Katt Scratch Fever

symphany-hallThere are many venues that present quality entertainment in the state of New Jersey. One of the oldest and most prolific of these is Newark Symphony Hall.

Victor Borge, Patti LaBelle, Teddy Pendergrass, Richard Pryor, James Cleveland, Iyanla VanZant, Kirk Franklin, Sinbad, Queen Latifah, Gladys Knight, the Temptations, the O’Jays and many, many more artists have performed here. Community organizations have been conducting their annual programs here at Newark Symphony Hall for twenty-five years and more. Great opera productions and opera stars have added yet another dimension to the history of the Hall. A roster of stars including Jerome Hines, Beverly Sills, Roberta Peters, Leontyne Price, Robert Merrill and too many others to mention have enjoyed the great acoustics in the concert hall. Throughout the season, Newark Symphony Hall looks forward to producing the best in the performing arts. The Hall welcomes you and thanks you for your continued patronage. Newark Symphony Hall is like a fine wine – getting better with age! Such historic artists of genius stature, such as Arturo Toscanini, Vladimir Horowitz, Marian Anderson, William Warfield, Lily Pons and George Gershwin performed here. The Boston and Cleveland Symphony Orchestras and the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo also graced the stage of the venerable theater.

And in keeping with that tradition of groundbreaking artists who define a generation, we present an artist who embodies the Hip-Hop generation of urban entertainment that crosses over to the mainstream with enough laughter to power an entire city with electricity. Katt Williams returns with a brand new stand up show that is selling out across the country. Don’t miss this hilarious show featuring the critically acclaimed comic at his best. Known to many for his breakout role in the MTV improv show, “Wild n’ Out,” and his widely recognized role as “Money Mike” in the hit movie Friday After Next, Williams already has several successful stand up specials under his belt, such as Kattpacalypse, Pimpin Pimpin, and The Pimp Chronicles. With his 2014 tour it is clear that Williams is in no rush to slow down. His high- energy stage presence and fresh routine has left every audience cramping in their sides from laughter and rising to their feet with a standing ovation begging for more. The reviews speak for themselves – this show is not one to be missed.


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