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SPRING 2019

Curricular Connections FACULTY

IN THE ARTS

Barry Kornhauser Assistant Director Campus & Community Engagement Ware Center | Lancaster

717-871-7812 | Barry.Kornhauser@millersville.edu


Curricular Connections

2018-2019 CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS

Millersville University's Office of Visual and Performing Arts supports faculty members in their teaching by offering experiential learning through artists sharing their talents and knowledge with students. We are committed to supporting the academic mission of Millersville University through the power of the arts, fostering connections between MU classes and visiting artists. If you haven't already discovered the breadth and variety of presentations at our performing and visual arts centers, we strongly encourage you to take full advantage of our world-class music, theater, film, and dance engagements as an educational tool for your students. This guide serves as a resource, highlighting a number of upcoming spring semester performances and the courses that may have curricular connections to those performances. Please peruse our full 2018-19 season brochure of events available at the Winter and Ware Center or online at ArtsMU.com.

Visiting Artist |Residencies

Guest artists offer Millersville students and faculty members unforgettable personal interactions via classroom visits, master classes, panel discussions, lecture-demonstrations and social events. Each term, we offer a number of opportunities for the campus to interact with the visiting artists who come to perform. These occasions can both enrich the performance experience and illuminate the artistic, social, political or spiritual aspect of the artists’ work for your students. A schedule of artist availability for such complementary programming can be found on each artist’s page. E-mail Barry Kornhauser, Assistant Director of Campus & Community Engagement at Barry.Kornhauser@Millersville.edu or call him at x7812 if you see a curricular connection we can pursue together.

Free Tickets

Abundant research has confirmed that experience with the arts fosters achievement and growth both in academia and in life. With your help, the Millersville University Office of Visual and Performing Arts strives to provide such opportunities for our students. If you are interested in inviting your whole class to any of our performances listed in the guide as part of your program of study, we will gladly provide free tickets to all of those students (and you, as well), subject to availability. Just e-mail Amber Guinther of the Student Services Office at aguinther@ssi. millersville.edu to make arrangements. To assure seating, we recommend that you book at least one week prior to the scheduled performance date. (You may also cancel a booking up to one week prior.)

Your students will thank you for it!

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AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES We the People: Gospel.........7 Mwenso & the Shakes..........8 Man on Fire..........................13 Turning 15...Freedom..........19 Chavela................................. 22 ANTHROPOLOGY Man on Fire..........................13 The Other Mozart................14 Tidal Wave...NextStepRun!.18 Turning 15... Freedom.........19 Chavela................................. 22 BIOLOGY You, Me - Space Between...21 COMMUNICATIONS Prince Charming....................5 Beyond Sacred.......................9 Macbeth................................ 11 Man on Fire..........................13 The Other Mozart................14 Winston Churchill................17 Tidal Wave...NextStepRun!.18 Turning 15...Freedom..........19 You, Me - Space Between...21 Chavela................................. 22 We the People: Welcome.. 25 EDUCATION Prince Charming....................5 Lancaster Gospel Roots.......7 Beyond Sacred.......................9 Man on Fire..........................13 The Other Mozart................14

Academic Department Index Back to the Garden.............16 Tidal Wave...NextStepRun!.18 Turning 15... Freedom.........19 Chavela................................. 22 EDUCATION - EARLY CHILDHOOD Prince Charming....................5 Flamenco Vivo........................6 We the People: Gospel.........7 Mwenso & the Shakes..........8 Third Coast Percussion.......12 Man on Fire..........................13 Back to the Garden.............16 Turning 15... Freedom.........19 You, Me - Space Between...21 Chavela................................. 22 Sonia de los Santos.............26 EDUCATION - SPECIAL ED We the People: Anomie Fatale.....................................15 EMERGENCY HAZARDS AND MANAGEMENT You, Me - Space Between...21 ENGLISH Beyond Sacred.......................9 Macbeth................................ 11 Man on Fire..........................13 The Other Mozart................14 We the People: Anomie Fatale.......................................15 Tidal Wave...NextStepRun!.18 Turning 15...Freedom..........19 You, Me - Space Between...21 Chavela................................. 22 We the People: Welcome.. 25

