Updated: 07/23/2014 9:07 AM
Created: 07/23/2014 8:51 AM WDIO.com
Creative Director of Zeitgeist Arts Andy Bennett stopped by the show Wednesday. He told us about the latest happenings at Teatro Zuccone. Bennett himself will also be performing.
Zenith City Tales: Tales from Two Cities is Friday, July 25 in downtown Duluth at Teatro Zuccone. Some of the area's finest writers and performers will join forces with writers from the Twin Cities for an evening of prose, poetry, fiction and true tales.
Everything will be told live by the authors themselves.
Tickets are $5 at the door. Tales begin at 8 p.m.
Writers and Performers:
Lucie B. Amundsen
Stephanie Wilbur Ash
For more information, visit zeitgeistarts.com
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