In the piece, Feiffer will take theatergoers through his extraordinary career using a slide show of comic strips, both his own and his contemporaries and the masters who inspired him as a boy. He will also highlight some of his artwork that has never before been shown in public. A brief question and answer session will follow the presentation.
Feiffer's Pulitzer Prize-winning comic strip ran for 42 years in the Village Voice as well as 100 other papers. Among his plays are the Obie Award-winning Little Murders, as well as the Tony Award-nominated Knock Knock. He is the author of the screenplay for the film Carnal Knowledge and the Academy Award-winning animated short Munro, and has written numerous books.
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