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Season Partner Rodgers & Associates Season Sponsors Aussie & the Fox Fine Living Lancaster Hagelgans & Veronis Peggy Neff Dance Series Sponsor Mary S. Burton & Laurent Horne Fam Fun Fest and Student Matinee Sponsors FIG Lancaster Magazine Members 1st Federal Credit Union Music Series Sponsors Ann B. Barshinger Linda Holman Marcks Pam & Hugh McGettigan Melva S. McIlwaine Master Class & Concert Endowment Christopher Shih Ware Center Film Series Sponsor Carmen & David’s Creamery

Table of Contents September 4 October 8 November 16 December 24 Fam Fun Fest 28 Art Galleries 30 One Book/One Community 33 Tickets and Information 34 Parking and Directions 36 Events At A Glance 37 2014 Sneak Peek 41 Community Advisory Committee 42 All events are subject to change. Check artsmu.com for up-to-date information.


Dear friends in the arts,

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We have so much to celebrate as we launch the Fall 2013 visual and performing arts season. We have combined the Ware Center and the Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center into one artistic season to deliver the best and most varied experience in the MILLERSVILLE Performing Arts. As you glance through the brochure you will see more than 50 performances by local, regional and national talent—the best in classical music to jazz to dance to theater—both downtown and on campus. Just announced—We are thrilled to have the Van Cliburn Silver Medal winner Beatrice Rana as part of the Melva S. McIlwaine Concert, and the award winning playwright and actor Heather Raffo in her concert performance, Sounds of Desire. Back again this year is the popular Fam Fun Fest with more delightful performances for the young and young-at-heart. We have incredible community partnerships with OperaLancaster, the Literary Guild, Lancaster Symphony Orchestra, and many more that continue to grow and flourish making the Lancaster region shine. Plus we are adding more performances and events to the schedule as we go. So please be sure to send us your name and email address to receive our weekly e-newsletter. It’s the best way to stay in-the-know all season. Here are a few highlights. •

NEW PURCHASE A FLEX PASS Receive a 15% discount when you purchase one ticket to any five different performances at one time. You can mix and match! At this time, University Theatre, free events and a few others are not available. Discount only applies to events denoted with a star ( ).

• NEW Fam Fun Fest Subscription Buy all five different events and receive a 15% discount, PLUS a free ticket to the family friendly Golden Dragon Chinese Acrobats performance on October 1 at 7 p.m. • Many of our performances sold out last year, so we encourage you to get your tickets early! • Don’t miss our Opening Night on September 20 and celebrate the launch of the 13-14 season. We are proud to be Lancaster’s home for the arts and look forward to seeing you often! Sincerely, Harvey Owen and Laura Kendall Directors, Millersville University Visual and Performing Arts Ware Center, Lancaster and Winter Center, Millersville


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September 201 “When I Think of Home”

The Opening Night of the 2013-14 Artistic Season for the Ware & Winter Centers, Millersville University Friday, September 20, 2013 6 p.m. VIP Gala Reception & Dinner in the Grand Salon & Atrium 7:30 p.m. Opening Night Performance in Steinman Hall, Hosted by Kim Lemon After the Show Dessert/Cocktail Reception in Lyet Lobby The Ware Center, 42 North Prince Street, Lancaster, Pa Tickets from $25 and up. For tickets, call 717-872-3811 or online at artsmu.com Dress: Red-Carpet Elegant, Sophisticated, Black-Tie Optional The evening will start with a gala reception under the stars in the Atrium (for VIP ticket holders). With live music and a gourmet dinner specially prepared by former White House Chef John Moeller. The performance will feature fun, lively and brief vignettes of dance, classical music, comedy, festival previews, cabaret, jazz, lectures, poetry, film, opera, theater, popular music, artwork, family programming and some surprises. Special Guest Appearance by Marieann Meringolo, one of NYC’s most acclaimed singers. The post-show dessert/cocktail reception is open to all ticket holders. “When You Think of Home,” think of the Ware & Winter Centers as your home for the arts.

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Department of Music

Anita Renfroe, Piano “It’s Not What It Seems” Assisted by Christy Banks, Soprano Saxophone Sunday, September 22 – 2:30 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $10 general, MU students free Join us for a program of masked characters, instrumental intruders and heartstirring melodies revealed on keyboard and canvas. The collection of inspiring composers includes Beethoven, Brahms, Couperin, Sauer and Telemann. Works may be mimed, danced, or performed on piano, harpsichord and soprano saxophone. Costumes are optional.

The Ware Center Film Series presents

Hard-To-See in Lancaster AwardWinning Documentaries, Foreign, Independent, Locally-Made Films Ware Center – Lancaster In order to present the most current films, a separate schedule of films will be available at the Ware Center front desk starting mid-September. FLEX PASS – Receive a 15% discount when you mix and match 5 starred events.

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September 201

The Ware Center Fall Film Series Kick-Off Special Event

“Homegoings” film screening with Mini-Concert by Composer and Musician Daniel Roumain

and Guest Artist Talk with Director and Producer Christine Turner following the screening. Monday, September 23 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center - Lancaster $10 general, MU students free A documentary through the eyes of funeral director Isaiah Owens, the beauty and grace of African-American funerals are brought to life. Filmed at Owens Funeral Home in New York City’s historic Harlem neighborhood, Homegoings takes an upclose look at the rarely seen world of undertaking in the black community, where funeral rites draw on a rich palette of tradition, history, music and celebration. Combining cinéma vérité with intimate interviews and archival photographs, the film paints a portrait of the dearly departed, their grieving families and a man who sends their loved ones “home.” Daniel Roumain’s acclaimed work as a composer and performer has spanned more than two decades and has been commissioned by venerable artists and institutions worldwide. Proving that he’s “about as omnivorous as a contemporary artist gets” (New York Times), Roumain is perhaps the only composer whose collaborations span the worlds of Philip Glass, Cassandra Wilson, Bill T. Jones, Savion Glover and Lady Gaga. Sponsored in part by Frederick Douglass Black Cultural Celebration and MU Department of Music.

Daniel Bernard Roumain

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John Moeller’s Book Release Party

Dining at the White House – From the President’s Table to Yours

Tuesday, September 24 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster Free, advanced ticket reservations required. Space is extremely limited. This evening is the official kick-off of the publication of Moeller’s book, which provides an insider’s view into the experience of dining at the White House. It includes memorable moments cooking for three First Families; both Bushes and Bill Clinton, plus 100 recipes for one-of-a-kind dishes featuring his trademark use of fresh, seasonal ingredients inspired by Moeller’s classical French training with an American twist. He will do a cooking demonstration, tell a few White House stories as seen from the back of the house and sign his book, hot off the presses.