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP Mwenso & the Shakes..........8 Man on Fire..........................13 The Other Mozart................14 Tidal Wave...NextStepRun!.18 Chavela................................. 22 GEOGRAPHY Beyond Sacred.......................9 Tidal Wave...NextStepRun!.18 Turning 15...Freedom..........19 You, Me - Space Between...21 Chavela................................. 22 We the People: Welcome.. 25 GOVERNMENT Beyond Sacred.......................9 Man on Fire..........................13 Winston Churchill................17 Tidal Wave...NextStepRun!.18 Turning 15... Freedom.........19 Chavela................................. 22 We the People: Welcome.. 25 HISTORY We the People: Gospel.........7 Beyond Sacred.......................9 Man on Fire..........................13 Winston Churchill................17 Tidal Wave...NextStepRun!.18 Turning 15...Freedom..........19 We the People: Welcome.. 25 HUMANITIES Flamenco Vivo........................6

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DAN ZANES

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Academic Department Index

MILITARY SCIENCE SOCIAL WORK WOMEN’S STUDIES Winston Churchill................17 Flamenco Vivo........................6 The Other Mozart................14 US Army Field Band............24 We the People: Anomie SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2018Beyond Sacred.......................9 Fatale.....................................15 Man on Fire..........................13 3 P.M. Back to the Garden.............16 MUSIC The Other Mozart................14 CLAIR HALL | WINTER CENTER Tidal Wave...NextStepRun!.18 Flamenco Vivo........................6 Turning 15... Freedom.........19 Turning 15...Freedom..........19 Lancaster Gospel Roots.......7 Chavela................................. 22 Chavela................................. 22 Mwenso & the Shakes..........8 We the People: Welcome.. 25 Mnozil Brass: Cirque...........10 Sonia de los Santos.............26 All aboard the Night Train! Enter Third Coast Percussion the freewheeling musical.......12 world of The Otherwinner Mozart ................14 GRAMMY Dan Zanes, vocalistSOCIOLOGY and multi-instrumentalist Claudia Prince Charming....................5 Back to the Garden.............16 Eliaza, and percussionist Yuriana Piano Battle..........................20 Beyond Sacred.......................9 Sobrino for an interactive folk opera Dallas String Quartet..........21 Man on Fire..........................13 that takes audiences on a far-out ride US Army Field Band............24 The Other Mozart................14 to the galaxies and back. During a Sonia de los Santos.............26 Back to the Garden.............16 joyous dusk-to-dawn trip to through the stars, passengers on the Night Tidal Wave...NextStepRun!.18 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND Train 57 will discover the power of Turning 15... Freedom.........19 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH friendship and community with the Chavela................................. 22 sounds of 21st-century handmade You, Me - Space Between...21 We the People: Welcome.. 25 RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES sing-along music. This world premiere Sonia de los Santos.............26 During the Performance adventure welcomes travelers of all PHILOSOPHY ages and sensory levels. Beyond Sacred.......................9 THEATER Man on Fire..........................13 Prince Charming....................5 Macbeth................................ 11 PSYCHOLOGY The Other Mozart................14 CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS Macbeth................................ 11 Winston Churchill................17 Man on Fire..........................13 You, Me - Space Between...21 EDUC 535 ERCH 110 ERCH 316 ERCH 345 Social SPED 346 The Other Mozart................14 Literature Introduction to Creative Studies for the Secondary Turning 15...Freedom..........19 UNIVERSITY for Children Early Childhood Experiences for Young Learner Students with Chavela. ................................ 22 Beyondthe Sacred. and Young Education Young......................9 Child Disabilities in Adolescents

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MUSI 103 The Language of Music I

Inclusive Settings: Educational and Social Implications

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PENNSYLVANIA BALLET II:

Prince Charming FRIDAY, JANUARY 18 | 1:30 P.M. SATURDAY, JANUARY 19 | 1 P.M.

STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER We all know about Cinderella and how she met her prince. But what if the Prince himself told the story? From PA Ballet II, the company that brought us the delightful ballet interpretations of Snow White and The Jungle Book, enjoy this brand new ballet choreographed by Assistant Artistic Director Samantha Dunster with a score by Kermit Poling. This is a sensory-friendly performance.

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Post-performance Q&A On cover: Dan Zanes & Claudia Eliaza with kids

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS COMM 431 The Body in Communication

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EDUC 433 Gender & Race Issues

ERCH 316 Creative Experiences for the Young Child

SOCY 329 01 Feminist Theory

THEA 120 Stagecraft THEA 412 Design Basics

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F lamenco Vivo: Voces del Sur

THURSDAY, JANUARY 24 11 A.M. & 7:30 P.M. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25 | 7:30 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER Voces del Sur features music and dance for a glimpse into the unique and mysterious land of Andalucía, the “cradle of flamenco” and home to a diverse group of cultures, each with its own language and traditions. Arabic, Gypsy and Sephardic Jewish influences, blending together over the centuries, are seen today in the extraordinarily rich diversity of art, literature, dance and music.

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Friday, January 25 Pre-show Perspectives lecture, “Flamenco: In Our Own Words” with emerita professor of Spanish Dr. Ana Börger-Greco and Lola Greco at 6:45 P.M.

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS ERCH 315 Family/ Community Aspects of Diversity

HUMN 380 Latino Issues of Identity

MUSI 100 Music & Culture

MUSI 103 Language of Music

SOWK 350 Encounters in Human Diversity

MUSI 303

SPAN 334

Latino Music in U.S.

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SPAN 371 Spanish in U.S.

Spanish American Civilization

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Lancaster Gospel Roots

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1 | 7 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER A powerhouse celebration of gospel music and uplifting spoken word. Special guests include the Gospel Sounds of Lancaster featuring Soul House vocalist Amy Shaffer, the Anthony Pieruccini Trio, Ray’s Temple Church Choir, spoken word artist David Barton and more.

PERFORMANCE ONLY

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS AFAM 401

EDUC 433

ERCH 315

HIST 273

MUSI 369

Senior Seminar

Gender & Race Issues

Family/ Community Aspects of Diversity

Afro-American History 2

West African Music & Dance

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CLUB 42

Mwenso & the Shakes

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2 | 7:30 P.M. THE ATRIUM | WARE CENTER Michael Mwenso and the Shakes, a unique troupe of global artists, present African and Afro-American music that merges the highest form of artistry while commanding a formidable time line of jazz and blues. Immigrating from all over the world, the Shakes all now call Harlem their home. Influenced by the stylings of Fats Waller, Muddy Waters, James Brown and many others, Michael Mwenso leads an electrifying show the New York Times calls “intense, prowling and ebullient.”

PERFORMANCE ONLY

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS AFAM 401

ENTR 201

ERCH 315

MUSI 369

Senior Seminar

The Art of Entrepreneurship

Family/ Community Aspects of Diversity

West African Music & Dance

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Beyond Sacred: Voices of Muslim Identity THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2019 7:30 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER

Beyond Sacred, a chamber piece of storytelling and seated opera for the spoken word is based on true stories of the social challenges faced by the five Muslim performers on stage. Though they hail from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds, their stories of school, work and life create a beautiful, sometimes humorous yet intensely poignant cry for tolerance at a time when such sentiments are more necessary than ever. Performance will have ASL interpretation and audio description.

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Wednesday, February 6 – Classroom Workshop Thursday, February 7 – Pre-show Perspectives lecture at 6:45 P.M.

