Famous TV personality brings animal show to Seguin; Jack Hanna to bring animal show, experience to TLU
Posted on 11/13/2018 7:37:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- Get ready to go wild! Texas Lutheran University is gearing up for the much anticipated visit by Jack Hanna, an internationally recognized animal expert, TV star, conservationist and book author. Hannah is next on the list of guest presenters for this year's schedule of TLU's 2018-2019 Brown Cultural Events Program.

Ashlie Ford, TLU director of marketing and communications, says Hannah will be in Seguin Tuesday night to present his program "Going Wild for Wildlife."

"It's going to be an interactive event. That's what he loves doing the most is having a live presentation with animals on stage where he is interacting with the audience. So he's going to have lots of different species and he's going to talk about them and probably bring some people up on stage too maybe to meet the animals as well," said Ford.

Ford says due to the excitement that Hannah has created for his visit, she encourages the community to arrive early.

"I know a lot of people have been asking if tickets are required for the event and they are not. It is seating on a first come, first serve basis and the lobby to Jackson Auditorium will open at 6:30 and the doors to the auditorium to actually go in and get a seat should be open by 7 p.m. so hopefully that helps people get sort of a timeline on when they should arrive," said Ford.

Ford says because seating is limited, TLU is asking that audience members remain courteous so that as many people as possible can enjoy what she says will be a great and memorable show.

"Jackson Auditorium seats about 1,100 people so we are expecting to be at capacity for this event so we just tell people please arrive early, don't try to save seats and if there is an usher or somebody asking you to please scoot down or kind of bring your group closer together, we'd really appreciate it if everybody could please do that so that everyone that wants to attend is able to get a seat and watch this awesome show," said Ford.

The program is free and gets underway at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at TLU's Jackson Auditorium.

The program is made possible thanks to the TLU Jessie and Jack Harold Brown Cultural Enrichment Endowment Fund.
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