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The Chicago resident has a liberal arts degree from Case Western Reserve University and was trained as a pianist at the Cleveland Institute of Music.
In addition to The New Yorker, his illustrations have graced the pages of Entertainment Weekly, Newsweek, Forbes, and others. His homecoming is one of a series at Little Art Theatre, where Yellow Springs’ natives are invited back to the village to share their special talents.
The Little Art Theatre’s mission is to”provide an experience that entertains, informs and inspires.”
“We know the Homecoming Series will do just that, as we celebrate the success of people who grew up in Yellow Springs,” said Little Art director Jenny Copperthwaite. “It gives the community a chance to listen to their story and have a conversation with them as part of the program.”
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WANT TO GO?
What: Presentation by Tom Bachtell
Where: Little Art Theatre, 247 Xenia Ave., Yellow Springs
Cost: $25 plus cash bar
When: 7 p.m. Friday, April 13
More info: 937-767-7671 | littleart.com/upcoming | tombachtell.com