A Chat With Anne Hathaway, Julie Taymor, and George Brant About Landing Grounded at the Public Theater

The prestigious trio sheds light on the pros and cons of American warfare.

Academy Award winner Anne Hathaway (Les Misérables, Twelfth Night) is now in performances of George Brant's solo drama Grounded at the Public Theater. She teams up with Tony Award-winning director Julie Taymor (The Lion King) to delve inside the mind of a drone pilot, dealing with the emotional and psychological consequences of her day-to-day work. Take a look as TheaterMania sits down with Hathaway, Taymor, and Brant to discuss the intimate off-Broadway production, whose themes strike a powerful nerve in today's climate of technological warfare.

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