Innovator in Residence

Joan Blades, A Living Room Conversation

Wednesday, September 25 – 7 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville Free, ticket reservations required In 1987 Blades co-founded a San Francisco based software company Berkeley Systems known for marketing the “After Dark” screensaver and the “You Don’t Know Jack” trivia game. Ten years later, Blades and Wes Boyd, her husband, sold the company for $13.8 million and founded the liberal political group MoveOn.org. She also wrote a book Mediate Your Divorce and co-wrote The Divorce Book. Since May 2005, she has been a contributing blogger at The Huffington Post. Blades and Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner co-authored The Motherhood Manifesto and co-founded the organization MomsRising, dedicated to “bringing millions of people, who all share a common concern about the need to build a more family-friendly America, together as a non-partisan force.”

August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble Saturday, September 28 – 7:30 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $20 general, $17 seniors, $5 MU students, all reserved seating Named after the late Pulitzer Prize winning playwright August Wilson and placed on Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch” list in 2012, the August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble is a company that is dedicated to performing dances that are rooted in the African American dance tradition. FLEX PASS – Receive a 15% discount when you mix and match 5 starred events.

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Oc tober 2013 MU Cultural Affairs Committee presents

Golden Dragon Chinese Acrobats Tuesday, October 1 – 7 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $15 general, $5 students, all reserved seating The Golden Dragon Chinese Acrobats have been captivating audiences of all ages for more than 25 years with their extraordinary choreography, dazzling acts and colorful costumes. Come and enjoy the rich traditions of the Chinese culture; experience an exhilarating and breathtaking performance. A Family Fun Fest Event

Lancaster Literary Guild presents

An Evening with Lancaster’s Poet Laureates: Lancaster County’s three poet laureates share their work and their inspirations Wednesday, October 2 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $15 general, $10 Guild Members, $5 students, free for MU Students

Barbara Buckman Strasko was appointed first poet laureate by the Lancaster Literary Guild in 2008. She is the author of two collections of poetry: Graffiti in Braille (2012) and her chapbook On the Edge of a Delicate Day (2008). Her poem “Bricks and Mortar” was chosen to be engraved in Lancaster’s Penn square. She is the Poet in the Schools for Poetry Paths in Lancaster City. Daina Savage is an award winning freelance writer for numerous regional publications. She has organized and directed spoken word events in Lancaster for nearly two decades, including the annual Seventh Sister’s spoken word festival. Her first collection of poetry will be published in the fall by I. Giraffe Press. She served as Lancaster’s poet laureate 2010-2012. Christine Longenecker is the current poet laureate. She believes poetry is meant to be learned by heart, spoken by mouth and appreciated by ear. Longenecker has been memorizing poetry since high school and she and her husband, Rick Shoup, have been performing Robert Frost poetry throughout Lancaster since 2009. Her own book of poetry, How Trees Must Feel, was published in 2011.

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First Friday – Downtown October 4 – 6-8 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster Matt Wheeler is a Lancaster-based acoustic folk singer and guitarist. He recently released his first full-length album, Strings & Wires, which was two years in the making and will be available on-site. Matt was a featured artist in WXPN’s 2013 Exponential Music Festival in Camden, N.J.

The Art of the Orchid Show Friday, October 4 – Sunday, October 6 (Friday 6-8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 12-4 p.m.) Ware Center – Lancaster Free admission Susquehanna Orchid Society’s The Art of the Orchid Show A huge exhibition of a wide variety of orchids in bloom for anyone who loves flowers. The show will also include orchid-themed artwork and workshops. The show opens Friday, October 4 at 6 p.m.

Sculpture by Jeff George October 4 – October 27 Opening: Friday, October 4 – 6-8 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster Free admission Jeff George is a designer, illustrator, sculptor and art director. For this show, he takes three-dimensional ideas for sculptures and flattens them down to two-dimensional works of art. His highly-finished, detailed work shows parts, pieces and ideas for sculptures he thinks should be built with enough technical thought to include proposed size, construction material and means of assemblage. The end result is incredible finished watercolor and ink paintings. He is also creating a special sculpture to accompany “The Art of the Orchid” Show. This exhibit runs through the month of October. FLEX PASS – Receive a 15% discount when you mix and match 5 starred events.

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Oc tober 2013 Night of Stand-Up Comedy

(Age 21 and older only)

Featuring comics Jess Carpenter, Mary Radzinski, Julia Scotti and ‘Roundboy’ Jimmy Graham Saturday, October 5 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster Mary Radzinski

$25 general

Back by popular demand, Jess Carpenter assembles the best East Coast stand-up comedians for the Ware Center guaranteed to provide a whirlwind night of non-stop laughs. He studied improv in NY and Philadelphia and was a founding member of Iron Lung Improv. His biggest accomplishment in comedy so far is his monthly double-bill titled “Comedian Deconstruction” and “The Not Just Comedy Show” as well as a weekly open mic called R Mic! Carpenter is the host and producer always putting together the best established comedians and Improv teams to give you a unique experience every time. This performance is for ages 21 and older only.

Jess Carpenter

Jimmy Graham Julia Scotti

New This Season—Flex Passes Receive a 15% discount when you purchase one ticket to any five different performances at one time. You can pick the performances of your choice from any of the starred ( ) events, which are featured throughout this brochure and also listed in chronological order starting on page 37. At this time, University Theatre, free events and a few others not produced by the Ware or Winter Centers do not apply. Those events are NOT starred.

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Department of Music

Wind Band Classics – Tried, True and New

Sunday, October 6 – 2:30 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $10 general, MU students free with ID The Millersville University Wind Ensemble, conducted by Dr. Mark Yingling, and Concert Band, conducted by Dr. Keith Wiley, will perform a variety of classic works remaining “Tried, True, and New” to the finest of wind band repertoire.

Allegretto Orchestra Youth Series Concert Sunday, October 6 – 4 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $10 general, $5 students & seniors, children 5-16 years old – Free The Allegretto Youth Orchestra is an elite chamber orchestra comprised of approximately 35 players whose repertoire spans the great orchestral composers such as JS Bach, Copland, Haydn, Stravinsky, Mozart and Beethoven. Its mission is to give the youth of Lancaster County a joyful, high-quality orchestra experience.

Ain’t In It For My Health

A Film About Levon Helm

Monday, October 7 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $10 general, $5 Students Mark Lavon “Levon” Helm was an American rock musician and actor who achieved fame as the drummer and frequent lead and backing vocalist for The Band.  The portrait of the ailing artist is bittersweet, but when Helm sings or plays, the look on his face is pure joy. Director Jacob Hatley’s intimate documentary finds Levon Helm at home in Woodstock, N.Y., in the midst of creating his first studio album in 25 years. Shot during the course of two-plus years, this highly anticipated film—just released this year—focuses in on the four-time Grammy winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member after his 2007 comeback album, “Dirt Farmer,” brought him back to the spotlight. Levon Helm died April, 2012. This film is a tribute to him, his art and his legacy. “ … an affectionate tribute and a gift for fans.” - The New York Times ”A captivating look at a musician hanging onto his art for dear life.” - Hollywood Reporter FLEX PASS – Receive a 15% discount when you mix and match 5 starred events.

