2009.09.17 > For Immediate Release
contact: Wendy Townley - University Relations
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KANEKO-UNO Library to Host Discussion Series with BLUEBARN Theatre
Omaha - The KANEKO-UNO Library will host the BLUEBARN Theatre’s Talk Back series this season, with the first event scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 4.
The free sessions are designed to continue a dialogue following each BLUEBARN Theatre performance during the 2009-2010 season.
The first – scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 4 – will allow patrons the opportunity to discuss Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, which runs Oct. 1-17 at the BLUEBARN Theatre, 614 S. 11th St.
Nainsí Houston, of the KANEKO-UNO Library, will lead the discussion, which begins at 8:30 p.m. following the 6 p.m. performance on Sunday, Oct. 4. The library is located at 1111 Jones St. in the Old Market (entrance at 12th and Jones streets). Refreshments will be provided.
The two other Talk Back sessions are scheduled for Sunday, March 21, to discuss Hot 'N' Throbbing; and Sunday, June 20, to discuss Rabbit Hole. Tickets for all BLUEBARN performances are $25 for adults, and $20 for students, seniors, TAG members and groups of 10 or more.
A branch of the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Criss Library, the KANEKO-UNO Library serves UNO students and faculty, as well as supports KANEKO programming. The sleek educational space – which opened in February – is devoted to studies in creativity and represents a serious partnership between UNO and KANEKO.
For more information on the KANEKO-UNO Library, visit http://library.unomaha.edu/kaneko or call (402) 932-3486.
For more information on the BLUEBARN Theatre, visit www.bluebarn.org or call (402) 345-1576.
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