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asbarez: Saroyan Festival Offers Glimpses of a Native Great

By Guy Keeler From The Fresno Bee

FRESNO—This will be a spring to remember for those who know about writer William Saroyan—or wish they did. From February 28 to May 5, examples of Saroyan’s body of work will be on display in venues throughout Fresno ranging from theaters and concert halls to museums, art galleries and the airwaves. The William Saroyan Festival 2002, three years in the planning, is an unprecedented cooperative effort in the local arts community involving the collaboration of 29 organizations.

“We hope the festival will create interest in keeping Saroyan’s works alive from an educational standpoint,” says Larry Balakian, chairman of the 50-member volunteer committee that organized the two-month tribute to one of Fresno’s most renowned native sons.

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