In 1922, one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century was born, and through his darkly comic works he spoke out about the ravages of war, political corruption, social injustice, and human foibles. We honor this prolific, complex, and remarkable author with an evening of humorous and poignant short fiction curated from the posthumously published collection, Complete Works. Hosted by Jordan Klepper (The Daily Show), with commentary from Hari Kondabolu (The Problem with Apu).
Produced in cooperation with Library of America.
Peter Jay Sharp Theatre
Expected Run Time is 90 minutes