Reliving Incendiary Moments in Public Theater History

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Opened Nov 9, 2005
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

The Public Theater has often been a staging ground for cultural and political history, from Joe Papp's notorious public battle with Robert Moses to the premiere of Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart. Join The Public Theater for a rousing discussion with playwrights John Guare, Larry Kramer, and David Rabe, and director JoAnne Akalaitis. Moderated by Ken Auletta. The Public TALKS is a year-long, city-wide series of cross-disciplinary dialogues and debates with Public Theater actors, writers, and directors, joined by journalists and cultural commentators who will explore different dimensions of the theater's dynamic history.

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