Pick: Bronte

April 4th-7th

Bronte by William Luce Starring Jill Anderson

Blue Barn Theatre

614 South 11th Street

April 4th-6th - 7:30pm, April 7th - 6pm, $25, $20/students, seniors, TAG members.

 

After a very successful run in 2011 at the Joslyn Castle, Jill Anderson will once again bring the soul of Charlotte Bronte to life, this time at the Blue Barn Theatre, in Bronte by William Luce. In the play, Charlotte returns home from the funeral of her last remaining sibling and begins life alone with her father in their remote North England parsonage. Throughout the play, Bronte reflects on the remarkable incidents, triumphs, tragedies and relationships that have brought her to the present moment, while also looking forward to her future.  Each performance will feature a Q&A with Ms. Anderson after the show. For ticket information call 402-345-1576 or visit bluebarn.org

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on Thursday, March 28th, 2013

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