This year’s evening lineup includes:
A Conversation with Ray Bradbury, a short film by the National Endowment for the Arts
Jim May, Fahrenheit 451, banned for offensive language and content
Jay O’Callahan, Don Quixote, banned for promoting questioning authority and glorifying individualism
Megan Wells, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, banned for sinister and frightening themes
Tickets are $17 for the evening show and $6 for the school matinee at the Genesee Theatre Box Office or www.ticketmaster.com. Library patrons can present any library card and receive $1 off at the box office.
Thank you to our 2013 Ray Bradbury Storytelling Festival Sponsors!
Andrew Stimson & Janet Thornton
Dan Drury * Smith, LaLuzerne & Hartman, Ltd. * Vicki Baily
Soto’s Furniture * The Original Parlor * Fitzgerald Lighting Maintenance Co., Inc.
Kim & Brian Vander Yacht * Mrs. Jack C. Thompson, Jr.
Watch this video to see what it’s all about.
Haven’t read Fahrenheit 451? Take a look at this video summary of Ray Bradbury’s famous story in under three minutes. Video created by Academic Earth.Created by AcademicEarth.org
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Story Sponsor ($1,000)
Chapter Sponsor ($500)
Page Sponsor ($250)
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