This engagement of Ping Chong + Company is funded in part through the Mid Atlantic Tours program of Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS COMM 401

ERCH 315

Critical-Cultural Studies Comm

Family/ Community Aspects of Diversity GEOG 120 Human Geography

EDUC 433 Gender & Race Issues ENGL 242 06 Reading Our World: Social Justice

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GOVT 379 Immigration Politics

GEOG 226 Political Geography GOVT 361 Politics of Race & Ethnicity

HIST 308 Civil Rights & Civil Liberties PHIL 313 World Religions

SOCY 211

SOWK 323

Social Problems

Human Behavior & Social Envir 2

SOCY 441 Urban Society SOWK 203 Human Behavior & Social Envir 1

SOWK 350 Encounters in Human Diversity UNIV 103.01 Human Rights

PHIL 382 Philosophy of Religion

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Mnozil Brass: Cirque

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2019 7:30 P.M. CLAIR HALL | WINTER CENTER Mnozil Brass has established itself as the world’s premier brass ensemble and will be exploring the depths of their instruments to entertain you in the brand-new show, Cirque. This talented septet enters the ring to combat the monkey business of daily life with music and humor while transforming the stage into a musical flea circus. Mnozil Brass are strong believers that the earth is round and diligently go out of their way, traveling the globe on a mission of bringing their Elysian style of music and laughter to the rest of the world.

RESIDENCY PERFORMANCE OPPORTUNITIES ONLY During the Performance

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS MUSI 103 Language of Music

MUSI 124 Commercial Music Lab Band

MUSI 290 Music Industry

MUSI 324 Commercial Music Ensemble

MUSI 373 Art of Instrumental Techniques MUSI 424 Jazz Ensemble

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Macbeth

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2019 9:30 A.M. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2019 7:30 P.M. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2019 2 & 7:30 P.M. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2019 2 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER CO-PRESENTED WITH THE PEOPLE’S SHAKESPEARE PROJECT | Macbeth, “full of sound and fury,” is one of the most iconic of Shakespeare’s tragedies. It is the story of a husband and wife craving the power of the throne and willing to go down some very dark and lonely roads to maintain that power. It is a story filled with magic, greed, treason, guilt and eventual madness, with some of the most glorious poetry ever written.

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Friday, February 15 Pre-show Perspectives Lecture at 6:45pm

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS COMM 100 Fundamentals of Speech COMM 101 Intro to Communication

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ENGL 405 Shakespeare

THEA 120 Stagecraft

PSYC 100 General Psychology

THEA 217 Theatre Appreciation

THEA 341 History of Theatre 2

THEA 412 Design Basics

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Third Coast Percussion:

Paddle to the Sea

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2019 7:30 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER

Celebrating the classic children’s book and Academy-nominated film, this GRAMMY award winning, classically trained percussive quartet takes you on a multi-media journey to the open sea with their score that looks at our relationship to the bodies of water that connect our lives.

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Thursday, February 14 Workshop

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS ERCH 316 Creative Experiences for Young Child

ERCH 435 Literature for the Young Child MUSI 103 Language of Music

MUSI 124 Commercial Music Lab Band MUSI 153 Percussion 1

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MUSI 290

MUSI 373

Music Industry

Art of Instrumental Techniques

MUSIC 324 Commercial Music Ensemble

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Man on Fire TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2019 7 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER Grand Saline, Texas, a town east of Dallas, has a history of racism – a history the community doesn’t talk about. This shroud of secrecy ended when one man self immolated to protest their racism in 2014, shining a spotlight on the town’s dark past. Man on Fire untangles the pieces of this protest and questions the racism in Grand Saline today. Running time: 54 minutes. Our popular On Screen/In Person series is back for the third season and is made possible by the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation through the generous support of the National Endowment for the Arts’ Regional Touring Program.

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS AFAM 401 Senior Seminar

ANTH 227 Culture Through Film COMM 100 Fundamentals of Speech COMM 101 Intro to Communication COMM 323 Producing for Digital Media COMM 326 Media Writing: News COMM 401 CriticalCultural Studies Comm

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EDUC 433

Gender & Race Issues ENGL 240 Intro to Film ENGL 242.04 Reading Our World: American ID

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Wednesday, February 26 & 27 Classroom discussion and workshops with filmmaker. Pre-screening panel Feb. 26 at 6:15 P.M. Post-screening and Q & A with filmmaker.

