September Performances and Events
Rep Stage presents
The story of Wilma, a lonely girl who has lived with her aunt since her mother’s death. Her greatest wish is to live with her father in the house her mother left her—in the absence of a real family, the house has become everything to her, and her whole identity is based on this, her one possession.
Dance Faculty Concert
A dance concert of contemporary mixed repertory choreographed and performed by Howard Community College's dance faculty and guest artists.
Making Music, From the
Dave Rybczynski, Saxophone
Join our Saxophone Instructor, Dave Rybczynski, and his quartet for another recital of original music and commentary on composing and bringing jazz music to life. Learn the thought process and get perspective on what makes a jazz piece ready to present to you, the listening audience.
Arts Collective presents
W.I.G., now in its fifth year, returns for a 3-show run throughout AC's 19th season... guaranteeing an outstanding, unique, wig-wearing journey inside truth, storytelling and improv! Seriously funny business... always spontaneous… always honest… and always with audience suggestions and participation... often featuring stellar, surprise guest artists!
A Night to Remember
Cathleen Jeffcoat, Violin
Come and share the musical experience of the first and second class passengers on the ill-fated White Star Liner – with the occasional peak into the Steerage. Musician and Maritime author Bill Scanlan Murphy plays and tells the story of the Titanic with Dr. Cathleen Jeffcoat on violin.
Exploration of Color
Kuei-I Wu, Piano
Following their highly well received recital, the duo of BSO cellist Bo Li and HCC piano faculty Kuei-I Wu return to the series to explore more colorful works for cello and piano, from standard classical Beethoven to Brazilian dancing Piazzolla, finishing with transcribed French violin work, Franck Sonata.