‘Hemingway Alive’ performs at library
The Friends of the Jamestown Library will host “Life, Language and the Pursuit of Happiness – Ernest Hemingway Alive!” this Wednesday, Feb. 24, at 7 p.m. in the library’s meeting hall.
This free performance by Richard Clark tells the story of Hemingway’s remarkable life.
Clark, a performer and writer, has spent more than 30 years in New England regional theater and New York Theater. His “Keeping History Alive” series brings the life and work of such figures as Mark Twain, Clarence Darrow, Andrew Carnegie, John Barrymore and William Shakespeare to life. The performance is co-written by B.L. Walker.
Call 423-7280 for more information.