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Orson Welles | Chautauqua History Alive discussion

Chautauqua History Alive presents a free discussion on the life and movies of Orson Welles, the boy genius who created what is often called the greatest film of all time, “Citizen Kane.” It’s a chance to discuss movie-magic, art and fakery with an audience that loves talking back to history. This discussion will be led by George Frein who will perform as Orson Welles in the June Chautauqua History Alive Festival. Tuesday April 21 at 7pm at the Hughes Main Library, Greenville.