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Virtual Selected Shorts: Fame & Infamy with Dylan Marron

2 Fame Mainevent 2021

Description

The spotlight moves in mysterious ways…. Author, performer, and video-maker Dylan Marron (Conversations with People Who Hate Me) explores what it means to be recognized—and the thin line that separates celebrity and notoriety. With stories from Kenneth Calhoun, Tania James, Jade Jones, and Fiona Maazel and performances by Michelle Buteau (The First Wives Club), Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad), Moses Ingram (The Queen's Gambit), John Cameron Mitchell (Shrill), Josh Radnor (Hunters), and Miriam Shor (Younger).

Our greatest actors transport us through the magic of fiction, one short story at a time. Sometimes funny. Always moving. Selected Shorts connects you to the world with a rich diversity of voices from literature, film, theater, and comedy.

PROGRAM

Hosted by Dylan Marron

The South Asian Speakers Series Presents the Archeologist and Adventurer
Indiana Jones
by Tania James
Performed by Bryan Cranston

Today, You’re a Black Revolutionary by Jade Jones
Performed by Moses Ingram

On a Day Tammy Had Not Eaten Enough Yellow by Kenneth Calhoun
Performed by Michelle Buteau, John Cameron Mitchell, and Miriam Shor

Let’s Go to the Videotape
by Fiona Maazel
Performed by Josh Radnor

Books by ourfeatured authors can be purchased from our friends at Strand. Use the code SYMPHONYSPACE to receive 10% off your purchase.

This event is available to view with the Symphony Space 20-21 Season Pass.


To Learn About the Artists

Expected Run Time is 90 minutes

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