CSU Stanislaus Department of Theatre presents “Mark Twain in Person”

The California State University (CSU), Stanislaus School of the Arts Department of Theatre is pleased to present special guest artist Richard Henzel in a performance of “Mark Twain in Person.”

Henzel will take the audience on an extraordinary voyage into the world of Mark Twain—the man, the author, the literary icon—by combining material from Twain’s novels, short stories, speeches, and essays, a well as improvisation, to recreate an authentic Mark Twain lecture, circa 1906.

Stage, film, television and voice-over actor Richard Henzel may be best known as one of the two DJ voices on the clock radio in the movie Groundhog Day. However, since 1967 he has performed his one-man show “Mark Twain in Person” in 40 states, Canda, Great Britain, and on the Mississippi River. Henzel has self-published 20 Mark Twain audiobooks and appeared with Hal Holbrook at a Mark Twain conference in 2009.

The performance take place in the Mainstage Theatre located at One University Circle in Turlock, on March 21 and 22 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $15 general admission, and $12 for seniors, military, students and CSU faculty and staff. Tickets are available online at www.csustan.edu/SOA. Parking is free for this event only in Lot #2. See university website for maps and directions at www.csustan.edu/directories/maps. More information is available by contacting the School of the Arts at (209) 667-3959 or soa@csustan.edu. All events and ticket prices are subject to change without notice. Tickets are subject to availability.

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