With long months behind and ahead, everyone in New Jersey could use a good laugh. MPAC is hosting a drive-in comedy night this Thursday, August 20th—providing a socially-distanced opportunity for a great night out!
The Mayo Performing Arts Company, or MPAC, is a nonprofit for the arts based in Morristown, NJ. Founded in 1994 to rescue a dying theater, the organization now entertains hundreds of thousands of patrons a year.
Now, with their drive-in Manhattan Comedy Night, MPAC is bringing light-hearted live fun to lockdown. Featuring comedians Tom Cotter, Johnny Lampert, and Kerri Louise, the show promises to deliver the laughs to Morristown.
The fun begins at 6:30pm, located at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm at 73 Kahdena Road.
In the meantime, the Mayo Performing Arts Company is working closely with park authorities to ensure a safe environment to relax and enjoy. Cars will be assigned spaces 6 feet apart, and masks and distancing will be enforced for bathroom breaks.
Hoping to snack while you sit back? You could bring some goodies from home, or order from one of MPAC’s nearby restaurant partners.
The comedy acts will air live over FM radio, on a station frequency announced on-site. Parents beware: mature themes and language ahoy!
To learn more about Manhattan Comedy Night—and to snag a ticket—be sure to check out their website.
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