ENTR 201 The Art of Entrepreneurship ERCH 315 Family/ Community Aspects of Diversity GOVT 279 Political Theory, Literature, & Film

PHIL 327

SOCY 211

Philosophy in Film

Social Problems

PHIL 382

SOCY 329.03 Community Sociology

Philosophy of Religion

SOWK 203

PSYC 100

Human Behavior & Social Envir 1

General Psychology

ENGL 242 06 Reading Our World: Social Justice

GOVT 361 Politics of Race & Ethnicity

ENGL 482

Afro-American History 2

Film & American Society

Psychology of Human Adjustment

HIST 308

PSYC 318

Civil Rights & Civil Liberties

Psychology of Racism

ENGL 483 Politics, Film, Electronic Media

HIST 273

PSYC 256

SOWK 323 Human Behavior & Social Envir 2

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The Other Mozart

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2019 7:30 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER

Little Matchstick Factory’s The Other Mozart is the true, forgotten story of Amadeus’ sister, Nannerl Mozart – a prodigy, keyboard virtuoso and composer who performed throughout Europe with her brother to equal acclaim but her work and story faded away, lost to history. Created by Sylvia Milo and directed by Isaac Byrne, The Other Mozart is based on facts, stories and lines pulled directly from the Mozart family’s humorous and heartbreaking letters. This performance will have open captioning.

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Thursday & Friday, February 28 & March 1 Thursday-Friday: Classroom workshops. Thursday: Pre-show Perspectives lecture at 6:45 P.M.

ANTH 344

EDUC 433

MUSI 103

SOCY 201

THEA 217

Gender, Race & Class

Gender & Race Issues

Language of Music

Theatre Appreciation

COMM 100

ENGL 242.05

MUSI 363

Sociology of the Family SOCY 329.01

THEA 412

Fundamentals of Speech

Reading Our World: Gender/Sex

Music History/ Literature

Feminist Theory

Design Basics

COMM 101

ENTR 201

PSYC 100

SOWK 203

WSTU 220

Introduction to Communication

The Art of Entrepreneurship

General Psychology

Human Behavior & Social Envir 1

Intro to Women’s & Gender Study

SOWK 323

WSTU 488

MUSI 100 Music & Culture

PSYC 335 Personality Theory PSYC 403 Family Systems

Human Behavior & Social Envir 2

Senior Seminar

THEA 120 Stagecraft

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Anomie Fatale FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 2019 7 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER

Honor National Disabilities Month with a special performance by Philadelphia singer/songwriter Anomie Fatale, who after being stricken with a rare neurological condition and subsequent brain and spinal surgeries, turned to a life of music, the arts and disability rights activism.

PERFORMANCE ONLY

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS ENGL 242.06

SPED 321

SPED 434

WSTU 220

WSTU 488

Reading Our World: Social Justice

Severe Disability in Inclusive Settings

Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities

Intro to Women’s & Gender Study

Senior Seminar

SPED 101

SPED 330

Orientation to Special Education

Discrim/Oppress People with Disabilities

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SPED 442 Effective Instruction for Students with Disabilities

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CLUB 42

Back to t he Garden

FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2019 7:30 P.M. THE ATRIUM | WARE CENTER Back to the Garden pays tribute to folkrock trailblazers Joni Mitchell, Carole King and Laura Nyro whose influence and inspiration paved the way for women in music, art and life as they bravely explored territory outside the accepted confines for women in the music industry. Featuring Melissa Hammans (Company, Smokey Joe’s Cafe), Shaleah Adkisson (Hair, Rent, the Ware Center’s Amy Sings Aretha), and Maddy Wyatt (Band of Wyatt).