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Oc tober 2013 Maria Corley Presents

Ride the Chariot: African American Songs

Wednesday, October 9 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $20 general, $15 senior, $5 MU student The Jamaican-born pianist Maria Corley has appeared on radio, television and concert stages in Canada, the United States, Central America, Bermuda and Europe. Corley completed her undergraduate work at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, and received both a master’s degree and doctorate of music degree in piano performance from the Juilliard School where she was a pupil of the distinguished Hungarian pianist György Sándor. Corley is joined by Jessica Gondwe, soprano; Naomi Christine Leaphart, mezzo-soprano; Christyan Seay, tenor; and Rashard Allen, baritone. The repertoire will include art songs, spirituals and jazz/gospel by African American composers.

Jazz in the Sky presents

Roseanna Vitro, Vocalist

Saturday, October 12 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $20 general, $5 for students, $65 for a table of four Roseanna Vitro received a 2012 Grammy Nomination in the Vocal Jazz category for her Motema debut, “The Music of Randy Newman.” Vitro will be performing with Steve Rudolph, Keith Mohler and drummer Bill Goodwin. “She is a creative storyteller who sings jazz like she means it, understands lyrics & knows how to caress a melody and, most of all, swings like mad.” -Denver Post

MU Cultural Affairs Committee presents

Grace Kelly Quintet

Wednesday, October 16 – 7 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $10 general, $5 students Grace Kelly is an Asian-American jazz saxophonist, vocalist, songwriter and bandleader. She continues to captivate audiences with her stunning maturity and extraordinary command of her instrument, all while introducing individuals to the amazing world of jazz.

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OperaLancaster presents

Opera Macabre

Friday, October 18 – 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, October 20 – 2 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $15 general, $10 students – reserved seating Just in time for Halloween, OperaLancaster presents the ghoulish Opera Macabre, an opera cabaret. Featuring ghosts, witches, magic and madness, Opera Macabre will showcase classics from Mozart, Verdi, Bizet and Saint-Saens. There may even be a zombie sighting! Feel free to bring the kids and come in costume.

Department of Music

Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Lab Band “Jazz at the ‘Ville”

Friday, October 18 - 7:30 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $10 general, MU students free Jazz at the ‘Ville will feature the MU Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Lab Band performing a variety of selections including Swing Era favorites, jazz standards and works by contemporary jazz composers.

Lancaster Literary Guild presents

John Terlazzo & Voices in the Hall, An Evening of original songs and poetry Tuesday, October 22 - 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $15 general, $10 Guild Members, $5 students, MU students free Terlazzo’s songs and poems have been described as “otherworldly,” “Marc Chagall gone aural” and “Leonard Cohen meets Rumi.”  Terlazzo writes, as all real troubadours of any time or place do, out of a desire to understand what it means to be walking in this world, to be wearing this skin, to be tasting each breath …

John Terlazzo, Kristina Machusick and Paul Wegmann will sing songs, breathe some poems and likely throw in a few ancient folktales from any number of cultures when they take the stage.  It promises to be a night like no other.  You’ll be entertained, yes—but you’ll walk away with so much more. FLEX PASS – Receive a 15% discount when you mix and match 5 starred events.

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Oc tober 2013 Melva S. McIlwaine Concert

2013 Van Cliburn Classical Piano Silver Medalist, Beatrice Rana

Tuesday, October 22 – 7:30 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $23 adults, $20 seniors, Free MU students; all reserved seating Born into a family of musicians, Beatrice Rana began musical studies at the age of four and made her concerto debut when she was nine. She has been invited to perform at the Busoni, La Folle Journée, La Roque d’Antherón, Lanaudière, and Radio-France Festivals, and as soloist with the Aarhus Symfoniorkester, Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, Kuala Lumpur Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Internazionale d’Italia, and Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. First prize winner of the 2011 Montreal International Musical Competition, Rana also took first prize at the Muzio Clementi and Bang & Olufsen Piano Competitions. She released her first CD in 2012 of works by Scriabin and Chopin on ATMA Classique. She currently studies at the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover, having previously graduated from the Nino Rota Conservatory of Music. The prestigious Van Cliburn International Piano Competition takes place every four years. Coming from across the globe, 30 of the world’s finest pianists were chosen to compete in the 2013 Cliburn Competition. Winners from past years include: Alexander Kobrin, Russia (2005), Stanislav Ioudenitch, Uzbekistan and Olga Kern, Russia (2001). This concert is sponsored by the Melva S. McIlwaine Endowment to support engaging master classes and concerts for MU Department of Music students.

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Red Rose City Chorus Lancaster Chapter of Sweet Adelines International

Show Business

Sunday, Oct. 27 – 2:00 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $15 general, $10 students What happens when a group of performers can’t come up with a theme for their annual show? Hilarity, of course—and a mish-mashed musical selection ranging from American anthems and Christmas classics to rock ‘n’ roll and modern country. Red Rose City Chorus is the Lancaster, Pennsylvania chapter of Sweet Adelines, an international singing organization encompassing more than 32,000 women. Choruses are located in the United States along with 14 other nations. Red Rose City Chorus meets weekly in Lititz and can be heard throughout the year, singing for civic and charitable organizations, private groups, churches, community events and fundraisers.

Conrad Nelson Fellowship

Pepón Osorio, Artist Lecture Wednesday, October 30 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center - Lancaster Free, ticket reservations required Pepón Osorio, best known for large-scale installations, was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico. Osorio’s pieces, influenced by his experience as a social worker in the Bronx, usually evolve from an interaction with the community within which he is working. He says, “My principal commitment as an artist is to return art to the community.” Osorio has worked with more than 25 communities across the U.S. and internationally, creating installations based on real life experiences. By presenting work in unconventional places as well as museums, the artist explores the multiple meanings his installations achieve at each specific location. Merging conceptual art and community, his work emphasizes the exhibition space as an intermediary between the social architecture of communities and the mainstream art world. Osorio is a professor at Temple University’s Tyler School of the Arts. His work has appeared in El Museo del Barrio, New York (a retrospective); Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Whitney Biennial at Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; Sao Paulo Bienal, Sao Paulo, Brazil and storefronts, department stores and homes in many locations throughout the world. He is the recipient of numerous distinctions including the 2001 Skowhegan Medal for Sculpture, the Whitney Biennial, 1993; an Alpert Award in the Arts-Visual Arts, 1999; and a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellowship. FLEX PASS – Receive a 15% discount when you mix and match 5 starred events.

