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Welcome Each year, Harford Community College hosts a variety of cultural opportunities – from national touring acts to local resident companies, jazz to classical, magic to ballet. We strive to bring quality events that offer our community entertainment options that are often only available in more urban areas. From month to month and year to year, you never know who will be gracing our stages, but you can be sure they will create an unforgettable memory. This year we are pleased to introduce the new name and look for our event brochure Live! at Harford Community College and our new searchable website at LIVEatHarfordCC.com. For your convenience, all of our concert, performance, exhibit, and community event information is now in one place, making it easier for you to find out about the great cultural offerings on our campus. We hope you will plan to join us for several season highlights: • NEW National Geographic Live Speaker Series sponsored by the Harford County Public Library and Harford Community College Student Services • Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood: Two Man Group • Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live! • The Young Irelanders • Centennial Sinatra As we add new events, you will receive supplemental mailings providing performance information and highlighting upcoming offerings. Tickets for our events are available by visiting LIVEatHarfordCC.com. Plan to check our new website often for the latest information on upcoming events. Our staff and volunteers want you to have the best possible experience before, during, and after the show. We hope you will share your suggestions about ways we may improve your experience to make it unforgettable. Please contact the Ticket Office at 443-412-2211 or email snicolaides@harford.edu. Thank you for supporting the arts in Harford County!

Susan Nicolaides Director for Cultural Events and Performing Arts

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Season at a Glance Check the various listings to select all of your favorites, but remember many shows sell out fast. Order your tickets online at LIVEatHarfordCC.com so you can select your favorite seat for any show. ▄

September

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▄ Peb at a Gallop: The Art of

Pierre Bellocq ▄ Dollar Day/Model Railroad ▄ Constitution Day - The Art of Controversy ▄ Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood: Two Man Group ▄ Mame ▄ Sunday Afternoon Concert Series

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Conversation to School

▄ Harriet’s Happiest Halloween

▄ Sunday Afternoon Concert Series ▄ National Geographic Live

Speaker Series: Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice ▄ Rocky Horror Picture Show ▄ Get The Led Out

November

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An Evening of Jazz ▄ Jack Radcliffe & Jeff Rollinger ▄ Five Women Wearing the Same Dress ▄ The Sicilian Tenors – Christmas Amore ▄ Julius Caesar ▄ Voices of Change - Moving Pictures: Social Protest and the American Visual Culture

Poetry Jam: Waging Peace, Working for Justice ▄ Film Screening & Discussion: Dr. Strangelove ▄ The Nutcracker

January

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live!

With a Bang The Winter Doldrums

February

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From “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing” to “Compared to What?” ▄ The Jason Bishop Show ▄

Living History Interpretation of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ▄ 17th Annual Winter Wine Expo ▄ Film Screening & Discussion: Freedom Riders ▄ Opposite Ends of the Spectrum: Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X ▄ Sunday Afternoon Concert Series

We Lived Through It: Gaining Civil Rights in Harford County ▄ Design (Graphic Etc.) ▄ Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy, The Musical Film Screening & Discussion: The Loving Story ▄ Civil Rights in Harford County ▄ An Evening of Jazz ▄ Avenue Q ▄ Film Screening & Discussion: Slavery by Another Name ▄ The Young Irelanders ▄

The Times They Were a-Changin’

April

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Skippyjon Jones Snow What (& The 7 Chihuahuas)

An Evening of Jazz

Applied Music Students in Recital ▄ An Evening of Jazz ▄ Family Movie & Santa Workshop ▄ Bel Air Community Band ▄ An Evening of Chamber Music ▄ A Christmas Carol

▄ Junie B.’s Essential Survival Guide

▄ Who’s Smarter Than a 5th Grader?

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▄ Honoring Peb: An Evening of Art and

▄ An Evening of Jazz

March

December

October

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Kaleidoscope of Cultures “Je Suis Né Dans La Rue” (I Was Born in the Streets) - Social and Political Protest in a Global Context

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Charlotte’s Web

The Harlem Renaissance: A Canonical Analysis With No Conclusion ▄ National Geographic Live Speaker Series - Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous ▄ Centennial Sinatra: Steve Lippia and His Big Band ▄ Sunday Afternoon Concert Series ▄ From Débutante to Activist for Peace & Social Justice ▄ Film Screening & Discussion: Matewan ▄ Annual Juried Student Exhibition ▄ Be the Change: Celebration of Earth Day ▄ Macbeth

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Bel Air Community Band An Evening of Chamber Music ▄ Applied Music Students in Recital ▄ Peter Pan ▄

An Evening of Jazz

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July

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Mary Poppins

Devised Theatre

Kinetic Canvas: Claude Monet

Events and performances are subject to change. National Geographic Live Speakers Series is sponsored by Harford County Public Library and Harford Community College Student Services.

