John Oliver, Hogwarts and all, fractures Drew Forum in Morristown

John Oliver at the Drew Forum. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Leave it to a Brit to find the humor in America.

HBO comic John Oliver starts Drew lecture season at Morristown’s Mayo Center, Oct. 28

John Oliver, of HBO's 'Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.'

Look for this series to get off to an irreverent start, at the Mayo Performing Arts Center.

Motown in Mo’town: Smokey Robinson is worth the wait

Smokey Robinson...still working Miracles. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

It took him awhile to hit the stage. But when he did, Ooo Baby Baby!

Morristown gets an October tan, courtesy of Mike Love’s Beach Boys show

Mike Love of the Beach Boys in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

You can’t beat timeless surf music to brighten a dreary October Thursday.

Bill Cosby in Morristown: Hitting close to home doesn’t have to hurt

Bill Cosby in Morristown. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

What the —- ! He didn’t say what?

It Feels Like Home: Morristown’s Mayo Center sings a new song at 20

It Feels Like Home: Morristown’s Mayo Center sings a new song at 20

Morris County’s premier entertainment venue toasted 20 years with champagne and music on Monday. This song was composed for the occasion.

Morristown’s Mayo Center celebrates 20 years with $20 discounts

Chazz Palminteri is bringing “A Bronx Tale” to Morristown.

The discount offer ends on Oct. 1.

Peter Gros animal shows at Morristown’s Mayo Center canceled

Peter Gros' October shows in Morristown have been canceled.

Our date with a Southeast Asian Benterong will have to wait.

The play’s the thing, Broadway’s Mitchell and O’Hara teach kids, audience at Mayo 20th opener in Morristown

Brian Stokes Mitchell and Kelli O'Hara with MPAC's Performing Arts Company. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

On Friday at the Mayo Center, one lucky woman got to BE Broadway star Kelli O’Hara.

Now you see it, now you don’t: The greatest magic act in Mayo Center’s 20 years?

HE KNOWS THE DRILL: Paul Larena attaches new sign at Mayo Performing Arts Center on the eve of its 20th season. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

The greatest performance in the 20-year history of the renamed Mayo Performing Arts Center may be a magic act you have never seen.