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November 2013

Remorse by Gail Gray

First Friday - Downtown Lancaster Friday, November 1 - 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Ware Center - Lancaster Free Performance Art: 36 Dramatic Situations (Part 1) In 1921, Georges Polti wrote The Thirty-Six Dramatic Situations, a treatise suggesting that all fictional and dramatic stories are but variations and adaptations of 36 basic plots. Many years later, artist Gail Gray created a series of abstract paintings based on Polti’s 36. And today, a dozen different local performing artists and arts companies, representing a variety of genres (theater, dance, music, spoken word, puppetry, etc.), have each been tasked with creating a 5-minute performance piece based on one of Gray’s paintings. Twelve of these will be explored this year for an incredibly varied and wildly surprising one-hour production that transcends all sorts of boundaries. (Twelve more will be tackled next year in Part 2, and the last twelve the following year in Part 3.) There may be no new plots, but here’s something entirely new: the first time many different Lancaster performing arts institutions, established and emerging, have come together to create a novel and innovative shared entertainment! The Gail Gray exhibit runs through the month of November. Music: Singer/Composer Katie Glorioso Dance:  Previews of The Donetsk Ballet Company of Ukraine, Us-Intron and the Viktor Yeliohin International Ballet Academy’s Performance of “The Nutcracker”

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Rumschpringe 2013 International Short Film Festival Friday & Saturday, November 1 & 2 – Various Times Ware Center – Lancaster Multiple ticketing options available from single tickets to full festival package. Call 717-872-3811 for information. Now entering its sixth season and growing bigger every year, Lancaster’s very own International Short Film Festival takes over the Ware Center with multiple screenings of independent movies from around the world. Awards are given in several categories including animation, comedy, drama, horror, home grown and others. The festival kicks off Friday night with a screening of last year’s winners and a preview of entries from this year. Films are shown by categories all day Saturday. Winners, including “Best of Show,” are announced at the closing ceremony Saturday night.

MU All-Campus Musical Organization (ACMO)

Fall Musical Showcase Friday, November 1- 7:30 p.m. Saturday, November 2 – 2 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $2 for all tickets

The Fall Musical Showcase, directed by student Katerina Bergerstock, features performances of Broadway’s biggest hits including ensemble songs, duets and solos. Proceeds raised from this event go towards a philanthropic organization. Past recipients include American Cancer Society, the It Gets Better Foundation and the LS Foundation.

Bob Troxell’s Big Big Jazz Band and Priscilla Dance present

String of Pearls

Sunday, November 3 – 3 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $20 general, $17 seniors, $5 MU students, all reserved seating In 1968, the Bob Troxell Big Big Jazz Band was organized, to serve as the pit orchestra at a Lancaster politics-spoofing show written by Donald Goldstrom who also happened to be the guitarist in the band. Thus far in its history, the band has played for over 400 fund raising benefit performances, concerts for community organizations, jazz worship services, funerals and other church-related occasions, and at one time featured Harvey Owen as its lead singer! In addition, its musical library has well over 500 arrangements of tunes reminiscent of the exciting sounds of Count Basie, Duke Ellington and many more. The afternoon will include a dance performance by Priscilla Dance. Priscilla Kaufhold is the artistic director of Priscilla Dance. FLEX PASS – Receive a 15% discount when you mix and match 5 starred events.

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November 2013 Sounds of Desire

Featuring Heather Raffo

Tuesday, November 5 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $18 general, $15 seniors, $5 MU students, all reserved seating Lucille Lortel Award-winning Heather Raffo is an Iraqi American playwright and actress who is best known for her one-woman play 9 Parts of Desire. The play, which features monologues by nine highly distinctive Iraqi women was described by The New Yorker as “an example of how art can remake the world.” Raffo will perform Sounds of Desire, the concert version of this play, originally commissioned and performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. She will be accompanied by acclaimed Middle Eastern instrumentalists and vocalists. This production is part of the University’s One Book/One Campus programming and co-presented by Cultural Affairs Committee and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

University Theatre

The Venetian Twins by Carlo Goldoni, translated by Ranjit Bolt Directed by Tony Elliot November 8,9,14,15 & 16 – 8 p.m. November 10 (open captioned) & 17 – 2 p.m. Rafters Theatre, Dutcher Hall, Millersville $10 general, $7 seniors and students In this new translation of the wild 18th Century comedy, identical twins have been separated since birth and are complete opposites in every way. They unknowingly arrive in Verona at the same time and the farce of mistaken identities begins!

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Central Pa. Friends of Jazz presents

Freddy Cole

Sunday, November 10 – 3 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $28 general, $24 CPFJ members & seniors, $10 students Freddy Cole, Nat King Cole’s brother, is one of American popular music’s great performers. Like pop icon Tony Bennett, the 80-year-young Cole—who is a singer, composer and pianist—is a beloved musician’s musician and a living link to the Great American Songbook. “While evoking the suave stylings of Earl ‘Fatha’ Hines and Teddy Wilson, Cole is very much his own man, whose toe-tapping forays recall the bluesy minimalism of Count Basie, the urbane sophistication of George Shearing and the uptown swagger of Duke Ellington.” - Topeka Capitol Journal

Lancaster Literary Guild presents

Andrew Carroll Uncovers the History that Lies Hidden All Around Us Wednesday, November 13 - 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $15 general, $10 Guild members, $5 students, MU students free Andrew Carroll is the editor of several New York Times bestsellers, including War Letters, Letters of a Nation and Behind the Lines. His book, War Letters, inspired the critically-acclaimed PBS documentary of the same name and the audio version of the book was nominated for a Grammy in the “Spoken Word” category. Carroll’s latest book, Here is Where, published in May 2013, chronicles his incredible journey across the United States to find unmarked locations associated with extraordinary individuals and pivotal events in our nation’s history. During years of research, Carroll trekked to every region of the country by car, train, plane, helicopter, bus, bike, kayak and foot to seek out the “hidden history” that is all around us.

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November 2013 The Newstead Trio Thursday, November 14 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center - Lancaster $23 general, $20 seniors, $5 MU students, all reserved seating The Ware Center proudly welcomes back The Newstead Trio, which has captivated audiences worldwide with performances in New York, London, Budapest, Lhasa, Tibet, Florence, Tuscany, Shanghai and Beijing. Newstead features pianist Xun Pan, cellist Sara Male and violinist Michael Jamanis. Their innovative and unique concert programming combines traditional piano trio literature with more contemporary works. 

Department of Music

Orchestra, Wind Ensemble & Concert Band – “To The Colors” Friday, November 15 - 7:30 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $10 general, MU students free The Millersville University Orchestra, Concert Band & Wind Ensemble will be featured in a performance of works that reflect the many seasonal colors of the fall. In addition, there will be a musical salute to the men and women who have served or are currently serving as members of the United States Armed Forces.

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Department of Music

Twenty-Six Italian Songs & Arias – The Hits

Saturday, November 16 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $10 general, MU students free These songs and arias represent the work of some of the finest composers of the 17th and 18th centuries and have over time proven their value in technique, artistry and beauty. This recital is a unique collaboration of talents from Millersville faculty and students, area high school students and special guests. The audience is sure to experience the passion and drama of Italian vocal music and will come to understand why these songs and arias have endured.