PERFORMANCE ONLY

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS EDUC 433 Gender & Race Issues

ENGL 242 06

MUSI 100

MUSI 290

WSTU 220

Reading Our World: Social Justice

Music & Culture

Music Industry

MUSI 103 Language of Music

Intro to Women’s & Gender Study

SOCY 329 01 Feminist Theory

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WSTU 488 Senior Seminar

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Winston Churchill: T he Blitz

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 2019 7:30 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER From his study at Chartwell, The Blitz recounts Churchill’s courageous 1930s journey from historical footnote to the most beloved leader and statesman in recorded history. Experience an astonishingly nuanced, humorous, witty, REAL Winston Churchill with gravitas and grit as Randy Otto shatters the imaginary 4th wall, transporting the audience from tears to laughter and back again. Discounted $5 MU Student tickets available at a ticket office location with a valid ID; limit 1 per ID.

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Pre-show Perspectives Lecture at 6:45 P.M. Seating is limited and not guaranteed. Early arrival is encouraged.

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS COMM 100

GOVT 231

HIST 105

HIST 360

THEA 217

Fundamentals of Speech

Intro to Political Theory

The Craft of History

The Second World War

Theatre Appreciation

COMM 101

GOVT 251

HIST 218

MILS 101

Intro to Communication

Intro to Global Politics

People and the Environment

Intro to Military Science

GOVT 221

HIST 102

Intro to Comparative Political Systems

Europe & World 1789 to Present

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From t he Second Wave to t he Tidal Wave & NextStepRun!

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2019 7 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES

Second Wave Filmmaker Pam Maus uses the voices of others who came of age, went to college, and were swept up into the Second Wave Feminist Movement. In NextStepRun!, Maus film follows four women from different locations, backgrounds and political affiliations running for elective office in their local House districts during the 2014 midterm elections.

Wednesday & Thursday, March 20 & 21 Wednesday-Thursday: Classroom discussions and workshops. Wednesday: Pre-screening panel at 6:15 p.m./post-screening talk-back with filmmaker.

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS ANTH 227 Culture Through Film ANTH 344 Gender, Race & Class COMM 100 Fundamentals of Speech

EDUC 433

ENGL 242 .06

GEOG 120

SOCY 101

Gender & Race Issues

Reading Our World: Social Justice

Human Geography

Intro to Sociology

ENGL 240

ENGL 482

GOVT 111

SOCY 329.01

Intro to Film

Film & American Society

Intro to American Government

Feminist Theory

ENGL 483

GOVT 279

Politics, Film, Electronic Media

Political Theory, Literature, & Film

ENTR 201

HIST 105

The Art of Entrepreneurship

The Craft of History

ENGL 242.04

COMM 101 Intro to Communication

Reading Our World: American ID

COMM 323 Producing for Digital Media

ENGL 242.05 Reading Our World: Gender/Sex

SOCY 329.03 Community Sociology WSTU 220 Intro to Women’s & Gender Study WSTU 488 Senior Seminar

COMM 326 Media Writing: News

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Turning 15 on t he Road to F reedom

THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2019 10:30 A.M. & 7:30 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER This one-woman show starring Damaras Obi and directed by actress Ally Sheedy tells the moving, true story of Lynda Blackmon, the youngest person to walk all the way from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, on the Voting Rights March in 1965. Jailed nine times before her 15th birthday, Blackmon fought alongside Martin Luther King Jr. to secure the right to vote for African Americans. This performance offers ASL and audio description. Discounted $5 MU Student tickets available at a ticket office location with a valid ID; limit 1 per ID.

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Pre-show Perspectives lecture at 6:45 P.M.