BGE embraces the philosophy that their corporate vitality depends on the well-being of the communities they serve. Through thoughtful social investments of time and money, they strive to enhance the quality of life in these communities where their employees, customers, and families live. To demonstrate their commitment, BGE has sponsored the Family Series of plays, musicals and performances for the 2015-2016 cultural events season.

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Welcome

COLIN MOCHRIE AND BRAD SHERWOOD: TWO MAN GROUP

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September MEGAN IHNEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT SERIES

PEB AT A GALLOP EXHIBIT OPENING

at a

Gallop:

The Art of Pierre Bellocq

September 10 | 12-3 PM Hays-Heighe House Free, No Ticket Required

DOLLAR DAY/MODEL RAILROAD Get a “taste” of what HCC has to offer for only a dollar! More information is available by calling 443-412-2241.

MEGAN IHNEN, MEZZO-SOPRANO, MARTHA MORRISON MUEHLEISEN, VIOLIN

September 12 | 10 AM-2 PM | APGFCU Arena General Admission: $1

SUNDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT SERIES

CONSTITUTION DAY - THE ART OF CONTROVERSY

MAME

LECTURE WITH DISCUSSION

Presented by Victor S. Navasky

September 17 | 12-1:30 PM Student Center, Room 243 No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2316 to reserve a seat, or email haysheighe@harford.edu.

COLIN MOCHRIE AND BRAD SHERWOOD: TWO MAN GROUP Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, stars of the Emmynominated Whose Line Is It Anyway?, return to HCC for an evening of extraordinary improvisational comedy.

September 19 | 8 PM | APGFCU Arena Reserved Seating: Floor Seat $30-$45, Lower Level Seat $20-$45, Upper Level Bleacher $15-$30

MAME PHOENIX FESTIVAL THEATER

Book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee · Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman · Based on the Novel by Patrick Dennis, and the play “Auntie Mame” by Lawrence and Lee · Directed by Allan Herlinger It’s the height of the 1920’s and Auntie Mame becomes the guardian for her ten-year-old nephew with hilarious results. Hit songs include “Mame,” “It’s Today,” “Open a New Window,” “If He Walked Into My Life,” “We Need a Little Christmas,” “Bosom Buddies” and “That’s How Young I Feel.”

September 18, 19, 25 & 26 | 7 PM September 20 & 27 | 2 PM Chesapeake Theater Reserved Seating: Adult $20, Senior (Age 60+) $16, Youth (Age 17 & Younger) $12

TICKETS at

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September 27 | 3 PM Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1 General Seating: Adult $10, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

FORMS FROM LIFE AND NATURE: CERAMICS & OTHER MEDIA EXHIBITION

Sculptural and functional ceramics using various building and glazing techniques. Curator: Jim McFarland

September 28 - November 6 Chesapeake Gallery, Student Center Reception: October 6 | 5:30-7 PM Chesapeake Gallery, Student Center

FORMS FROM LIFE AND NATURE

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October HONORING PEB: AN EVENING OF ART AND CONVERSATION RECEPTION & AWARD PRESENTATION

Remarks by Pierre Bellocq (Peb)

October 2 6-7 PM | Hays-Heighe House 7-9 PM | Chesapeake Center Dining Rooms General Admission: $30 Tickets available at www.harford.edu/Peb.

Happiest

Halloween

HARRIET’S HAPPIEST HALLOWEEN HARFORD DANCE THEATRE

Harriet’s back and on her quest to find the perfect Halloween costume! When our beloved heroine visits an old theater, chills are around every corner as she and historic Maryland ghost Edwin encounter skeletons, bats, and tons of Halloween fun in this energetic show guaranteed to have you dancing in your seat! Slip on your favorite Halloween costume and join her—if you dare!

October 15 | 7 PM October 16 & 17 | 5 & 8 PM October 18 | 1 & 4 PM Chesapeake Theater

JUNIE B.’S ESSENTIAL SURVIVAL GUIDE TO SCHOOL

JAZZ VOCALIST JEFF HALL WITH THE JOE DAVIDIAN TRIO AN EVENING OF JAZZ

October 16 | 8 PM | Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1 General Seating: Adult $10, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

WHO’S SMARTER THAN A 5TH GRADER? Come watch as four prominent Harford County business leaders match wits with members of the Boys & Girls Club of Harford County. Proceeds benefit Boys & Girls Club of Harford County and Winds of Leadership, helping to fund legacy projects in Harford County.

