The Mayo Performing Arts Center will be undergoing a ticketing software upgrade between
5 PM on Monday, March 19th and 10 AM Tuesday, March 20th, during which time ticket purchases will be unavailable by phone or online. We hope to have our ticketing services restored by
10 AM on Tuesday morning.

Thank you for your patience as we look to improve the customer service we provide our patrons both online and through our box office.

Please leave a message at 973-539-8008 with the event you are interested in purchasing and a Box Office Associate will return your call when the system has been restored.

The Legendary Tommy Tune of CHITA & TUNE: JUST IN TIME

by Jaclyn Layman I had the distinct honor of speaking with Broadway Legend Tommy Tune about his upcoming collaboration with the enchanting Chita Rivera coming to Mayo Performing Arts Center on March 24th at 8pm. CHITA & TUNE: JUST IN...

Daily Record: “Blind Boys help Marc Cohn see the light at MPAC Friday night”

‘Tell me, are you a Christian, child?’/And I said, ‘Ma’am, I am tonight!’ Those lyrics from his 1991 song “Walking in Memphis” could almost serve as a touchstone for Marc Cohn’s body of work. Though raised Jewish, Cohn has used...

iMPACt Newsletter: Spring 2018

iMPACt's Spring 2018 edition explores the Visual Art offerings here at MPAC.  Take a look inside to find out...
Mayo Performing Arts Center - A Nonprofit Organization

Announcing our Student Cover Art Winner!

Emma Swayze, a junior at Randolph High School, was selected the winner of the 2018 MPAC Cover Art Contest. Emma’s artwork will appear on the next program book cover, to be seen by thousands of MPAC patrons in March and April.  Over 70 middle and...
MPAC Education

Watch the MPAC Performing Arts Company at MSG!

The Mayo Performing Arts Company, MPAC’s teen performing group, performed the National Anthem prior to the Sunday, January 14, New York Knicks-New Orleans Pelicans game at Madison Square Garden.  Watch the performance here: Led by...
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Mayo Performing Arts Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, presents a wide range of programs that entertain, enrich, and educate the diverse population of the region and enhance the economic vitality of Northern New Jersey.

MPAC is grateful to the following donors whose major support sustains the general operation needs of our organization:

Discery Jersey Arts NJ State Council on the Arts
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