January 30, 2015
Contact: Denny Miller
Manatee Players, Inc.
The Manatee Performing Arts Center is excited to announce the 2015 Arts and Lecture Series jointly sponsored by the Manatee Library Foundation, Inc. and the Manatee Performing Arts Center.
The series launches on Monday May 4 with author Lisa Unger. Unger is the New York Times bestselling author of 11 novels.
Unger’s work has been hailed as “stellar,” “sensational,” and “sophisticated. The lecture will begin at 6 p.m. More information about the author can be found at www.lisaunger.com.
The second lecture in the series will be author Jeff Lindsay on Monday July 13. Fans of the hit series Dexter will immediately recognize Lindsay as the bestselling author of the sociopathic vigilante serial killer for whom the series is named. The lecture will begin at 6 p.m. More information about the author can be found at www.dexter-books.com.
The third in the series will be author Nancy Cohen. Cohen is the author of the humorous Bad Hair Day mystery series. Cohen’s main character is a hairdresser/sleuth who solves crimes with wit and style under the sultry Florida sun. The lecture begins at 2 p.m.
More information about the author can be found at www.nancyjcohen.com.
Tickets for the lecture series are $35 per lecture or $75 for all three. Tickets for the lectures can be purchased at the Manatee Performing Arts Center ticket office by calling 941-748-5875 or online at www.manateeperformingartscenter.com.
The authors will be meeting and greeting the public at reception events following the lectures. Space is limited for these events and information on locations and reservations can be found at www.manateelibraryfoundation.org call (941) 359-1634 for more information.
The Manatee Players, Inc. and its performance venue, the Manatee Performing Arts Center, is located in downtown Bradenton, Florida. Our Mission is to represent, enrich and stimulate people through the art of live theatre by providing entertainment, education and an artistic outlet.
The Manatee Players and its performance venue serve as a significant cultural, educational and economic resource for the Florida Gulf region.
January 30, 2015