Arts and Letters Live: Selected Shorts: Danger and Desire - Tales of Hopper’s City (UPDATED)
UPDATE: Auditorium tickets are sold-out for this event. However, a live video-simulcast of the event as it is happening inside Horchow Auditorium will be made available in the adjacent C3 Theater. Simulcast ticket holders may have a chance to sit in the auditorium if seats become available on a first come first served basis. On the night of the event, please check in with the Arts & Letters Live box office about seating availability.
David Strathairn has appeared in the films Good Night and Good Luck (for which he received an Academy Award nomination), The Tempest, HBO’s Temple Grandin (for which He received an Emmy Award), Howl, Lincoln, and the upcoming Godzilla and Oliver’s Deal. His New York theater credits include Strindberg’s Dance of Death, Stoppard’s Hapgood, Pinter’s The Birthday Party, and A Winter’s Tale at Classic Stage Company.
Parker Posey, pictured, is best known for her roles in independent films such as Dazed and Confused, Kicking and Screaming, and the Christopher Guest “mockumentaries” Best in Show, Waiting for Guffman, and A Mighty Wind. Posey’s recent projects include Price Check and Hemingway and Gellhorn, and she will appear in the upcoming films Highland Park and Grace of Monaco.
Kaneza Schaal performed with The Wooster Group in Vieux Carré and Early Plays, and with Elevator Repair Service in The Sound and the Fury. This fall, Schaal was awarded a residency at the Baryshnikov Arts Center and a PS122 RAMP fellowship to develop her new play, Please, Bury Me, based on the Egyptian Book of the Dead.
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