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    UApresents is set to showcase comedy legend Lily Tomlin on Saturday at 8 p.m. in Centennial Hall.

    Tomlin has received many awards in her 40-year career. She has won two Tonys, six Emmys and a Grammy, as well as receiving an Oscar nomination for her first film, “”Nashville.””

    The comedian was also honored with the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in 2003. She has appeared in shows such as “”Desperate Housewives,”” “”The West Wing”” and “”The Simpsons.””

    As a friend to the Broadway stage, Tomlin has starred in Jane Wagner’s one-woman show “”The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe.””  She also recorded a comedy album, This is a Recording, which won her a Grammy award.

    Tickets range from $15 to $64. For an extra special evening, pay $150 for Section -A seating and a post-performance reception with Tomlin. Call the UApresents box office at 621-3341 or visit for more information.

    —Bryan Ponton

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