WordTheatre presents NYC Writer David Means
Date: October 13, 2013
Short Story experts WordTheatre host quintessential New York author David Means at an evening of his stories brought to life by film & television actors. This is the second event in WordTheatre’s three part actor/author series presented in association with Chapman University. Featuring performances from:
* Fred Melamed (A Serious Man, In a World...)
* Sterling Sulieman (Pretty Little Liars, In Time)
* David Means is the winner of a 2013 Guggenheim Fellowship and has been hailed as a radical among radicals by The New York Times. He is a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist, and a Los Angeles Times Book Prize winner. He has published over 50 stories in magazines ranging from Esquire to The New Yorker to Zoetrope and his writing can be found in the O Henry Prize collections, The Best American Short Stories, and several other anthologies. He joins us from New York where he teaches at Vassar.
Produced and Directed by Cedering Fox. Appearances subject to change.
Tickets are $28 in advance, $33 beginning Thursday, October 10. Member and student discounts are available. Details at WordTheatre.com or (310)915-5150.
You can also visit the event's website at: bit.ly/176uY9l
For more information contact: [email protected]
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