Janka with Janice Noga is April 9 as Part of USU Spring Events at Fresno State

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.

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