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  "Looking Downriver: Huck and Jim in the 21st Century"

On Saturday, March 24th, in connection with the month-long run of Edward
Morgan's new play, "Sounding the River (Huck Finn Revisited)"  at the
Milwaukee Rep, the theater will bring together scholars, educators, and
community leaders for  "Looking Downriver: Huck and Jim in the 21st
Century,"  a day of information and discussion about the legacies of Mark
Twain's novel and the important questions it poses for  Milwaukee at the
beginning of the new century.

The event was organized by Paul Kosidowski, Literary Director of the
Milwaukee Repertory Theater, and is supported by a grant from the Wisconsin
Humanities Council.

  "Looking  Downriver"  is free and open to the public. The program is
designed to be of particular value to teachers.   For reservations and
further information call The Rep at 414-224-1761.

 "Looking Downriver" is available for college credit through the UWM
University Outreach, Arts and Liberal Studies. For further information call