It was Liz Cheney at MPAC with the President of Drew University, Hilary L. Link. Link moderated The Drew Forum Presents A Conversation with Liz Cheney at the Mayo Performing Art Center (MPAC) in Morristown in a one-hour talk about policy, leadership, and bipartisanship.
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Since the band opened on time, as posted on the MPAC’s website, and you wouldn’t want to miss a moment of this once-in-a-lifetime tour, don’t be late at any future venue. Michael McDonald, who joined the band in 1975 as the keyboard and second lead vocalist, wowed the crowd with a song he wrote Here to Love With, with a predominate sax accompaniment by Marc Russo. McDonald’s voice is powerful and husky, yet smooth as ever, and his hands banged the keyboards with lightning speed.
The vibe in Morristown is always buzzing, but this weekend, the Mayo Performing Art Center (MPAC) increased the frenzy by presenting another spectacular shown in its Summer Concerts series line-up, Three Dog Night, featuring singer/songwriter Chris Trapper up first.
It’s uncommon to get an uninterrupted two-hour performance from someone whose bio is as extensive as Hornsby, and his charm and funny sense of humor just enhanced his talent. The audience celebrated with loud applause as soon as he sat at the piano.
There are so many beautiful songs in the first and second acts, too many to list. Still, song after song and with mindboggling dance presentations, the theatergoers waited in anticipation to hear Grizabella’s full performance of Memory, and it didn’t disappoint. It was so powerful that everyone in the theater held their breath momentarily.
Lovers of live jazz didn’t have to drive to a New York City venue last week, thanks to the Mayo Performing Arts Center (MPAC) hosting the world-renown Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (JLCO) with Wynton Marsalis.