Janka, the intimate story about one woman’s will to survive the Holocaust and her desire to experience the American dream, will be presented on Saturday, April 9, at 8 p.m. at California State University, Fresno.
The performance, one of several events planned for the spring by University Student Union Productions, will be at 8 p.m. in the Satellite Student Union (2485 E. San Ramon Ave.). See map at www.FresnoStateNews.com.
Janka, written and produced by Oscar Speace, is a one-character play based on a letter Speace’s mother wrote during her liberation from a WWII Nazi concentration camp.
The production stars nationally-acclaimed actress and singer, Janice Noga, who has delighted audiences with her incredible singing voice and her endearing ability to tell a story. Noga has performed in numerous concerts from New York to Los Angeles as well as internationally.
Admission for the evening performance is $5 for the general public. Fresno State students with I.D. are free. Tickets are on sale at the University Student Union Information Center.
Other events this spring include a trip to the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles on April 10; USU Night, a barbecue at the Bulldog Diamond, on April 13; Comedian Dan Ahdoot on April 21; and a day trip to Santa Cruz on May 7.
For more information call (559) 278-2078 or visit www.csufresno.edu/USU.