Everything’s Coming Up Broadway!

At 3:00 p.m. on Sun. May 19, Drew University’s Dorothy Young Center for the Arts, 26 Madison Ave., Madison, will ring with the exciting sound of 4-part barbershop harmony as the Morris Music Men pay tribute to the American musical “The Impossible Dream” will feature a cavalcade of unforgettable songs from over a dozen of the Great White Way’s most beloved shows, from Gypsy and Guys and Dolls to The Lion King and Rent. The 50-man Morris Music Men barbershop chorus is directed by Drew University graduate Nate Barrett.
Tickets are $20 and are available in advance or at the door. For tickets and more information about the show and chorus, call 973-723-9611 or visit the chapter’s website at www.morrismusicmen.org.
As a part of the Morris Music Men’s community outreach initiative, “The Impossible Dream” will benefit two local non-profit organizations that do extensive work with the disabled.
The mission of the P.G. Chambers School, Cedar Knolls, is to provide the best, most comprehensive education and therapy programs for children with disabilities, from birth through age 22. Employment Horizons of Cedar Knolls assists adults with disabilities and other barriers to employment to achieve their individual vocational objectives and establish self-sufficiency in the community.
The Morris Music Men include men of all ages from across North Jersey. They meet at 7:30 p.m. each Tuesday at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 300 Shunpike Road in Chatham, to sing and socialize. New singers are always welcome. Follow the MMM on Facebook and Instagram and visit their YouTube channel.
The chorus is one of 750 chapters of the international 25,000-member Barbershop Harmony Society.
In addition to presenting annual shows, and delivering Singing Valentines each February, The Morris Music Men perform at numerous community festivals and summer concert series. To be notified of upcoming events, visit our website.
The chapter’s affiliated quartets are available to perform for private parties and other events.
Made possible by funds from Morris Arts, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

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