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS AFAM 401 Senior Seminar ANTH 344 Gender, Race & Class COMM 401 Critical-Cultural Studies EDUC 433 Gender & Race Issues ENGL 242.04 Reading Our World: American ID

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ENGL 242.05 Reading Our World: Gender/Sex ENGL 242.06 Reading Our World: Social Justice ERCH 315 Family/Community Aspects of Diversity GEOG 120 Human Geography GOVT 361 Politics of Race & Ethnicity

HIST 105 The Craft of History HIST 106 Contours of U.S. History HIST 273 Afro-American History 2 HIST 308 Civil Rights & Civil Liberties HIST 365 The Nightmare Years: 1954-74

PSYC 318 Psychology of Racism SOCY 211 Social Problems SOCY 329.01 Feminist Theory SOWK 350 Encounters in Human Diversity

WSTU 220 Intro to Women’s & Gender Study WSTU 488 Senior Seminar

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Piano Bat t le

FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2019 7:30 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER Two Pianists. Six Rounds. Chopin vs. Liszt, Debussy vs. Schubert, Black vs. White. Who will be the first to cross the finish line? The audience will decide! Part serious classical recital, part tongue-in-cheek performance by two world-renowned pianists, Andreas Kern and Paul Cibis, the Piano Battle is a unique concert that pleases both the ear and the eye.

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Friday, March 29, 3 P.M. – Classroom Workshop

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS MUSI 103

MUSI 131

MUSI 290

MUSI 331

MUSI 373

Language of Music

Piano 1

Music Industry

Piano 3

Art of Instrumental Techniques

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You and Me and t he Space Between WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 2019 10 A.M. & 7 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER

The island is sinking. Its adults are useless. Time for the kids to save the day! The island of Proud Circle springs a leak and its citizens must find a way to stop their home from disappearing. It takes the wondering mind of a child to save the island, its people and their ways. From Australia’s world-renowned Terrapin Puppet Theatre, comes a tale that is brought to life by storytelling, choreographed projections and live drawn animation that explores the plight of refugees fleeing environmental change, told through the eyes of a child. Audio description and ASL services available for this performance.

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Post-show Q&A

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS BIOL 314 Population Community Ecology BIOL 472 02 Human Ecology COMM 100 Fundamentals of Speech COMM 101 Intro to Communication

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EHEM 201 Intro to Emergency Management EHEM 305 Disaster Management & Community Risk Reduction EHEM 319 Emergency Management Planning

ERCH 316 Creative Experiences for Young Child ERCH 435 Literature for the Young Child GEOG 101 The Global Environment

GEOG 141 World Regional Geography GEOG 202 Resources & The Environment OSEH 435 Environmental Health

THEA 120 Stagecraft THEA 217 Theatre Appreciation THEA 412 Design Basics

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Chavela THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2019 7 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER A thought-provoking look at the life of Costa Rican singer Chavela Vargas, Chavela weaves an arresting portrait of a woman who dared to dress, speak, perform and dream to her own unique beat. Centered around exclusive, never-before-seen interview footage of Vargas shot in 1991 and guided by the artist’s voice, Chavela explores the myths and tales that others have told about her and those she spread about herself. Running time: 93 minutes.

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Thursday & Friday, April 4 & 5

Our popular On Screen/In Person series is back for the third season and is made possible by the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation through the generous support of the National Endowment for the Arts’ Regional Touring Program.

Thursday-Friday: Classroom discussion and workshops with filmmaker. Thursday: Pre-screening and panel at 6:15 p.m./post-screening talk with filmmaker.

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS ANTH 227 Culture Through Film COMM 100 Fundamentals of Speech COMM 101 Introduction to Communication

COMM 401 Critical-Cultural Studies Comm

ENGL 483

GOVT 279

EDUC 433 Gender & Race Issues

Politics, Film, Electronic Media

Political Theory, Literature, & Film

ENTR 201

GEOG 120

The Art of Entrepreneurship

Human Geography

ERCH 315

PSYC 100

Family/Community Aspects of Diversity

General Psychology

ENGL 240 Intro to Film ENGL 242.05 Reading Our World: Gender/Sex

PSYC 256

SOCY 329.01 Feminist Theory SOWK 350 Encounters in Human Diversity

WSTU 220 Intro to Women’s & Gender Study

WSTU 488 Senior Seminar

Psychology of Human Adjustment Contact Barry.Kornhauser@millersville.edu or 717-871-7812

