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Arts Collective and HoCoPoLitSo Present “Mystery Reading Series”
January 25, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - January 27, 2019 @ 9:30 pm$10.00
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Arts Collective and Howard County Poetry and Literature Society
Present “Mystery Reading Series”
Three “Whodunit” Play Readings at Howard Community College January 25–27
Columbia, MD – Three separate and distinctly directed “whodunit” mystery plays will be presented as staged readings at Howard Community College (HCC) from January 25–27, 2019. Audiences are invited to unravel all three thrilling mysteries—“Classic,” “Clue,” and “The Real Inspector Hound”—which will be given passionate voice by a talented collective of HCC students, staff, faculty, and guest artists. Each reading will be followed by post-reading discussions with the cast, directors, and special guests, with complimentary refreshments.
This reading series will take place in the Monteabaro Recital Hall, located within the college’s Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center (HVPA), and is presented by HCC’s Arts Collective and the Howard County Poetry and Literature Society (HoCoPoLitSo). Performances are recommended for ages 12 and up. Children under the age of 10 will not be admitted.
Tickets are $10 per show, with a special rate of $25 for all three. For tickets, visit howardcc.edu/mysteryreadingseries or call 443-518-1500. The box office opens 90 minutes prior to each show time and Tuesday through Friday from noon to 5 p.m.
SCHEDULE AND CAST
Friday, January 25, 2019, 7:30 p.m. – “Classic”
An original play featuring: Danny Bertaux, Bruce Leipold, Michael Makar, Emma McDonnell, Allie Press, Sarah Robinson, Yumiko Siegfried, Chris Sisson, Tim Wolf
Saturday, January 26, 2019, 7:30 p.m. – “Clue”
Based on the motion picture and board game, featuring: Rachel Adams, Jamie Barrios, Karen Eske, Dana Fleischer, Celine Jones-Cameron, Kelli Jones, Julie Jones, Stephanie May, Kathryn Marshall, Emma McDonnell, Apryl Motley, Judy Templeton
Sunday, January 27, 2019, 2 p.m. – “The Real Inspector Hound”
Featuring: Gary Grabau, Mayumi B. Griffie, Emily Groves, Susan Thornton Hobby, Stephen Horvath, Daniel Johnston, Valerie Lash, Chip Mortimer, Melissa Paper-Gartoff
“Classic” Written and Directed by: Daniel Johnston
“Clue” Adapted by: Hunter Foster, Jonathan Lynn, Eric Price, Sandy Rustin
“Clue” Directed by: S.G. Kramer
“The Real Inspector Hound” Written by: Tom Stoppard
“The Real Inspector Hound: Directed by: Tara Hart
Stage Manager: Chania Hudson
Assistant Stage Manager: Cat Whitteker
Photographer: Bruce Press
-mrs1: “Classic” with Michael Makar, Bruce Leipold, Yumiko Siegfried
-mrs2: “Clue” with Judy Templeton, Julie Jones
-mrs3: “The Real Inspector Hound” with Mayumi B. Griffie, Chip Mortimer
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 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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Since 1970, Howard Community College (HCC) has been a preferred college choice for students and families in Howard County, Maryland. A public community college, HCC offers associate degree and certificate programs, as well as workforce development training and continuing education classes, to nearly 30,000 credit and noncredit students each year. Among HCC’s honors is being named a “Great College to Work For” by The Chronicle of Higher Education for 10 consecutive years.