October 21 | 6 PM | Chesapeake Theater Reserved Seating: Adult $15 In Advance ($20 at Door), Student $10, Ages 10 & Younger Free

Reserved Seating: Adult $16, Senior (Age 60+) $12, Youth (Age 17 & Younger) $10 THEATREWORKS USA

In this all-new musical adventure based on Barbara Park’s popular book series, Junie B. shares her book on EVERYTHING you need to know on surviving and thriving from bus rules to band-aids, carpools to cookies.

October 9 | 7 PM Amoss Center Reserved Seating: Premier $16, Orchestra $12, Terrace $10

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Photograph by David Doubilet


COPELAND CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW

SUNDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT SERIES

MOVIE WITH LIVE SHADOW CAST

Join us for a viewing of the cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show featuring a live cast of characters acting and singing along with the movie.

October 25 | 3 PM | Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1 General Seating: Adult $10, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

October 30 | 10 PM | APGFCU Arena

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE SPEAKER SERIES: CORAL KINGDOMS AND EMPIRES OF ICE

General Admission: All Ages $8* *Ticket price includes goodie bag of props for participation (no outside items permitted, please).

DAVID DOUBILET AND JENNIFER HAYES

GET THE LED OUT

Sponsored by Harford County Public Library and Harford Community College Student Services

THE AMERICAN LED ZEPPELIN

Photograph by Kelly Stremmel

Coral Kingdoms and Empires of Ice: Explore the world of leading underwater photographer David Doubilet, who has spent nearly half of his life in the sea and photographed more than 70 stories for National Geographic. With biologist Jennifer Hayes, his wife and partner, this accomplished duo will share their travels to coral kingdoms around the world that are now under threat due to global climate change and overfishing.

Passionate about the music of Led Zeppelin, this group of professional musicians returns to HCC to bring the studio recordings of “the mighty Zep” to life on the big concert stage. Not an impersonator act, Get The Led Out strives to recreate the sound of one of the greatest bands in rock history! gtlorocks.com

ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW

October 31 | 8 PM | APGFCU Arena Reserved Seating: Floor Seat $30-$35, Lower Level Seat $20-$25, Upper Level Bleacher $10-$15

Reception Sponsor: Towson University (*Reception includes light refreshments and Meet the Speakers from 6:15-7 PM in Darlington Hall, Room 202.)

GET THE LED OUT

October 29 | 7:30 PM | Amoss Center Reserved Seating: Premier Seat with Reception*$40, Premier Seat $30, Orchestra $20, Terrace $15, HCC Students $10

COPELAND CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

TICKETS at

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November EC3 AN EVENING OF JAZZ

November 6 | 8 PM Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1 EC3

General Seating: Adult $10, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

FIVE WOMEN WEARING THE SAME DRESS HCC ACTORS GUILD

During an ostentatious wedding reception at a Tennessee estate, five reluctant, identically clad bridesmaids hide out in an upstairs bedroom. As the afternoon wears on, these five very different women joyously discover a common bond in this wickedly funny, irreverent and touching celebration of the women’s spirits.

November 6, 7, 13 & 14 | 8 PM November 8 & 15 | 3 PM Chesapeake Theater Reserved Seating: Adult $12, Senior $8, Youth $8, HCC Student $8

JACK RADCLIFFE & JEFF ROLLINGER EXHIBITION JULIUS CAESAR

THE SICILIAN TENORS

Photographs by former HCC teacher Jack Radcliffe and current faculty member Jeff Rollinger. Curator: Jeff Rollinger

November 16, 2015 January 8, 2016 Chesapeake Gallery

THE SICILIAN TENORS – CHRISTMAS AMORE Celebrating International Education Week 2015, this event features outstanding performances by culturally diverse artists with free, interactive workshops led by performers. Proceeds benefit the HCC Foundation’s Scholarship for International Students. For information, contact Dr. Stephanie Hallock, 443-412-2262.

HARFORD COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Christmas Amore unites the soaring voices of The Sicilian Tenors with the world’s best loved music to ring in the holiday season and put joy in your heart. Premier Sponsor Society of Italian American Businessmen (SIAB); sponsored in part by Harford Community College

November 17 | 7:30 PM | Chesapeake Theater Reserved Seating: Orchestra Seat $45, VIP Seat & Reception* $70 (*Reception includes hors d’oeuvres and a wine tasting with an opportunity to meet The Sicilian Tenors from 6:30-7 PM.)

November 19 | 6 PM Chesapeake Theater General Seating: Adult $3, Youth (Age 17 and under) Free (Ticket Required)

JULIUS CAESAR NATIONAL PLAYERS

Shakespeare’s masterful examination of conspiracy, assassination, and what to do when one person becomes greater than one’s nation.

