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Arts Collective and HoCoPoLitSo Present “The Chronicles of Narnia”

Beloved Books Brought to Life at Howard Community College Dec. 6–9
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Columbia, MD – The beloved books of acclaimed author C.S. Lewis will be brought to life in “The Chronicles of Narnia,” from December 6–9, 2018, in Howard Community College’s Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center. This production by Howard Community College’s (HCC) Arts Collective and the Howard County Poetry and Literature Society (HoCoPoLitSo) is based on the first two books in the Narnia series, “The Magician’s Nephew” and “The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.”

Audiences are invited to travel to Narnia to meet favorite characters and experience a lush paradise and wintry wonderland in these classic tales. Both one-act plays, performed back-to-back, will be brought to life through uniquely creative storytelling, music, and movement performed by HCC students, alumni, faculty and guest artists.  

Performances will take place Thursday, December 6 and Friday, December 7 at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, December 8 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday, December 9 at 2 p.m. in the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center’s Studio Theatre, located at Howard Community College, 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, Maryland 21044. There will be a special post-show discussion with the cast, creatives and author and essayist, Faye McCray, following the Sunday, December 9 performance. 

Parental guidance note: Performances are recommended for ages 6 and up. 

Tickets are $15 for general admission, $12 for seniors, military and groups, $10 for all students, and $8 for children 6-12 years of age. For tickets, visit www.howardcc.edu/narnia or call 443-518-1500. The box office will also be open 90 minutes prior to each show time and Tuesday–Friday, 12–5 p.m. 

THE ENSEMBLE

Ifechukwu Alachebe, Gina Ashton, Jamie Barrios, Tori Farnsworth, Elizabeth Feuerbach, Thomas Greenslit, Chris Grenchik, Emily Groves, Tara Hart, Bella Horvath, Mallory Jordan, Cameron Kelly, Maia Krapcho, Gwen Lowell, Jared Max, Abigail Pervaiz, Kaylob Simms, Vikas Malhotra, Catherine Whitteker

ARTISTIC TEAM
  • The Magician’s Nephew – Adapted by Aurand Harris, Directed by Daniel Johnston
  • The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe – Adapted by Don Quinn, Directed by Cheryl J. Campo
  • Set Design Concept: S.G. Kramer, Andrew M. Haag, Jr.
  • Light/ Projection Design: Andrew M. Haag, Jr.
  • Props Design: Kelli Jones
  • Costume Design: Jessica Welch
  • Original Music and Sound Design: Chris Sisson
  • Scenic Artist: Emma K. McDonnell, Christa Ladny
  • Movement Chorographer: Sarah Luckadoo
  • Dialect Coach: Sierra Young
  • Stage Manager: Sarah Luckadoo
  • Assistant Stage Manager: Kelli Jones
  • Production Assistant: Cat Whitteker
About HCC’s Arts Collective

Howard Community College's critically acclaimed Arts Collective engages performers, creatives, and audiences with innovative events that ignite our collective imaginations. For over two decades, Arts Collective has served as a creative cauldron, providing expert guidance and training to new and experienced artists in bringing vibrant life to diverse works on the stage:  from the newly devised to the classics and all in between.  Arts Collective’s positive, collaborative, educational environment is open to everyone. Join us in creating new heights of learning and possibility. 

About The Howard County Poetry and Literature Society

HoCoPoLitSo (www.hocopolitso.org) is a community not-for-profit literary arts organization committed to cultivating appreciation for high-quality contemporary poetry and literature and celebrating culturally diverse literary heritages. As an HCC community-partner-in-residence, HoCoPoLitSo looks forward to supporting the emergence of new voices with HCC’s Arts Collective for a fourth consecutive season.
 

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