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  • Friday, November 20, 2020

    • Talking Circles (Diversity Index # 8552) Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm Locations: Online (Zoom) Details:

      Diversity Co-Chairpersons Crystal Walker and Cindy Nicodemus will be hosting four talking circles during the fall 2020 semester. These talking circles are a safe space where you can bring your full-self to share your emotions in a shared community. There are times when we need to talk and have others actively listen and validate our feelings.

      This Talking Circle is exclusive to HCC staff and leadership (full-time and part-time) only. Please register for this event using your HCC email account. To receive diversity credit, register through myHCC using Diversity Index #8552.

      To receive the Zoom link, please also visit
    • EVERYBODY Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm Locations: Online Details:



      By Branden Jacobs Jenkins

      Directed by Bill Gillett
      November 11-22, 2020

      THE STORY: This modern riff on the fifteenth-century morality play Everyman follows Everybody (chosen from amongst the cast by lottery at each performance) as they journey through life’s greatest mystery—the meaning of living.

      Finalist for the 2018 Pulitzer Prize. “This is theatre rather unlike anything you might have seen…unusual, unconventional and eye-opening…Everyman is no barrel of laughs, being a morality play about death. EVERYBODY tells the same tale, with equal emotional heft; but it is not only provocative and involving, it is also funny. Wildly funny, in fact.” —Huffington Post. “…[a] very meta and saucy adaptation…” —Time Out NY. “[EVERYBODY] fills the heart in a new and unexpected way.” —The New Yorker.


      The performance will be shown online. A link will be sent to all patrons on the day of each performance. Please note that each performance will have a unique link. Please register for multiple nights to see more than one performance. Please note that the performances times listed denote when the performances will be available online. 

      PLEASE NOTE: This performance can be started at any point between 7:00 pm and 9:00pm on November 11, 2020. The performance page will expire at 11:30 pm on November 11, 2020.

      Ticket Information

      Free, however, registration is required
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      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 DONATE NOW

    • ZOOM FILM DISCUSSION: A Patch of Blue
      ZOOM FILM DISCUSSION: A Patch of Blue Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm Locations: Zoom Details:

      A Patch of Blue is a 1963 drama in which a blind woman escapes the sordid world of her prostitute mother when a black man befriends her in the park. Starring Sidney Poitier, with Elizabeth Hartman in her debut screen role, as well as Shelley Winters in an Oscar-winning performance. Directed by Guy Green, noted for his cinematography on Oliver Twist (1948) and Great Expectations (1946), for which he won the Academy Award for cinematography. 1 hour, 45 minutes


      Film Discussion: November 20, 2020  |  Register Now

      It is like a book club, but with films -- you choose the films you are interested in from the list below, you watch them on your own before the scheduled discussion, and you join the discussions on Friday evenings via Zoom. 


      Trailer for A Patch of Blue:


      Available to rent from Amazon Prime for $2.99
      The book the movie is based on (A Patch of Blue, by Elizabeth Kata) is available at the Howard County Library

      Listen to the podcast of “At the Movies” about Sidney Poitier’s career, including his comments about A Patch of Blue:

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