November 18 | 7:30 PM | Chesapeake Theater Reserved Seating: Adult: $20, Senior (Age 60+): $15, HCC Student: $15, Youth: $12

“JE SUIS NÉ DANS LA RUE” (I WAS BORN IN THE STREET) - SOCIAL AND POLITICAL PROTEST IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT LECTURE & DISCUSSION

VOICES OF CHANGE - MOVING PICTURES: SOCIAL PROTEST AND THE AMERICAN VISUAL CULTURE LECTURE & EXHIBIT OPENING

Presented by Jeff Ball

November 18 | 11 AM-2 PM & 5-7 PM Lecture: 7-9:50 PM Hays-Heighe House No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheighe@harford.edu.

V ICES Social Protest Through the Arts and Humanities

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TICKETS at

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Presented by Andrew Kellett, Ph.D.

November 19 | 12:45-2 PM Hays-Heighe House No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheighe@harford.edu.


December WAGING PEACE, WORKING FOR JUSTICE POETRY JAM

Led by Colleen Webster

December 2 | 12:25-1:25 PM Hays-Heighe House No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheighe@harford.edu.

DR. STRANGELOVE FILM SCREENING & DISCUSSION

Film discussion led by Wayne Hepler

December 2 | 2-6 PM Joppa Hall, Room 115 No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheighe@harford.edu.

THE NUTCRACKER HARFORD DANCE THEATRE

Ring in the season with a holiday classic and take a magical journey with Clara to the Land of the Sweets. With magnificent scenery, gorgeous costumes, and exquisite dancing, it’s a holiday feast for young and old alike. Enjoy a photo opportunity with Nutcracker characters 45 minutes prior to each performance.

APPLIED MUSIC STUDENTS IN RECITAL

AN EVENING OF CHAMBER MUSIC

The Music Department of Harford Community College presents talented students of vocal and instrumental music.

The Music Department of Harford Community College presents an evening of music student ensemble performances.

December 9 | 7 PM | Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1

December 14 | 7 PM | Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1

General Seating: Adult $5, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

General Seating: Adult $5, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

SECOND SHIFT AND HCC JAZZ ENSEMBLE

THE NUTCRACKER

A CHRISTMAS CAROL THEATREWORKS USA AN EVENING OF JAZZ

December 11 | 8 PM | Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1 General Seating: Adult $5, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

FAMILY MOVIE & SANTA WORKSHOP Get in the holiday spirit with carols, crafts and cocoa! Santa will visit HCC to enjoy the workshop activities and one of his favorite holiday movies, The Santa Clause. Admission includes a visit with Santa, a photo opportunity with Santa, light refreshments, and general admission seating to the movie.

A Christmas Carol captures both the humorous and touching moments of the classic story with witty dialogue and fresh new songs, conveying Dickens’ original message that the holiday season should be a “kind, forgiving, charitable time,” a sentiment that still rings true today.

December 18 | 7 PM Amoss Center Reserved Seating: Premier $16, Orchestra $12, Terrace $10

December 12 | 10 AM | Chesapeake Theater General Seating: All Ages $5, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

BEL AIR COMMUNITY BAND December 13 | 3 PM | Bel Air High School General Seating: Free No Tickets Necessary)

December 4 | 8 PM December 5 & 6 | 1 & 4 PM Amoss Center Reserved Seating: Premier $16, Orchestra $12, Terrace $10 Bring a new, unwrapped children’s gift to donate to the Empty Stocking Fund. Help give a magical holiday to less fortunate children in Harford County.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL

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January DANIEL TIGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD LIVE! BRAD SIMON, INC.

The legacy of the beloved “Mister Rogers” lives on with the hit television series, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, from the Fred Rogers Company and PBS KIDS. Now, Daniel and all of his friends are hopping aboard the trolley with this interactive musical adventure as Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood LIVE! takes audiences on a journey to explore the vibrant world of their much-loved Neighborhood with singing, dancing and lots of laughter!

January 23 | 11 AM & 3:30 PM | Amoss Center

LIVEatHarfordCC.com

for more info.

Reserved Seating: Tiger Tots Package* $40, Premier $30, Orchestra $20, Terrace $15 *Includes a seat in the first 2 rows, Meet & Greet with photo opportunity and goodie bag

Visit

THE JASON BISHOP SHOW

THE WINTER DOLDRUMS

January 2

Teen Beach 2 January 16

January 19 - February 19 Reception: January 31, 2016

1 & 4 PM

Inside Out February 6

1 & 4 PM

Minions February 14

2 PM

Sweetheart Sunday: Sleepless in Seattle February 20

1 & 4 PM

Jurassic World

THE HCC ACTORS GUILD

The end is coming – the book says so. The author is now dead and his daughter Margaret is being tapped by an array of unwilling angels to take up the task and finish the book to save the world. As the end draws nigh in a torrent of blood and magic, the world comes closer to conclusion. But how will the book end?

