An entertainment and educational series designed to bring quality programming to The Harvey School's campus for the surrounding community to enjoy. All performances are held in Harvey’s state-of-the-art venue, The Walker Center for the Arts.
Harvey Presents "Harvey's Own"
Starting off the 2018-19 season, "Harvey Presents" a three-part series which spotlights guests connected to our school community using different art forms to tell their unique stories.
David Quinn, author
December 1, 2018 at 7 pm
Harvey Presents "Harvey's Own" kicks off Saturday, December 1 at 7 pm featuring an evening with writer and author David Quinn. Mr. Quinn has written for Off-Off Broadway, film treatments for "Razor" and "Cowboys and Aliens," and a number of comic book titles including "Carnage," "Mindhunter," and "Dr. Strange." Along with a long career in writing, Mr. Quinn has been a teacher and musician.
Mr. Quinn will talk about the art of writing and entertain the audience with captivating storytelling. He will be joined by two publishing industry professionals and have an audience Q&A.
First ticket is $20 with book included; additional tickets are $5 each.
Student tickets are $5
Additional books will be available for purchase.
First ticket includes Mr. Quinn's book "Go to Sleep, Little Creep," his first foray into the genre of children's literature. The book was recently named to Amazon's list of the top 10 spooky books for children.
"Wondrously funny and supremely sweet picture book sure to charm little creeps who aren't quite ready to fall asleep."
David Quinn, author: Saturday, December 1, 2018
"Sidemen: Long Road to Glory" film
Friday, January 11, 2019 at 7 pm
This second event in the Harvey Presents "Harvey's Own" series is the film "Sidemen: Long Road to Glory" which tells the story of the incredible musicians who backed legendary blues men Howlin' Wolf and Muddy Waters. Interviews with music greats like Aerosmith's Joe Perry, Robby Krieger of The Doors, and Gregg Allman and Warren Haynes of The Allman Brothers Band establish the film's place in music history.
The screening includes an introduction and follow-up discussion by the film's director, Scott C. Rosenbaum, and its producer, Tony Grazia.
Tickets not yet available.
"Out of My Comfort Zone" film
Friday, March 1, 2019 at 7 pm
The final event of the Harvey Presents "Harvey's Own" series is a discussion with producer Deborah Robicheau whose film, "Out of My Comfort Zone" based on the Off-Broadway rock musical of the same name, examines the effects of bullying and the struggles of the LGBTQ community. Ms. Robicheau will be joined by some of the creative team who worked on the film to participate in a Q&A regarding the making of the movie and the issues at the center of the story.
Tickets not yet available.
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