Department of Music

Fall Percussion Extravaganza

Featuring guest artists, Loop 2.4.3 Wednesday, November 20 – 7:30 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $10 general, MU Students free The Millersville University Percussion Ensemble under the direction of Mr. James Armstrong will play with guest artists LOOP 2.4.3 based in New York. This event will feature a wide array of percussion literature, including an assortment of electro-acoustics and original compositions. “Loop 2.4.3 creates uniquely American music with a rock and roll heart and skills informed by classical training, jazz, poetry, and experimentalism.  Praised for their “intricate, energetic performances.” -The New York Times “Kozumplik and Watson never sound like makers of arbitrary music...It all sounds like part of a well-thought-out tradition. Only the tradition has never existed until now.” -Fresh Air, NPR

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November 2013 Atzilut “Concert for Peace” Thursday, November 21 – 7:30 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $20 general, $17 seniors, $5 MU students, all reserved seating Atzilut “Concert for Peace” is a 10-member, high energy Middle Eastern ensemble that features Arab and Jewish musicians in concert together to make a powerful statement for peace through shared music. This ensemble features virtuoso instrumentalists who are equally proficient in the rhythms and inflections of both Hebrew and Arabic music, and is co-led by Hebrew and Arabic vocal specialists. This project is partially supported by a grant from Pennsylvania Performing Arts on Tour, a program developed and funded by The Heinz Endowments; the William Penn Foundation; the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency; and The Pew Charitable Trusts; and administered by Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation and the MU Department of Social Equity and Diversity, which is also a sponsor. Part of OneBook/One Campus programming.

Jazz in the Sky presents

Tribute to the Great Jazz Pianists with Fred Hughes Trio

Friday, November 22 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $20 general; $5 for students; $65 for a table of four Fred Hughes and his trio will bring the music of the great jazz pianists to the Ware Center for an unforgettable evening of wonderful music. Hughes has performed with the Baltimore and Chicago Symphony Orchestras as well as jazz greats Claudio Roditi, Al Cohn, Arturo Sandoval, Roy Hargrove, Bill Watrous and Toots Thielemans. As a conductor, he has directed the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, the Atlanta and Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestras, Washington and Chicago Lyric opera orchestras and the Los Angeles Philharmonic and was musical director for the Three Mo’ Tenors.

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Fam Fun Fest:

Billy Kelly and the BlahBlahBlahs Hosted by WXPN Kids’ Corner Kathy O’Connell Saturday, November 23 – 11 a.m. (10 a.m. pre-show activities) Ware Center – Lancaster $8/adults, $4 kids under 12 Kathy O’Connell of WXPN’s Kids’ Corner will be on hand to host one of her favorite children’s bands, Billy Kelly and the BlahBlahBlahs. Come and hear why NPR’s “All Things Considered” praised Billy’s original Kindie Rock (“Kids + Indie”) music for its “endearingly oddball sense of humor.” Among Billy’s achievements is having the #1 kids’ song on Sirius Radio. Enjoy hands-on activities for the kids one hour before curtain, including a musical petting zoo!

Department of Music

Choral Ensembles: Songs of Nature, Night, Snow and Sleep

Saturday, November 23 – 7:30 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $10 general; MU students free, all reserved seating Immerse yourself in the autumnal umber of choral works performed by the Millersville choral ensembles; University Choir, Keystone Singers, Cantilena and Marauder Men’s Glee Club under the direction of Dr. Jeffrey Gemmell. World premieres include Robert Convery’s Snow, Snow, Snow, a “little cantata” in three movements composed in 2011; and freshly edited, previously unpublished anthems by early American composer Johannes Herbst (1735-1812), a pastor at nearby Lititz Moravian Congregation from 1791-1810. Other works include Fünf Gesang, Op. 104 by Johannes Brahms, Sleep by Eric Whitacre, Sure on this Shining Night by Morten Lauridsen and more compositions to soothe your soul. FLEX PASS – Receive a 15% discount when you mix and match 5 starred events.

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December 2013

Lancaster Symphony Orchestra Holiday Brass Wednesday, December 4 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $25 general, $15 students, reserved seating Traditional carols on this year’s program include Joy to the World, Do You Hear What I Hear? and The Little Drummer Boy. Contemporary settings of Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree, Deck the Halls, Santa Claus is Coming to Town and Holly Jolly Christmas showcase the diversity of the modern brass quintet in performing various styles. The spirit of Big Bands and a touch of Brazilian flair also highlight the program. This annual tradition always offers a chance for our audiences to get to know the musicians better as they share their most treasured (and not so cherished) holiday moments.

First Friday

Glad Gifts Friday, December 6 – 6-8 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster Free As a thank you to the community, the Department of Music will showcase mini performances of small ensembles, soloists and alums throughout the lobby to usher in the holiday season with style. Join us for a cup of hot cocoa, holiday treats and festive music to celebrate the kick-off of ‘Glorious Sounds of the Season’ all weekend at the Winter Center on campus.

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Glorious Sounds of the Season – Millersville “Holiday Traditions” Saturday, December 7 – 4 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. Sunday, December 8 – 2:30 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $16 general, $5 students, all reserved seating More than 200 MU students will be featured in a Scholarship Benefit Holiday Concert featuring various Millersville University Ensembles including the MU Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Keystone Singers, Gospel Choir and more. These ensembles and soloists will present a musical variety of seasonal traditions that will lift your spirits and usher you into the holiday season. Get your tickets early; these performances always sell out!

Irish Christmas in America Monday, December 9 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $25 general, $20 seniors, $5 MU students, all reserved seating Back by popular demand—the beloved Irish Christmas in America show sold out the Ware Center last December. Now in its ninth season, this ensemble features top Irish music, song and dance in an engaging performance rich in history, humor and boundless energy. The all new show is produced by Oisín Mac Diarmada of the award-winning lrish group Téada. This time around the tour brings back the amazing Sony-recording vocal group Lumiere featuring Pauline Scanlon, Eilis Kennedy and Donogh Hennessy. Séamus Begley, 2013 TG4 Traditional Singer of the Year, rejoins the tour with his charming wit and stunning vocal prowess.

Lumiere

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December 2013 Cabaret: Christmas Show with Erin Cruise Friday, December 13 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center - Lancaster $25 general, $5 MU students, New! – table for four: $90 This Billboard Top 100 Artist showcases her belting talents in a special, all-new Christmas Show. Last year Cruise’s cabaret was the first to sell-out in our cabaret series and was described by one seasoned attendee as “the best cabaret performer I’ve ever seen.”

Fam Fun Fest:

Hip-Hop Happy Festival Saturday, December 14 – 11 a.m. (10 a.m. pre-show activities) Ware Center – Lancaster $8 adults, $4 kids under 12 Fabulous family-friendly hip-hop featuring Elijah Morton’s CONstruct and Under CONstruct companies, winners of the Platinum Award at the 2013 Turn It Up Dance Challenge, the highest recognition given. Joining the Morton Center dancers will be some surprise guest artists, and there will be plenty of hands-on and feet-on activities before and after the show.

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OperaLancaster

Amahl and the Night Visitors

Saturday, December 14 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $20 general, $10 MU students, children 10 and under are free This American Opera written by Gian Carlo Menotti is an Epiphany piece, miracle story and family friendly one-act all rolled into one. The story, presented through the eyes of a child, tells the tale of Amahl, an impoverished and disabled young boy who lives with his mother and his vivid imagination. One evening, as the three Magi are traveling to see the Christ-child, they stop at Amahl’s modest home. Before long Amahl forms a bond with the aged but young-at-heart King Kasper. A tale of forgiveness and miracles in humble places, Amahl and the Night Visitors celebrates the warm, welcoming spirit of the season.

