BENNUVAL! Stories and Science of Space at the Fox Theater


“Join OSIRIS-REx lead scientist Dante Lauretta, College of Humanities faculty, artists, musicians and special guests for a night celebrating the spirit of human curiosity, culture and knowledge, from the ancient myths of the stars to the modern scientific exploration of our universe.

As OSIRIS-REx approaches the asteroid Bennu, a family-friendly variety show explores how space unites science and the humanities.

Learn how folk tales inspire the space missions that are searching for answers to how the universe began. Sit back and enjoy an out-of-this-world, family-friendly show 


Fox Tucson Theatre, 17 W. Congress St.

Doors open at 5 pm

$10 Regular, $6 students


Dante Lauretta, OSIRIS-REx principal investigator
Geoff NotkinEmmy-winning host of Meteorite Men
Cirque Roots
Chris Black, ChamberLab composer
Unscrewed Theatre
UA Poetry Center
UA Professors Pearce Paul Creasman, Takashi Miura & Nathaniel Smith

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