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2018-2019 CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS

Dallas String Quartet THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 2019 7:30 P.M. CLAIRE HALL | WINTER CENTER

A fusion of classical and contemporary music on both traditional and electric strings, Dallas String Quartet is an international music sensation. Comprised of composer and violist Ion Zanca, violinists Eleanor Dunbar and Melissa Priller, and bassist Young Heo, DSQ takes you on a journey to the nexus of classical music and modern pop where artists like Beethoven and Bono collide. As a special feature, this performance will include Tell School of Music students performing with the quartet. This performance is made possible through the Melva S. McIlwaine Concert and Masterclass Endowment Fund.

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES April 12, 3 P.M. – McIlwaine Masterclass

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS MUSI 103

MUSI 251

MUSI 290

MUSIC 324

MUSI 373

Language of Music

Strings 2

Music Industry

Commercial Music Ensemble

Art of Instrumental Techniques

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Contact Barry.Kornhauser@millersville.edu or 717-871-7812


2018-2019 CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS

The Jazz Ambassadors

OF THE US ARMY FIELD BAND SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 2019 7 P.M. CLAIR HALL | WINTER CENTER

The Jazz Ambassadors, the official touring big band of the United States Army, will perform songs from the Big Band Era in its show “The Greatest Generation” as well as the Armed Forces songs. The Ambassadors, whose reputation for excellence has earned it the title “America’s Big Band,” will also be joined on stage by select MU jazz students.

PERFORMANCE ONLY

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS MILS 210

MUSI 124

MUSI 290

MUSI 373

Self & Team Development

Commercial Music Lab Band

Music Industry

MUSIC 324

Art of Instrumental Techniques

MUSI 103 Language of Music

MUSI 220 Concert Band

Commercial Music Ensemble

Contact Barry.Kornhauser@millersville.edu or 717-871-7812

MUSI 381 Conducting 1

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2018-2019 CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS

Acts of Welcome

FRIDAY, MAY 3, 2019 7 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER In its second year, Acts of Welcome is a celebration of the immigrant/refugee community of Lancaster, PA, the city dubbed “The Refugee Capital of the USA.” The evening will feature the visual and performing art of some of Lancaster’s newest residents hailing from a variety of different countries. While a free event, donations will gladly be accepted to support the important work of Church World Service Immigration and Refugee Office.

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS COMM 401

ERCH 315

GEOG 226

GOVT 379

SOCY 211

Critical-Cultural Studies in Communication

Family/ Community Aspects of Diversity

Political Geography

Immigration Politics

Social Problems

GOVT 361

HIST 308

Politics of Race & Ethnicity

Civil Rights & Civil Liberties

ENGL 242.06 Reading Our World: Social Justice

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GEOG 120 Human Geography

SOWK 350 Encounters in Human Diversity

Contact Barry.Kornhauser@millersville.edu or 717-871-7812


2018-2019 CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS

Sonia de los Santos Quintet

SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2019 1 P.M. STEINMAN HALL | WARE CENTER Join us for a Cuatro de Mayo celebration as Sonia De Los Santos takes the audience on a musical journey from Latin America to New York City. Born and raised in Monterrey, Mexico, Sonia has been touring the world since 2007, singing in English and Spanish, playing guitar, mandolin, jarana and lighting up the stage with her effervescent style of music. Messages of joyful community music-making and cultural bridge building will inspire and excite children and grownups of all backgrounds. This is a sensory-friendly performance.

RESIDENCY OPPORTUNITIES Post-show Q&A.

CURRICULUM CONNECTIONS ERCH 315

MUSI 100

Family/ Community Aspects of Diversity

Music & Culture

MUSI 103 Language of Music

MUSI 303 Latino Music in U.S.

SOWK 350 Encounters in Human Diversity SPAN 371 Spanish in U.S.

Contact Barry.Kornhauser@millersville.edu or 717-871-7812

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