab Theatre

Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 5*, 6* & 7, 2015
* Special Sign - Interpreted Performance

 



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2:00 pm
ENDER HALL Lab Theatre Paramus, NJ

The Miracle Worker

The true story of Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan, a gripping battle to overcome impossible obstacles and the struggle to communicate. As a young girl, Helen Keller is stricken with scarlet fever. The illness leaves her blind, mute, and deaf. Sealed off from the world, Helen cannot communicate with anyone, nor anyone with her. Often frustrated and desperate, Helen flies into uncontrollable rages and tantrums that terrify her hopeless family. The gifted teacher Annie Sullivan is summoned by the family to help the girl understand the world from which she is isolated, freeing Helen Keller from her internal prison forever

Ender Hall Lab Theatre

Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 5*, 6* & 7, 2015
* Special Sign - Interpreted Performance

 



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7:30 pm
ENDER HALL Lab Theatre Paramus, NJ

The Ars Electronica 2015 Concert Event

The Ars Electronica 2015 Concert

The Ars Electronica '15 Concert Event“Beautiful Women, As part of Women’s History Month, women musicians will perform the work of women composers during Ars Electronica’s “Beautiful Women, Beautiful Music: The Nature of Aesthetics” concert at Bergen Community College.
Proceeds from the annual event benefit a scholarship fund established in honor of Dr. Ron Mazurek, a deceased Bergen faculty member, musician and music professor. 
Art works by Mara Light and Nasser Ovissi shall be celebrated.


Tickets: General $15, SeniorFacuilty/Staff$10,
            Students $5.00   

 

 

              

 

 

 

 

 

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7:30 pm
Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre Paramus, NJ

THE MCLEAN AVENUE BAND

 

The McLean Avenue band has what’s been often called a “super band sound.” It’s a sound that has its very own distinctive mix between old Irish Celtic folklore and the rock pop Celtic music of today. They perform a dazzling array of Irish music, song and dance in a show that includes magical footwork, raucous fiddle, traditional Irish favorite songs, Celtic fairy tales and critically acclaimed rock and bluegrass originals.

 

Saturday, March 14, 2015 @ 7:30 PM - Ciccone Theatre
GENERAL:$35 /BCC FACULTY /STAFF/SENIORS $20 /BCC STUDENTS $10

 

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7:30 pm
Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre Paramus, NJ

ALI STROKER - FINDING GLEE

In The Wings Arts and Education Production

Ali returns to The Ciccone by over whelming response from our community and local schools alike. She is inspirational and motivational.
Paralyzed and in a wheel chair since the age of two, Ali is a living symbol of courage and positive thinking. She has appeared on television in The Glee Project and has performed all over the country including at 54 Below in New York
City.

Anna Maria Ciccone Theater
Friday - March 20, 2015

10:30AM Performance Call (201) 493-3507


7:30 PM

General - $35, BCC Faculty/Staff/Seniors - $20,  BCC Students - $10

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7:30 pm
Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre Paramus, NJ

The Compleat Female Stage Beauty

A BergenStages Performance

In 1661 the most famous portrayer of female roles on the London stage was a performer named Kynaston. Like every other player permitted to enact such roles, Kynaston was a man.  A celebrity artist right at the crest of the Restoration, he is applauded onstage and off for his interpretations of Shakespeare's tragic ladies: Ophelia, Cleopatra, especially his Desdemona and his famous "death scene." But when an unknown named Margaret Hughes plays Desdemona one night at an illegal theater, instead of stopping the show, the ever-game King Charles II changes the law to allow women to act. By the stroke of a pen, Kynaston's world is turned upside-down. He loses his cachet, his livelihood, his lover and his sense of self. His own light disappears until fate and his desire for revenge give him a chance to take the stage again.

Ciccone Theatre

April 10, 11, 16, 17 & 18, 2015

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7:30 pm
Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre Paramus, NJ

The Compleat Female Stage Beauty

A BergenStages Performance

In 1661 the most famous portrayer of female roles on the London stage was a performer named Kynaston. Like every other player permitted to enact such roles, Kynaston was a man.  A celebrity artist right at the crest of the Restoration, he is applauded onstage and off for his interpretations of Shakespeare's tragic ladies: Ophelia, Cleopatra, especially his Desdemona and his famous "death scene." But when an unknown named Margaret Hughes plays Desdemona one night at an illegal theater, instead of stopping the show, the ever-game King Charles II changes the law to allow women to act. By the stroke of a pen, Kynaston's world is turned upside-down. He loses his cachet, his livelihood, his lover and his sense of self. His own light disappears until fate and his desire for revenge give him a chance to take the stage again.

Ciccone Theatre

April 10, 11, 16, 17 & 18, 2015

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2:00 pm
Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre Paramus, NJ

The Compleat Female Stage Beauty

A BergenStages Performance

In 1661 the most famous portrayer of female roles on the London stage was a performer named Kynaston. Like every other player permitted to enact such roles, Kynaston was a man.  A celebrity artist right at the crest of the Restoration, he is applauded onstage and off for his interpretations of Shakespeare's tragic ladies: Ophelia, Cleopatra, especially his Desdemona and his famous "death scene." But when an unknown named Margaret Hughes plays Desdemona one night at an illegal theater, instead of stopping the show, the ever-game King Charles II changes the law to allow women to act. By the stroke of a pen, Kynaston's world is turned upside-down. He loses his cachet, his livelihood, his lover and his sense of self. His own light disappears until fate and his desire for revenge give him a chance to take the stage again.

Ciccone Theatre

April 10, 11, 16, 17 & 18, 2015

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7:30 pm
Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre Paramus, NJ
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