Jazz in the Sky presents

Next Generation Concert

Sunday, December 22 – 5 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $20 general, $5 students, $60 table for four Discover amazing young rising stars of the jazz world and enjoy an end-ofthe-year holiday party with the musicians.

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Fam Fun Fest

NEW: Family Fun Fest Subscription Get all 6 events and receive a 15% discount, PLUS a free ticket to the family friendly Golden Dragon Chinese Acrobats performance on October 1 at 7 p.m. ($34 Adults, $17 kids under 12, subscription price).

Billy Kelly and the BlahBlahBlahs hosted by WXPN Kids’ Corner Kathy O’Connell Saturday, November 23 – 11 a.m. (10 a.m. pre-show activities) Ware Center – Lancaster $8 adults, $4 kids under 12 Kathy O’Connell of WXPN’s Kids’ Corner will be on hand to host one of her favorite children’s bands Billy Kelly and the BlahBlahBlahs. Come and hear why NPR’s “All Things Considered” praised Billy’s original Kindie Rock (“Kids + Indie”) music for its “endearingly oddball sense of humor.” Among Billy’s achievements is having the #1 kids’ song on Sirius Radio. Hands-on activities for the kids one hour before curtain, including a musical petting zoo!

Hip-Hop Happy Festival Saturday, December 14 – 11 a.m. (10 a.m. pre-show activities) Ware Center – Lancaster $8 adults, $4 kids under 12 Fabulous family-friendly hip-hop featuring Elijah Morton’s CONstruct and Under CONstruct companies, winners of the Platinum Award at the 2013 Turn It Up Dance Challenge, the highest recognition given. Joining the Morton Center dancers will be some surprise guest artists, and there will be plenty of hands-on and feet-on activities before and after the show.

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“Skink”

by Brian Sanders’ JUNK Dance Company Saturday, February 1, 2014 – 11 a.m. (10 a.m. pre-show activities) Winter Center – Millersville $8 general, $4 kids 12 & under With fantastic acrobatics, zany costumes and props, a hearty dose of comedy and a wide range of music from classical to pop, famed Philadelphia dance company JUNK creates a world of magic and wonder especially for kids.

A Day In the Life of Miss Hiccup Friday, March 14, 2014 – 7 p.m. (6 p.m. pre-show activities) Ware Center – Lancaster $8 general, $4 kids 12 & under Miss Hiccup lives alone, but is definitely not lonely. She is accompanied by a raucous cast of sounds and music that make her life an absurd adventure. Hilarious and beautiful physical comedy by an award-winning performer from Japan.

“Music For The Eyes” by Sena y Verbo

Saturday, April 12, 2014 –11 a.m. (10 a.m. pre-show activities) Ware Center – Lancaster $8 general, $4 kids 12 & under Sena y Verbo, Mexico’s leading acting company of deaf and hearing performers, comes North to share its delightful show exploring the union of two different worlds—the realm of silent images of the deaf and the intangible universe of music united by one common language: the theater.

Four Corners Family Arts Festival “Villeapalooza” Saturday, May 17, 2014 – 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville Free Admission Outside on the beautiful campus of Millersville University – enjoy music, dance, visual art and theater! More details to come. FLEX PASS – Receive a 15% discount when you mix and match 5 starred events.

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Art galleries American Qur’an: Works by Sandow Birk September 5 – November 9 Winter Center Art Gallery – Millersville In response to a decade of travel to various Islamic regions of the world and his own research into Islamic religion, American artist Sandow Birk created a large series of codex–like paintings adapting the techniques and stylistic devices of Arabic and Persian painting and albums, blending the past with the present, the East with the West, creating his “American Qur’an.” Presented in the form of illuminated verses and using an English translation of the Qur’an in hand rendered text that is an amalgam of Islamic calligraphy and the letters of urban graffiti that he finds around his Los Angeles neighborhood, Birk illuminates the verses with scenes from contemporary American experiences, both at home and abroad. The project illustrates the entire 114 suras (chapters) of the Qur’an, 40 of which are represented in the exhibition. Birk is recreating the Qur’an in his own hand and illustrating it with everyday scenes as a way to reflect on Islam within the context of American culture and is inviting viewers to do the same. This exhibition was organized by the Andy Warhol Museum and is being toured by Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions (CATE).

Sura 1 (v.1), 2008, Gouache, acrylic and ink on paper. Courtesy of the artist and CATE.

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Sura 1 (v. 2), 2009, Gouache, acrylic and ink on paper. Courtesy of the artist and CATE.

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Lost Connection: A Reliquary for the Telephone Cord Copper, sterling, fine silver, pearls, onyx, enamel, telephone parts; 11” x 6” x 6”

Inspirational Ashes: A Reliquary for Campfire Remains and a Marshmallow Sterling silver, NuGold, bronze, copper, ashes, charcoal, marshmallow; 10 ¼” x 3 ¾” x 3”

Becky McDonah: Esteemed Objects Opening – December 4 Winter Center Art Gallery – Millersville Becky McDonah, assistant professor of fine art metals and 3D design at Millersville, will present work she has made influenced by her interest in historic reliquaries and the presentation of venerated objects. She explores concepts regarding the importance of position, display and access (or limited access) to what is contained. Her intention is to spark contemplation leading to elevation or endearment of the ordinary. Secular reliquaries are McDonah’s focus the items chosen comment on past and present society, relationships and memories. By placing common objects in elaborate settings, she hopes to provide an emotional and visual appeal that sparks a feeling of recognition, agreement or amusement in the viewer. Her creations strive to heighten awareness of habitual performances, products and surroundings through glorification with an underlying presence of cultural practices and ideals on a global, national, regional or personal level.

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Art galleries Etty Yaniv, Drawings October 7 – November 11 Reception/Gallery Talk, Wednesday, October 9 Sykes Gallery, Breidenstine Hall – Millersville Etty Yaniv was born in Tel Aviv, Israel and currently works in Brooklyn. She holds bachelor’s degrees in psychology and English literature from Tel Aviv University. Her degrees in fine arts include a bachelor’s degree from Parsons School of Design and a master’s degree from Purchase College, State University of New York. She is drawing, painting and working with various other mediums such as installation, photography and video. Her work has been printed in publications such as The New York Times, Village Voice, Newsday Magazine and The Nation. She has exhibited in galleries and museums including City without Walls, Aljira, Montclair State Fine Arts Museum, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Dolly Maass Gallery, White Box and Monmouth Museum of Art.

Metals Invitational: Malleable and Migratory November 11 – January 23 Sykes Gallery, Breidenstine Hall – Millersville This exhibition is a collaboration of metal artists who traveled some of the same paths before settling east of the Appalachian Mountians in a relatively small geographical pocket.  Although geographically close, their artistic influences are as diverse as the landscapes they have experienced.  Participating artists include: Eric Burris, Jill Baker Gower, Becky McDonah, Tedd R. McDonah and Stacey Lee Webber.