January 29, 30, February 5 & 6 | 8 PM January 31 & February 7 | 3 PM Black Box Theater, Joppa Hall General Seating: Adult $12, Senior (Age 60+) $8, Youth (Age 17 & Younger) $8, HCC Student $8

A SUNDAY AFTERNOON OF MUSIC AND FINE ART

Enjoy the HCC music faculty in their annual concert in the Chesapeake Theater. Following the music faculty performances, stroll over to the Student Center and admire the Fine Art faculty’s annual exhibit of paintings, sculpture, photographs, digital art, and ceramics in the Chesapeake Gallery. Join the HCC Artists in Residence “After Hours” at a reception featuring hot jazz, cool drinks, and tasty treats.

January 31 | 3 PM | Chesapeake Theater & Student Center General Seating: Adult $15, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

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WITH A BANG

THE WINTER DOLDRUMS

EXHIBITION

Annual faculty and staff arts exhibition.

1 & 4 PM

TICKETS at

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February 17TH ANNUAL WINTER WINE EXPO

FROM “LIFT EV’RY VOICE AND SING” TO “COMPARED TO WHAT?” LECTURE & DISCUSSION

Presented by Benny Russell

February 3 | 12:30-1:45 PM | Hays-Heighe House No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheighe@harford.edu.

THE JASON BISHOP SHOW

Sample fine wines from around the world, taste great craft brews, and savor delicious food from some of the area’s top restaurants. Must be 21 years old to attend.

BRAD SIMON, INC.

One of America’s hottest illusionists with his cutting edge Op-Art and Plasma illusions, Jason Bishop features stunning and unique state-of-the-art magic. Featuring award-winning sleight of hand, exclusive grand illusions and close-up magic, Jason delivers laughs and a world-class array of talents set to an outstanding rock & pop soundtrack. thejasonbishopshow.com

February 21 | 3 PM APGFCU Arena General Admission: $40 in advance, $50 at the door, $20 designated driver.

FREEDOM RIDERS

February 13 | 7 PM | Amoss Center

FILM SCREENING & DISCUSSION

Reserved Seating: Premier $25, Orchestra $20, Terrace $15

CHANGING AMERICA: THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION, 1863 AND THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON, 1963 EXHIBIT OPENING & RECEPTION

Includes living history interpretation of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Bill Grimmette

February 17 | 11 AM-2 PM | Hays-Heighe House Open to the general public. No admission fee.

HOSTED BY HARFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE ALUMNI & FRIENDS ASSOCIATION AND WINE WORLD BEER AND SPIRITS

Led by Wayne Helper

February 22 | 12-2:30 PM Student Center, Room 243 No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheighe@harford.edu.

OPPOSITE ENDS OF THE SPECTRUM: MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. AND MALCOLM X LECTURE & DISCUSSION

Led by Susan Muaddi-Darraj

February 24 | 12-1:30 PM Student Center, Room 243 No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheighe@harford.edu.

JEREMY KOCH, SAXOPHONE YU-HSUAN LIAO, PIANO SUNDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT SERIES

February 28 | 3 PM Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1 General Seating: Adult $10, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID


March WE LIVED THROUGH IT: GAINING CIVIL RIGHTS IN HARFORD COUNTY

LADYBUG GIRL AND BUMBLEBEE BOY, THE MUSICAL

PANEL DISCUSSION

BRAD SIMON, INC.

Inspired by The New York Times Top 10 best-selling children’s books, this lively new musical “buzzes” with the inventive energy of childhood, celebrates the power of imagination, and promotes a sense of adventure.

Moderator: Christine Tolbert

March 1 | 11:30 AM-1 PM Student Center, Room 243 No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheighe@harford.edu.

Harford Community College’s Cultural Events and Performances has a new name and a new look!

LIVE!

INTRODUCING AT HARFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE LIVE! was created to conveniently showcase all of our concerts, performances, cultural and community events in one place, making it easier for you to find all of the great things happening on our campus. You will also find a new, searchable website at LIVEatHarfordCC.com, along with a new Facebook page that brings together APGFCU Arena concerts and events, Phoenix Festival Theater performances, live shows at the Chesapeake Center, Amoss Center, and Black Box Theater, exhibits at the Hays-Heighe House and Chesapeake Gallery, and other cultural and community events. You’ll probably even hear some new ads on the radio! So from now on, when you‘re searching for great entertainment in Harford County, go to LIVEatHarfordCC.com. Better yet, follow us on Facebook Live at Harford CC, and on Twitter @LIVEatHarfordCC to get the inside scoop on everything LIVE! at Harford Community College.

