Calendar of Events
Friday, April 16, 2021
I Love Luci: A Devised Play Time: All Day Locations: Online Details:
I Love Luci: A Devised Play
Directed by Jenny Male & Fatima Quander
Available to stream April 15-18 for free. Reservations required.
In this quirky one-act play, four humans discover that Hell isn't quite what they expected.
Friday, April 16 Reserve Ticket Now
Please consider donating the HCC Student Theatre Productions
PLEASE NOTE: We are offering this production free, however, if you are able, we would gratefully welcome a one-time gift to HCC's Theatre Program to support future HCC student theatre productions and events. If you can give a one-time gift, please choose "HCC Student Theatre Department" under the "Would You Like to Donate" section after adding your tickets to your cart.
- To register, select any date between April 15 through 18. The default time for each day is 12:00 am. However, viewers can watch the event at any time (on demand) during the four days of the production. Registrants will receive a link and password to view the event via email confirmation. Since our email confirmations and reminder emails are auto-generated by the online box office system, please be sure to spell your email address correctly during registration.
- The confirmation email receipt will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject, "Horowitz Center Box Office: Order Confirmation".
PLEASE NOTE: If you need help with your order, the Horowitz Center Box Office has limited phone hours to answer your questions. However, the Box Office is unable to take orders by phone at this time. The staff can help you step through your online order and answer any questions related to the online purchase process.
Box Office Hours: Tuesday through Friday, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Phone: 443-518-1500 (leave a voicemail with your name and phone outside of business hours)
Not sure how to purchase tickets online? We have online tutorials to help patrons navigate our online box office system.
HCC at 50: A Blast From the Past Time: 10:00am - 9:00pm Locations: Online Details:
HCC at 50: A Blast from the Past - Daily Life from the First Two Decades
On behalf of the Howard Community College (HCC) 50th Anniversary History Committee, we are pleased to present this collection of photos from the college archives. This collection presents photographs and documents depicting daily life on the HCC campus during the first two decades. From its earliest years, HCC has been more than just a place of scholarship, but has served as a locality for events, personal and community growth, and diversity.
We hope that you enjoy this look back at some familiar faces, now-gone locations, fun events, as well as a look into the inner workings of what made our campus tick in the 1970’s and 1980’s. While not all photos have attributions, we must acknowledge the early work of Quent Kardos, who was the college photographer through this time period. His lens did not just capture the events at hand, but also the character of the places and people in these images.
We hope you enjoy this look back and find, as we did, some of what makes Howard Community College a great place to learn, work, and grow. On behalf of the 50th Anniversary History Committee:
Janelle Broderick, Brian Cumer, Thomas Engelman, Rosemary Williams
FILM DISCUSSION: The Third Man Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm Locations: Online (Zoom) Details:
The Third Man is a 1949 film noir thriller about a pulp novelist who travels to postwar Vienna and investigates the mysterious death of his old friend. After shooting the film, the crew awarded director Carol Reed a bubble level in response to his frequent use of Dutch angles in the film meant to portray uneasiness and tension. Martin Scorsese wrote a thesis on The Third Man in film school, receiving a B+ for it with the remarks, "Forget it, it's just a thriller." You’ll never forget that zither music. Directed by Carol Reed and starring Joseph Cotton, Alida Valli and Orson Welles. 1 hour, 33 minutes.
Available to rent from Amazon Prime for $3.99
Available to check out as a DVD from the Howard County Library
Listen to the podcast of “At the Movies with Mike and Marie” about Orson Welles