Acclaimed playwright Joshua Harmon (“Bad Jews,” “Prayer for the French Republic,” “The Bedwetter”) will give an intimate talk with theater director about Harmon’s work including his latest play, which addresses antisemitism, the Holocaust, and belonging.
The event will be accompanied by a short excerpt from the upcoming Brandeis production of “Bad Jews” (Oct. 20-22, 2023, directed by Shana Gozansky). Admission is free and registration is recommended.
Harmon’s plays have been produced on Broadway and the West End; off-Broadway at Roundabout Theatre Company, Lincoln Center Theater, Manhattan Theater Club and Atlantic Theater Company; across the country at Geffen Playhouse, Speakeasy, Studio Theatre, Theater Wit, About Face, Actor’s Express, and The Magic, among others; and internationally in a dozen countries. He is a graduate of Juilliard, a two-time MacDowell fellow, and an associate artist at Roundabout Theatre Company (NYC).
Sponsored by the Department of Theater Arts with support from the Brandeis Arts Council, Mandel Center for Humanities, and Center for German and European Studies.+ More... - Less...
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