Living Literature is returning to the library!!
Come to the library on December 10, 2014 to experience Owen Meany’s Christmas Pageant (adapted from John Irving’s poem A Prayer for Owen Meany) from right off the page! Listen and watch as the story comes to life.
From Living Literature:
“Living Literature has created a funny and heartwarming half hour readers theatre presentation for the 2014 holiday season from John Irving’s seventh published novel, A Prayer for Owen Meany. This adaptation of Irving’s inspiring modern classic centers on the tale of two pre-teen-aged boys who are the center of this unorthodox and funny Christmas pageant held in the fictitious New Hampshire town of Gravesend in the mid-1950s.”
We are so excited to welcome Living Literature back through our library doors, and urge you to join us for a night you likely won’t forget!
December 10, 2014
Brownell Library Front Room
Free for all ages