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The Bookworm Presents: An Evening with Andrew Rannells

past event

May 17, 2023

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Admission includes a hardcover copy of Uncle of the Year. Rannells will sign copies for event attendees after the presentation.

$45

General Admission

$40

KANEKO Members

Disclaimer:

This event follows wishes and guidelines set up directly by the publisher and the author. The Bookworm nor KANEKO are responsible for changes made by the author or publisher prior to or during the event.

Join us in welcoming Author, Singer, and Actor Andrew Rannells to Omaha in his Uncle of the Year book tour. Rannells will discuss his career & work and his memoir, Uncle of the Year.

Each admission includes entry to the event plus a hardcover copy of Uncle of the Year. Additional copies of Uncle of the Year and Rannells’ 2019 memoir, Too Much is Not Enough will also be available for purchase at the event.

About Andrew Rannells
Andrew Rannells is an actor, singer, and author. A Tony, Drama Desk, and Critics Choice nominee and Grammy winner, he has starred on stage in The Book of Mormon, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Hamilton, Falsettos, The Boys in the Band, and Tammy Faye. On the small screen, he has appeared in Girls, The New Normal, Big Mouth, Black Monday, Girls5eva, and Welcome to Chippendales. Rannells film credits include A Simple Favor, The Boys in the Band, and The Prom. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, and he recently made his directorial debut adapting one of his Modern Love essays for the streaming anthology series of the same name.

About The Bookworm Omaha
The Bookworm has been serving Omaha and the region since 1986, moving to Loveland Centre in October 2014. With over 6,000 square feet of sales space, The Bookworm has earned a reputation for an excellent selection of books on a broad range of topics, and for a friendly staff that reads and knows the books they sell. The Bookworm is an independent, family business, owned and managed by Phillip and Beth Black.

Disclaimer:

This event follows wishes and guidelines set up directly by the publisher and the author. The Bookworm nor KANEKO are responsible for changes made by the author or publisher prior to or during the event.

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