Notations: Letters Aloud: Private Letters Read In Public


This multi-disciplinary presentation brings to life historical figures through their intimate correspondence. Seasoned actors read letters from famous and infamous people, connecting the audience with history and personalities, through common and comic connections with today's world. Music, video, and words from people like John Cleese, Emily Dickinson, Steven King, Thomas James set the stage to reintroduce modern audiences to a rapidly disappearing form of communication - the written letter.

Location: Baker Hall

This is a Free Event; No Tickets Required.

Box Office Hours: TUE 12-6 pm; WED – FRI 12-5pm; For ticketed events: SAT 2 hours prior to curtain, 90 mins. all other days.

Free event parking attached to the center.