Cockamamie Candle Holder #3; Tedd R. McDonah

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Join Millersville University’s incoming first-year students as they share and discuss the same book, and attend a host of activities related to the subject, title and theme for the ongoing program One Book/One Campus. In this year’s selection, How Does It Feel to Be a Problem? Being Young and Arab in America, author Moustafa Bayoumi captures the lives of seven Arab-Americans living in Brooklyn, facing various challenges given their ethnic identities.

Author Talk - Moustafa Bayoumi September 12 – 7 p.m. Gordinier – Millersville Free Admission This year’s One Book/One Campus author will give insights to his award-winning book, How Does It Feel to Be a Problem? Being Young and Arab in America.

American Qur’an: Works by Sandow Birk September 5 - November 9; Monday - Friday, 1 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., Saturdays 1p.m. - 4 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville Free Admission See page 30 for more information.

Sounds of Desire, featuring Heather Raffo Tuesday, November 5 – 7:30 p.m. Ware Center – Lancaster $18 general, $15 seniors, $5 MU students, all reserved seating See page 18 for more information.

Open Space Project November 12-21 Winter Center – Millersville Student artistic and performance work will be featured in the gallery, Biemesderfer Concert Hall, Clair Performance Hall, the Library and the Student Memorial Center (SMC) in connection with One Book/One Campus.

Atzilut “Concert for Peace” Thursday, November 21 – 7:30 p.m. Winter Center – Millersville $20 general, $17 seniors, $5 MU students, all reserved seating See page 22 for more information. FLEX PASS – Receive a 15% discount when you mix and match 5 events.

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Three convenient ways to order tickets: 1. In person, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Ware Center, 42 N. Prince Street, downtown Lancaster Student Memorial Center (SMC) located in Room 103, Millersville University Campus

2. By phone, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 :30 p.m. 717-872-3811, relay calls are welcome

3. Online, artsmu.com

Methods of Payment • Cash • Credit Cards: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover • Marauder Gold • Checks: Checks made payable to Student Services, Inc.

Ticket Information MU Students must purchase their tickets in person and show ID. Senior tickets are ages 60 and older. Pre-ordered tickets can be picked up at the Ticket Office during business hours, mailed (if requested) or at “will call” one (1) hour before the event at the venue. Please request all access services when ordering tickets online, at the Ticket Office or on the phone.

Ticket Discounts NEW: Purchase a Flex Pass Receive a 15% discount when you purchase one ticket to any five different performances at one time. You can mix and match from the starred ( ) events throughout the brochure. At this time, University Theatre, free events and a few others not starred do not apply. NEW: Fam Fun Fest Subscription Get all 6 events and receive a 15% discount, PLUS a free ticket to the family-friendly Golden Dragon Chinese Acrobats performance on October 1 at 7 p.m. MU Alumni Receive a 15% off discount on most of our performances. In order to take advantage of this, please call the Ticket Office 717-872-3811 to order. Group When ordering 10 or more tickets to one event, you will receive a 15% discount; you must call the Ticket Office at 717-872-3811 to order.

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• Relay calls are welcome at 717-872-3811. • Accessible and companion seating is available upon request. When purchasing tickets online, please request access services in the box provided on the Order Details page; a Ticket Office representative will call you if changes need to be made to your seats. • All events include personal curbside assistance on request. • Assisted listening devices are available for Steinman Hall, Ware Center and all venues at the Winter Center, free of charge. • Accessible restrooms are located on the first and third floors of the Ware Center, and first floor of the Winter Center. • An accessible elevator is available at both locations. • Please request all access services when ordering tickets online, at the Ticket Office or on the phone.

A Reliquary for the Dandelion by Becky McDonah

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irec t Parking and d

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The Ware Center 42 North Prince Street, Lancaster Parking: Prince Street Garage As you enter the downtown Lancaster city area via Prince Street, Prince Street Garage (Lancaster Parking Authority) will be located on your left at 111 North Prince Street. Another entrance is located on Orange Street, between Prince and Queen Streets. Cash and credit accepted. Discount voucher available. Hager Surface Lot As you enter the downtown Lancaster city area via Prince Street, the Hager Lot is directly across from the Ware Center (East side) on Prince Street. This is a smaller lot and fills quickly. Cash only.

The Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center 60 West Cottage Avenue, Millersville Directions from Lancaster City: Follow Manor Street/PA-999 West. Turn left on North George Street. Take the third right at the traffic light onto West Cottage Avenue. Proceed approximately two blocks and turn left at the entrance to the Winter Center to drop off visitors. Continue past Prince Street for garage parking. Parking: Visitors are able to park for free in the Winter Center visitor parking spaces on the first level of our secure, covered parking garage at the corner of Cottage and Prince Street in Millersville. There is a well-lit walking path from the garage to the Winter Center. Visitors may be dropped off at the Winter Center front door. Handicap parking is available in the surface parking lot adjacent to the Winter Center. Visitor parking tags are not needed at any time when parking in the visitor parking spaces of Millersville’s Prince Street Garage or during events.

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September 5 - November 9

American Qur’an: Works by Sandow Birk Winter Center Art Gallery, Millersville

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Friday 20 6 p.m.

2013-14 Season Opening Night Ware Center, Lancaster

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Sunday 22 2:30 p.m.

Anita Renfroe, Piano – “It’s Not What It Seems” Winter Center, Millersville

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Monday 23 7:30 p.m.

“Homegoings” Film Screening with Mini-Concert Ware Center, Lancaster

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Tuesday 24 7:30 p.m.

John Moeller’s Book Release Party Ware Center, Lancaster

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Wednesday 25 Joan Blades, A Living Room Conversation 7 p.m. Winter Center, Millersville

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Saturday 28 7:30 p.m.

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August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble Winter Center, Millersville

August Wilson Dance Ensemble

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ance events at a gl October Flex Date

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Tuesday 1 7 p.m.

Golden Dragon Chinese Acrobats Winter Center, Millersville

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Wednesday 2 7:30 p.m.

An Evening with Lancaster’s Poet Laureates Ware Center, Lancaster

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Friday 4 6 p.m.

First Friday – Downtown Ware Center, Lancaster

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Fri. 4 - Sun. 6 The Art of the Orchid Show See p. 9 for times Ware Center, Lancaster

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Fri. 4 - Sun. 27

Sculpture by Jeff George Ware Center, Lancaster

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Saturday 5 7:30 p.m.

Night of Stand Up Comedy Ware Center, Lancaster

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Sunday 6 2:30 p.m.

Wind Band Classics – Tried, True and New Winter Center, Millersville

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Sunday 6 4 p.m.

Allegretto Orchestra Youth Series Concert Ware Center, Lancaster

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October 7 - November 11

Etty Yanniv, Drawings Sykes Gallery, Breidenstine Hall, Millersville

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Monday 7 7:30 p.m.