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DESIGN (GRAPHIC ETC.) EXHIBITION

Curator: Kenneth Jones

March 3 - April 6 Chesapeake Gallery

March 4 | 7 PM | Amoss Center Reserved Seating: Premier $16, Orchestra $12, Terrace $10

AVENUE Q PHOENIX FESTIVAL THEATER

Music and Lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx · Book by Jeff Whitty · Based on an Original Concept by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx · Orchestrations and Arrangements by Stephen Oremus · Puppets Conceived & Designed by Rick Lyon · Present through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI) · Directed by John Desmone This unique puppet-filled comedy follows a group of 20-somethings seeking their purpose in big city life. With gut-busting humor and a delightfully catchy score, not to mention puppets, Avenue Q is truly a unique show that you don’t want to miss!

March 4, 5, 11 & 12 | 7 PM March 6 & 13 | 2 PM | Chesapeake Theater Reserved Seating: Adult $20, Senior (Age 60+) $16, Youth (Age 17 & Younger) $12

AVENUE Q


THE LOVING STORY: LOVE IN A TIME OF JIM CROWE FILM SCREENING & DISCUSSION

Led by Chris Kaltenbach

March 7 | 12-2 PM | Student Center, Room 243 No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheigh@harford.edu.

CIVIL RIGHTS IN HARFORD COUNTY LECTURE & DISCUSSION

THE YOUNG IRELANDERS CMI ENTERTAINMENT

The Young Irelanders features eight sensational performers and a live band that create a unique, eclectic mix of traditional Irish, Celtic, folk, world, jazz, country and popular music. Having toured with Riverdance and Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance, The Young Irelanders have also been soloists on PBS Specials and shared the stage with Bono. theyoungirelanders.com

March 13 | 3 PM | Amoss Center

“THE TIMES THEY WERE A-CHANGIN”: POPULAR MUSIC AND SOCIAL PROTEST, 1963-1973 LECTURE & DISCUSSION

Presented Dennis Golladay, Ph.D., President of Harford Community College

March 22 | 11 AM-12:30 PM Student Center, Room 243 No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheigh@harford.edu.

Reserved Seating: Premier $25, Orchestra $20, Terrace $15

Presented by James Karmel, Ph.D.

March 10 | 11:30 AM-1 PM Student Center, Room 243

SLAVERY BY ANOTHER NAME

No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheigh@harford.edu.

JAZZ VOCALIST JULIE KELLY AN EVENING OF JAZZ

March 11 | 8 PM | Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1

FILM SCREENING & DISCUSSION

Led by Harry Brown

March 15 | 11 AM-1 PM Student Center, Room 243

JAZZ VOCALIST JULIE KELLY

No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheigh@harford.edu.

General Seating: Adult $10, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

THE YOUNG IRELANDERS

TICKETS at

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April CHARLOTTE’S WEB

CENTENNIAL SINATRA: STEVE LIPPIA AND HIS BIG BAND

THEATREWORKS USA

E.B. White’s loving story of the friendship between a pig named Wilbur and a little spider named Charlotte spins this treasured tale of selfless love and the true meaning of friendship.

“Centennial Sinatra” starring Steve Lippia is a celebration of the life and music of Frank Sinatra. Steve is accompanied by a hot 10-piece swing band as well as a stunning video and photographic imagery that tell the story of this once-in-acentury artist.

April 1 | 7 PM | Amoss Center Reserved Seating: Premier $16, Orchestra $12, Terrace $10

THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE: A CANONICAL ANALYSIS WITH NO CONCLUSION LECTURE & DISCUSSION

Presented by Karry Hathaway, Ph.D.

April 4 | 2-3:15 PM | Hays-Heighe House No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheigh@harford.edu.

April 9 | 7:30 PM | Amoss Center

CHARLOTTE’S WEB

Reserved Seating: Premier (All Ages): $35, Orchestra (All Ages): $30, Terrace (All Ages): $20

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC LIVE SPEAKER SERIES - SPINOSAURUS: LOST GIANT OF THE CRETACEOUS NIZAR IBRAHIM

Sponsored by Harford County Public Library and Harford Community College Student Services German/Moroccan paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim will share his exploration and ultimate reconstruction of a full skeletal model of Spinosaurus—the largest predatory dinosaur yet discovered. With amazing video recreating the lost world of the Cretaceous Era Sahara, Ibrahim will tell the story of Spinosaurus’ discovery, loss, and rediscovery, and explain what—other than its size—makes this ancient monster unique.

SUNDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT SERIES

April 10 | 3 PM | Joppa Hall, Recital Hall 1 General Seating: Adult $10, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

FROM DÉBUTANTE TO ACTIVIST FOR PEACE & SOCIAL JUSTICE LECTURE & DISCUSSION

The Life of Adelaide N. Noyes of Harford County

Reception Sponsor: Towson University

Presented by Jim Chrismer

Thursday, April 7 | 7:30 PM | Amoss Center

April 12 | 11 AM-12:30 PM Hays-Heighe House

Reserved Seating: Premier Seat With Reception*$40, Premier $30, Orchestra $20, Terrace $15, HCC Students $10 (*Reception includes light refreshments and Meet the Speakers from 6:15 to 7PM in Darlington Hall, Room 202.)

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CHAD R. BOWLES, PIANIST

Art: Davide Bonadonna

No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheigh@harford.edu.

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MATEWAN

SKIPPYJON JONES SNOW WHAT (& THE 7 CHIHUAHUAS)

FILM SCREENING & DISCUSSION

THEATREWORKS USA

Led by Chris Kaltenbach

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the bravest Chihuahua of them all? This brand new musical based on the book by Judy Schachner is a twist on the classic fairy tale, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” featuring the Siamese cat who thinks he’s a Chihuahua of course!

April 12 | 7-10 PM | Joppa Hall, Room 115 No admission fee, but seating is limited. Call 443-412-2539 to reserve a seat, or email haysheigh@harford.edu.

ANNUAL JURIED STUDENT EXHIBITION Friday, April 29 | 7 PM | Amoss Center

A Baltimore/DC-area arts professional is invited to jury the work of currently enrolled art students.

April 18 - May 20 Chesapeake Gallery

Premier (All Ages): $16, Orchestra (All Ages): $12, Terrace (All Ages): $10

MACBETH

BE THE CHANGE: CELEBRATION OF EARTH DAY April 22 | 11 AM-2 PM Multiple locations on campus

THE HCC ACTORS GUILD

One of Shakespeare’s most popular tragedies. Directed by experienced Shakespearean actor and educator Ben Fisler, this production will raise your consciousness, thrill your senses, and most importantly, make sense to the novice Shakespeare viewer.

April 22, 23, 29 & 30 | 8 PM April 24 & May 1 | 3 PM

A TRIBUTE TO STANLEY TURRENTINE WITH THE DAVE STRYKER ORGAN QUARTET AN EVENING OF JAZZ

April 29 | 8 PM | Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1 General Seating: Adult $10, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

Black Box Theater, Joppa Hall General Seating: Adult $12, Senior (Age 60+) $8, Youth (Age 17 & Younger) $8, HCC Student $8

A TRIBUTE TO STANLEY TURRENTINE WITH THE DAVE STRYKER ORGAN QUARTET

CHAD R. BOWLES, PIANIST

CENTENNIAL SINATRA: STEVE LIPPIA AND HIS BIG BAND

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May BEL AIR COMMUNITY BAND Harford County’s own Bel Air Community Band, under the direction of Scott Sharnetzka, will perform a variety of contemporary and traditional band and wind ensemble music.

May 1 | 3 PM | Bel Air High School Admission: Free (No Tickets Necessary)

PETER PAN HARFORD DANCE THEATRE

Fly away past the second star to the right with Peter, Wendy, Captain Hook, and all of the characters in Neverland! Featuring original choreography, bright costumes, and engaging video projection, this adaptation of J. M. Barrie’s beloved tale will make you want to never grow up!

AN EVENING OF CHAMBER MUSIC The Music Department of Harford Community College presents an evening of music student ensemble performances.

May 16 | 7 PM | Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1 May 13 | 7:30 May 14 | 4 & 7:30 PM May 15 | 1 & 4 PM Chesapeake Theater Reserved Seating: Adult $16, Senior (Age 60+) $12, Youth (Age 17 & Younger) $10

General Seating: Adult $5, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

APPLIED MUSIC STUDENTS IN RECITAL The Music Department of Harford Community College presents talented students of voice and instrumental music.

May 18 | 7 PM | Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1 General Seating: Adult $5, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

AN EVENING OF JAZZ “SECOND SHIFT” AND HCC JAZZ ENSEMBLE

HCC’s vocal jazz ensemble under the direction of Marianne Pastelak, and instrumental jazz ensemble under the direction of Benny Russell, will appear in concert performing a variety of vocal and instrumental jazz styles including blues, swing, be-bop, and fusion.

