Annual Lawrence and Lee Theater Institute Lecture
A longtime writer for the Village Voice, Laurie Stone has been a theater critic for The Nation, critic-at-large on National Public Radio's Fresh Air, a member of The Bat Theater Company, and a regular writer for Ms., New York Woman, and Viva.
Tonight Stone gives a lecture entitled Comedy and Solo Performance: What the Comic Voice Can Get Away With.
She is the author of the novel Starting with Serge, the memoir collection Close to the Bone, and Laughing in the Dark, a collection of her writing on comic performance. Stone presently serves on the faculty of Antioch's M.F.A. program and is the Journalist-in-Residence at the Thurber House.
Call 614 292-2295 for more information.
Free for to students (tickets required)
Cosponsored by Thurber House, Ohio State's Department of Theatre and School of Journalism and Communication, and the Wexner Center.