Film: Ain’t In It For My Health Ware Center, Lancaster

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Wednesday 9 7:30 p.m.

Ride the Chariot: African American Songs Ware Center, Lancaster

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Saturday 12 7:30 p.m.

Roseanna Vitro, Vocalist Ware Center, Lancaster

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Wednesday 16 Grace Kelly Quintet 7:00 p.m. Winter Center, Millersville

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Fri. 18 & Sun. 20 Opera Macabre 7:30 p.m. & 2 p.m. Ware Center, Lancaster

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Friday 18 7:30 p.m.

Jazz at the ‘Ville Winter Center, Millersville

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Tuesday 22 7:30 p.m.

John Terlazzo & Voices in the Hall Ware Center, Lancaster

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Tuesday 22 7:30 p.m.

2013 Van Cliburn Silver Medalist, Beatrice Rana Winter Center, Millersville

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October Flex Date Sunday 27 2 p.m.

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Red Rose City Chorus: Show Business Ware Center, Lancaster

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Wednesday 30 Pepón Osorio, Artist Lecture 7:30 p.m. Ware Center, Lancaster

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November Flex Date

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Friday 1 6 p.m.

“36 Dramatic Situations” by Gail Gray Ware Center, Lancaster

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Fri. 1 & Sat. 2

Rumschpringe 2013 International Short Film Festival 17

Ware Center, Lancaster

Fri. 1 & Sat. 2 All Campus Musical Organization Fall Musical Showcase 17 7:30 p.m. & 2 p.m. Winter Center, Millersville Sunday 3 3 p.m.

Big Big Jazz Band & Priscilla Dance String of Pearls Ware Center, Lancaster

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Tuesday 5 7:30 p.m.

Sounds of Desire, Featuring Heather Raffo Ware Center, Lancaster

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8,9,14,15,16 The Venetian Twins by Carlo Goldoni 8 p.m. Rafters Theatre, Dutcher Hall, Millersville 10 & 17 2 p.m.

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Sunday 10 3 p.m.

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Central Pa. Friends of Jazz presents Freddy Cole Ware Center, Lancaster

November 11 - Metals Invitational: Malleable and Migratory January 23 Sykes Gallery, Breidenstine Hall, Millersville

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Wednesday 13 The History that Lies Hidden All Around Us 7:30 p.m. Ware Center, Lancaster

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Thursday 14 7:30 p.m.

The Newstead Trio Ware Center, Lancaster

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Friday 15 7:30 p.m.

Department of Music: To the Colors Winter Center, Millersville

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Saturday 16 7:30 p.m.

Twenty-Six Italian Songs & Arias - The Hits Ware Center, Lancaster

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Wednesday 20 Fall Percussion Extravaganza 7:30 p.m. Winter Center, Millersville

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Thursday 21 7:30 p.m.

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Atzilut “Concert for Peace” Winter Center, Millersville

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Friday 22 7:30 p.m.

Tribute to the Great Jazz Pianists Ware Center, Lancaster

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Saturday 23 11 a.m.

Fam Fun Fest: Billy Kelly and The BlahBlahBlahs Ware Center, Lancaster

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Saturday 23 7:30 p.m.

Winter Center, Millersville

Choral Ensembles: Songs of Nature, Night, Snow & Sleep 23

December Flex Date

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Wednesday 4 Becky McDonah: Esteemed Objects Opening 7:30 p.m. Winter Center Art Gallery, Millersville

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Wednesday 4 7:30 p.m.

Lancaster Symphony Orchestra Holiday Brass Ware Center, Lancaster

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Friday 6 7:30 p.m.

Glad Gifts Ware Center, Lancaster

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Sat. 7 4 & 7:30 p.m. Glorious Sounds of the Season - Millersville Sun. 8 2:30 p.m. Winter Center, Millersville

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Monday 9 7:30 p.m.

Irish Christmas in America Ware Center, Lancaster

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Friday 13 7:30 p.m.

Cabaret: Christmas Show with Erin Cruise Ware Center, Lancaster

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Saturday 14 11:00 a.m.

Fam Fun Fest: Hip Hop Happy Festival Ware Center, Lancaster

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Saturday 14 7:30 p.m.

Amahl and the Night Visitors Ware Center, Lancaster

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Sunday 22 5 p.m.

Jazz in the Sky presents: Next Generation Concert Ware Center, Lancaster

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Sneak peek Upcoming Spring 2014 Events (Partial Listing) The Last Full Measure, An Original Theatrical Performance about the Battle of Gettysburg – January 24 Brian Sanders’ JUNK Dance Co. – February 1 FamFunFest: Skink – February 1 Celtic Festival – February 8 Rosa by American Negro Playwright Theatre – February 18 Roots & Blues Festival – February 21 Lori Belilove Isadora Duncan Dance – February 27 Latin Arts Festival – March 6-8 FamFunFest: A Day In the Life of Miss Hiccup – March 14 Jammin’ Divas – March 15 Indian Arts Festival – March 22 Narek Hakhnazaryan, Cello and Christopher Shih, Piano – March 27 Red Molly – March 29 Celebrate Ballet – April 6 FamFunFest: Sena Y Verbo – April 12 An Evening With Mark Twain – April 12 Catalyst Quartet – April 22 Robin Spielberg, Piano – May 3 Season’s Closing Night Performance— Featuring Danielle Dalli and Ron Barnett – May 12 Four Corners Family Arts Festival – May 17

August Wilson Dance Ensemble

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thank you Our 2013-2014 Community Advisory Council John & Vivien Anderson

David Lyall

Andy Appel

Linda Holman Marcks

Nancy Arnold

Liz Martin

Norman & Joanne Axelrod

Pam & Hugh McGettigan

Tom Baldrige

Clark McSparren

Ann B. Barshinger

Greg Melhorn

Robert & Anne Bowman

Laura Micciche

Norman Bristol-Col贸n

Peggy Neff

Tim & Louise Brown

Dean Oberholtzer

Roger Bruszewski

Rick Oppenheimer & Joanne Judge

Becky Bumsted

Harvey Owen

Mary Burton & Laurent Horne

Michael Powell

Bobbie & Steve Campbell

Karyn & Bill Regitz

Patrick & Linda Castagna

Rick & Jessica Rodgers

Thomas Hills Cook

Fran Rodriguez

Jerry Eckert

Tom & Gina Russo

Bob Fenninger

Stacy Rutherford

Frank Fox

Tom Ryan

Wendell Funk

Chris & Maya Shih

John Gerdy

Kit & Pete Slaugh

Ely & Abbie Gonick

Jack & Joni Soost

Rick & Gail Gray

Elaine Stanko

Lisa Groff

Linda Porr Sweeney

Katie Guild

Patrick Tell

Jim Hagelgans & Gale Zorian

Diane Umble

Jeff Hardin

Jon Walker

Bill Haynes & Pat Smedley

Paul & Judy Ware

Larry Keating & Jan Masland

Doug & Linda Weidman

Jeff Kenderdine

Louise Williams

Laura Kendall

Ted & Mary Sue Wolf

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Notes

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