May 20 | 8 PM | Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1 General Seating: Adult $5, Youth (Age 3-17) $1, HCC Student Free With HCC ID

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June DEVISED THEATRE

Grants and Contributions Special Events and Performances are made possible by:

MARY POPPINS

HCC ACTORS GUILD

A devised theatre event by Leif McCurry and the students of Harford Community College’s Actors Guild This completely original piece will be built around explorations, improvisations, and research into interesting themes/topics/events/ people. Stay tuned as anything could happen this June at the Black Box!

June 3, 4, 10 & 11 | 8 PM June 5 & 12 | 3 PM Black Box Theater, Joppa Hall General Seating: Adult $12, Students/Seniors/Youth/HCC Employees $8

PHOENIX FESTIVAL THEATER

• A grant from the Maryland State Arts Council, an agency dedicated to cultivating a vibrant cultural community where the arts thrive. Funding for the Maryland State Arts Council is also provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.

A musical based on the stories of P. L. Travers and the Walt Disney Film · Original Music and Lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman · Book by Julian Fellowes · New Songs and Additional Music and Lyrics by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe · Co-Created by Cameron Mackintosh · Directed by Kimberly Brueggemann

• Grants from the Maryland State Arts Council and the Harford County Government through the Harford County Cultural Arts Board

Everyone’s favorite practically perfect nanny takes the stage in this supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure!

• Contributions from the Harford Community College Foundation, Inc.

• Grants from other federal and state agencies

• Contributions from Harford Community College Student Services • Contributions from Harford County Public Library • Corporate and individual contributions

June 10, 11, 17 & 18 | 7 PM June 12 & 19 | 2 PM Chesapeake Theater Reserved Seating: Adult $20, Senior (Age 60+) $16, Youth (Age 17 & Younger) $12

July

The “Voices of Change” exhibit and events are made possible by a grant from the Maryland Humanities Council through support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

KINETIC CANVAS: CLAUDE MONET HARFORD DANCE THEATRE

From the company that brought you Kinetic Canvas: Edward Hopper, comes another all-new dance-theater production inspired by the works of impressionist painter Claude Monet. Featuring original choreography and a moving storyline, this is a night for art and dance enthusiasts alike! Join us at 7 PM for an informative pre-show discussion on Monet, his most famous works, and the time period in which he painted to gain context on the show’s inspiration.

July 23 | 8 PM | Chesapeake Theater Reserved Seating: Adult $20, Senior (Age 60+) $15, Youth (Age 17 & Younger) $15

“Changing America: The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863 and the March on Washington, 1963” is presented by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture and the National Museum of American History in collaboration with the American Library Association Public Programs Office. The exhibition is made possible by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) and is part of NEH’s Bridging Cultures initiative, “Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle,” which brings four outstanding films on the civil rights movement to communities across the United States (see http://createdequal. neh.gov). “Created Equal” encourages communities across the country to revisit and reflect on the long history of civil rights in America. Smithsonian

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Information How to PurchaseTickets Online: Your seats are just a click away at

Amoss Center STAGE

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443-412-2211, Monday–Friday, 10 AM–3 PM.

In Person: Purchase tickets at the Ticket Office in the Chesapeake Center, Monday–Friday, 10 AM–3 PM.

At the Door: Any remaining tickets will be sold at the door. The Box Office opens 45 minutes prior to performance.

Inclement Weather: Call 443-412-2211 for performance information.

Refund/Exchange Policy: We maintain a no refund or exchange policy.

Ticket Orders: If you have not received your tickets within two weeks, call 443-412-2211.

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Theaters are accessible to individuals with disabilities. Patrons requiring special seating arrangements must contact the Ticket Office (443-412-2211) two weeks prior to the event. Assistive listening system headsets are available on a first-come, first-served basis and may be requested from the theater staff. Parking is limited. Plan to arrive early. Latecomers will

Booster seats are available in the Amoss Center on a first-come, first-served basis. No outside food or beverages are permitted. Use of cameras, video and recording devices is eventspecific and may be prohibited. Harford Community College and Harford Technical High School campuses are tobacco-free, including parking lots and personal vehicles. Visit LIVEatHarfordCC.com for purchase policies.

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Located on the Harford Technical High School campus, the 908-seat Amoss Center serves both Harford Community College and Harford Technical High School through a partnership with the Harford County Public Schools. Premier seating represents the best seats in the house and is priced the same for adults and youth. Orchestra seating prices vary for adults, youth, and seniors as appropriate.

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APG Federal Credit Union Arena at Harford Community College The APG Federal Credit Union Arena, located in the Susquehanna Center, seats up to 3,200 and showcases a wide range of College and community events. Seating prices vary for each event. The Arena is accessible to individuals with disabilities. Patrons requiring special seating arrangements must contact the Ticket Office at 443-412-2211 two weeks prior to the event.

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