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Best Shows Jul 15 - Sep 15

in Morristown

Pete Davidson at Community Theatre

Pete Davidson

At the age of 20, Pete Davidson became the youngest ever SNL cast member to take up the honor of improvising and carousing with cast members and famous guests. This achievement comes off the back of an innate sense of comic timing and razor-sharp observational humor that speaks directly to the millennial Instagram set. Catch him live this year as he takes his show on the road!

Air Supply at Community Theatre

Air Supply

The front runners of eighties soft-rock and still evolving, Air Supply know how to write a love song, creating the illusion of romance with sweeping ballads and sweet melodies. Touring now, an evening the Aussie megastars will enchant, as they play from their compelling and vast back catalog, with hits such as 'You are my Lady', 'Everywoman in the World', 'Without you' and many more!

Jim Breuer at Community Theatre

Jim Breuer

Man of a thousand voices and all round comic whirlwind Jim Breuer is heading out on tour once again. While he's a cult icon for his role in stoner comedy Half Baked with Dave Chappelle, Breuer has made a conscious decision to shift his stand-up in a family friendly direction in recent years because "it's much more challenging".

Dweezil Zappa at Community Theatre

Dweezil Zappa

Considering his father was the late great psychedelic-jazz-prog space wizard, many might assume that his son Dweezil has some big shoes to fill. However, the prodigious guitarist and producer came into his own as a solo performer in his own right, mesmerizing audiences with his technical prowess on the axe. He's regularly on the road with the Zappa plays Zappa ensemble as well as the Experience Hendrix Tour.

The Greatest Love of All - Whitney Houston Tribute at Community Theatre

The Greatest Love of All - Whitney Houston Tribute

Led by South African star Belinda Davids, The Greatest Love of All Whitney Houston Tribute honors the late and great singer with mesmerizing performances of all her biggest hits. This incredible tour will showcase just how unforgettable Houston's music is and how it will live on forever, be it on dance-floors or in the comfort of our homes.

The New York Bee Gees at Community Theatre

The New York Bee Gees

They started a band, that got the whole world dancing! New York's premiere Bee Gee's tribute is live once more, bringing you the very best of Barry, Robin and Maurice's unforgettable music in a concert extravaganza that relives the influential group's greatest hits with stunning musicianship and attention to detail! Courtesy of Peter Mazzeo, Tom Flyntz and Manny Forcarazzo, you're invited to enjoy tunes from the band's competitive early area, such as 'I Started A Joke', 'Massachusets', to the all-out glamour of their disco period, including 'Stayin' Alive,' and 'Night Fever'!

Yachtley Crew at Community Theatre

Yachtley Crew

Get out your boat shoes and put on your nautical gear, Yachtley Crew is sailing Full Steam Ahead into a harbor near you this spring. The seafaring minstrels, often referred to as the nation's number-one yacht rock band, will be the wind in your sails with their seventies and eighties soft rock covers. With their shows selling out portside, starboard, and bow side make sure you get your tickets now before you fall overboard!

Justin Hayward and Christopher Cross at Community Theatre

Justin Hayward and Christopher Cross

Moody Blues icon Justin Hayward and Grammy and Oscar winning soft-rock legend Christopher Cross join up for a co-headline tour this year! The Moody Blues star is still touring relentlessly, almost six decades on from when his band began helping shape the future of popular music. During that time the band has sold 55 million albums and he has received many awards for his work. Christopher Cross meanwhile found fame and success early in his storied career, winning an astonishing five Grammy Awards (including the Grammy For Album of The Year, beating out Pink Floyd's The Wall) for his self-titled 1979 debut album.