Fall 2017 Season
County College of Morris
Cover: Music, Dance and Performing majors in “The Little Mermaid”
Thursday, October 5 CCM Art and Design Gallery and Dragonetti Auditorium, Student Center
Festival of the Arts: In honor of the Inauguration of Dr. Anthony J. Iacono
Friday, October 6, 11 a.m. Health and Physical Education Building
7:30 p.m. Professional faculty of the Music, Dance and Performing Arts department appear in concert for a celebration to honor this historic college event. Various selections of live music from genres including jazz, bluegrass and classical are interwoven with the beauty of movement to mark this special occasion. This is a ticketed event with a request for donations to the County College of Morris Foundation. For tickets call 973-328-5076.
the Third President of County College of Morris Dr. Anthony J. Iacono
These events are open to the public.
Inauguration Ceremony of 6 â€“ 7:30 p.m. Reception and Exhibit
SUICIDE PREVENTION AWARENESS MONTH Community
National Speaker, Kevin Hines Tuesday
September 19, 12:30 p.m. (College Hour) Student Community Center Davidson Rooms
Sponsored by CCM Legacy Project, Counseling Services and Special Events
Kevin Hines is a brain/mental health advocate, award-winning global speaker, bestselling author and documentary filmmaker who reaches audiences with his story of an unlikely survival and his strong will to live. He is the only Golden Gate Bridge jump survivor who is actively spreading the message of living mentally healthy. Kevinâ€™s story is a remarkable testament to the strength of the human spirit and a reminder for us to love the life we have.
[ One conversation can change a life. ] All events are open the public and free of charge. For questions call 973-328-5140
August 21- October 13, LRC Gallery
In Their ShoesTM Exhibit Wednesday, September 20 Location This poignant exhibit consists of 269 pairs of shoes representing New Jersey youth who lost all hope and ended their lives. This exhibit helps to increase understanding, empathy and kindness towards those who might be struggling in silence and encourage them to seek help. “The IN THEIR SHOES™ display is literally breathtaking. The power of seeing all of those empty shoes stops you in your tracks and sends a message that serves as an invaluable tool in the efforts to prevent suicide.” NJDHS Commissioner, Jennifer Velez, Esq.
Marisa Rincon: “An Impression of Life” Art Exhibition
Panel Discu ssion: "Losing Love d Ones to S uicide" September 20 12:30 p.m., LR
Halloween Happenings Community
27, 4 – 5:30 p.m., Student Community Center Lobby
Come to our campus for safe indoor trick or treating! Listen to silly and spooky tales of the season offered by professional storytellers and design a whimsical holiday craft. It’s all at our Halloween Happenings here at CCM. A great event for little goblins and their families. Don’t forget to wear your costume! Admission FREE – Appropriate for grammar school age Co-Sponsored by Campus Life and Special Events
NOVEMBER 9, 12:30 p.m. COLLEGE HOUR Student Community Center, Dragonetti Auditorium
CCM proudly honors and remembers our countries veterans with a tribute to their service including invited guest speakers from our county military, musical and video performances in remembrance of Veterans Day. Sponsored by Special Events and Music, Dance and Performing Arts departments
Open to the public.
Music Theatre â€“ Drama
November 1–4, 7:30 p.m. Saturday matinee, 2 p.m. Student Community Center, Dragonetti Auditorium The Hunchback of Notre Dame is a musical based on the 1831 novel of the same name written by Victor Hugo with songs from the 1996 Walt Disney Animation Studios film adaptation. It is a tale of love and acceptance that asks the question, “What makes a monster and what makes a man?” Told through the ringing of the bells at Notre Dame Cathedral, this gothic adaptation reminds us that true beauty lies within. General Admission $15 CCM Students, Alumni, Children under 12 and Seniors 62 and over $10 Presented by the Department of Music, Dance and Performing Arts
Music Theatre – Drama
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November 16 - 18, 7:30 p.m. Student Community Center, Dragonetti Auditorium CCM is proud to present the NJ/NY premiere of this stunning adaptation of John Steinbeck’s classic novel, which was also the basis of the award-winning film version with its iconic performance by James Dean. Escaping a turbulent past, Adam Trask is determined to make a new start in California’s Salinas Valley. But family history, sibling rivalry and the impending danger of World War I will threaten his family’s little piece of paradise. Join us for this classic American novel, adapted for the stage by Tony award-winning playwright Frank Galiti The Grapes of Wrath and which covers the entire scope of the original. General Admission $15 CCM Students, Alumni and Seniors 62 and over $10 Presented by the Departments of English and Philosophy and Music, Dance and Performing Arts
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Days get shorter and the wind blows colder but music can melt the heart. Spend an evening wrapped in the warmth of performances by CCMâ€™s Concert Choir and Wind ensemble bringing to life the sounds of the season.
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Thursday and Friday
December 14 and 15, 7:30 p.m. Music Technology Center Performance Lab
Informal showing of new works in creation by CCM dance majors, faculty and guest artists. Come see works on the horizon. Fully produced concert coming this spring! Free Admission Presented by the Department of Music, Dance and Performing Arts
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CCM begins its celebration of 50 years! Look for programs and events coming Fall of 2018.
through the County College of Morris Foundationâ€™s Adopt-A-Chair program.
Dance Theatre Concert March 9 and 10
Storytelling Festival March 11
Spring Musical April 11 -14
Spring Drama April 26 â€“ 28
Spring Music Concert May 3
For more information visit www.ccm.edu/foundation/adoptachair.aspx. 973-328-5060
ALL PERFORMANCES ARE GENERAL SEATING Please contact the box office for special needs and available hearing devices. Tickets may be purchased: • Online at www.ccm.edu/newsEvents • At the Campus Life window in the Student Community Center • In the box office one hour prior to performance
Ticketed Performances are: $15 General Admission $10 CCM Students and Alumni & Seniors 62 and older
For ongoing information and updates on shows, events, auditions, and classes go to www.ccm.edu
Box Office and Ticket Questions: 973-328-5076 Music, Dance & Performing Arts Department: 973-328-5427 Special Events: 973-328-5054
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