RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Comedian Steve Way will be featured at the Williams Center's first Open Mic Comedy Night on Saturday in Rutherford.
The 8 p.m. show has a $5 suggested donation and is recommended for ages 18 and older.
Way , 25, has Muscular Dystrophy and has blazed his own trail as a standup comedian and advocate for disability awareness. He is the co-creator and star of his own web series " Uplifting Dystrophy."
McHugh and Way are working to get more events at the Williams Center.
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The center runs world-premiere first-run movies and hosts special events.
The William Carlos Williams Center is a private, not for profit performing arts and cinema complex located in downtown Rutherford. The center was named after the Pulitzer prize winning poet and physician William Carlos Williams, who lived in the borough. The building that the center occupies was originally built in the 1920s as a Vaudeville theater known as the Rivoli.
The Williams Center is located at 1 Williams Plaza, Rutherford.
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