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december, 2018

01dec5:00 pmBennuval Stories of Science and Space5:00 pm Fox Tucson Theater, 17 W Congress St

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Bookmans is proud to partner with the UA College of Humanities and the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory for this family-friendly variety show! Join OSIRIS-REx lead scientist Dante Lauretta, College of Humanities faculty, artists, musicians and special guests for a night celebrating the spirit of human curiosity, culture, and knowledge, from the ancient myths of the stars to the modern scientific exploration of our universe.

Learn how folktales inspire the space missions that are searching for answers to how the universe began. Sit back and enjoy an out-of-this-world! Be sure to arrive early doors at 5pm show begins at 6pm and stop by the Bookmans table for freebies and giveaways!

Tickets are $10 for the general public and $6 for students and CatCard holders and are available at the Fox Tucson Theatre.

BENNUVAL! Presenters:

Geoff Notkin, Emmy Award-winning host and producer of Meteorite Men

Selections from the 2016 exhibit The Poetry of Spaceflight, UA Poetry Center

Unscrewed Theater improv comedy

Takashi Miura and Nathaniel Smith, UA Assistant Professors of East Asian Studies

Dante Lauretta, OSIRIS-REx principal investigator and UA Professor of Planetary Science and Cosmochemistry

Pearce Paul Creasman, UA Associate Professor of Dendrochronology and Egyptian Archaeology

Chris Black, ChamberLab composer

Cirque Roots

Time

(Saturday) 5:00 pm

Location

Fox Tucson Theater

17 W Congress St

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