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pathways cover spring 2013Spring 2013
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Horowitz Happenings

REP STAGE'S 21ST SEASON

Rep Stage LogosHCC’s award-winning professional Equity theatre in residence at the Horowitz Center, now in its 21st year, promises Baltimore/Washington theatre patrons another entertaining and thought-provoking lineup for the 2013-2014 season...

"A Young Lady of Property" 
September 11 - 29, 2013
by Horton Foote
Directed by Michael Stebbins
Studio Theatre

"I Am My Own Wife"
October 30 - November 17, 2013
by Doug Wright
Directed by Tony Tsendeas
Studio Theatre

"The Piano Teacher"
February 5 - 23, 2013
by Julia Cho
Directed by Kasi Campbell
Smith Theatre

"The Fantasticks"
Books and Lyrics by Tom Jones
Music by Harvey Schmidt
Directed by Nancy Tarr Hart
Studio Theatre

Season memberships available beginning July 1! Choose a 2-, 3- or 4-play season package for substantial savings and exclusive benefits. Go to www.resptage.org or call 443-518-1500 today.

Issue: Spring 2013  |  Section: Departments 

HOT JAZZ

JazzA cold Saturday in February was warmed up with some hot music at the inaugural HCC Jazz Festival. Assistant Professor Kyle Coughlin, an award-winning musician, composer, and active performer, and fellow faculty members, including renowned bass player Jeff Reed, treated select Howard County Public School System students to hands-on clinics and master classes. Wilde Lake High School jazz ensemble members worked on fundamentals like jazz improvisation and the Folly Quarter Middle School jazz band focused on skills specific to the rhythm section. The festival was topped off with an evening concert by the HCC Faculty Jazz Ensemble featuring standard tunes and original compositions.

Issue: Spring 2013  |  Section: Departments 

PRELUDE TO THEATRE CAREERS

Arts Collective"What do you get when a former HCC student-turned-director, a community theatre veteran actor, and a current theatre major collaborate on a show? Answer: another hit production from HCC’s Arts Collective (AC). Prelude to a Kiss, a funny, romantic, and haunting fairy tale written by Craig Lucas, is Darius McKeiver’s first solo directing role with AC. McKeiver was first introduced to AC in its 2006 production of Our Town and, under producer Sue Kramer’s mentorship, has taken on acting, designing, and assistant-directing since then. Among the cast members are HCC student Keri Eastridge, who conquered her stage fright to land roles in AC’s recent On Broadway and Peter Pan; and Bill Stanley, a regional theatre favorite who first acted at HCC in The Skin of Our Teeth in the years before Rep Stage’s equity theatre residency at the college.

Issue: Spring 2013  |  Section: Departments 

CELEBRATING STUDENT ART

Student ExhibitPaintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, architecture, interior design, digital arts, video and radio productions. At the end of each semester, an “Evening of Student Arts” is held to exhibit and celebrate select artwork in the stunning art galleries and recital hall of the Horowitz Center. A catered reception is held for the artists and their guests, awards are bestowed, and students receive the invaluable experience of exhibiting their creations for an audience. Student awards for the spring semester included: Bob Sine's "Staircase" (President's Award), Anna Lawson's "Five Creamers" (Vice President's Award), Barbara Cavelius' "Texas Tea Pot" (Division Chair's Award).  

Issue: Spring 2013  |  Section: Departments 

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