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Peter Brook/NY with Paul Auster

$10

Admission and $10 off at our bookstore

October 4, 2019 Friday, 7:00 pm

This fall, we are thrilled to join several NYC cultural institutions in a citywide recognition of Peter Brook’s work and his collaborations with  Marie-Hélène Estienne for Peter Brook/NY.

Paul Auster and other to-be-named writers and artists will consider Peter Brook as one of the century’s greatest and most innovative storytellers and speak about their experience of his work on stage, on screen, or on the page. Peter Brook will then join them in discussion.

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  • Peter Brook, Photo Credit to Marian Adreani, The Center for Fiction, Brooklyn, NY

    Peter Brook

    Peter Brook

    Peter Brook was born in London in 1925. Throughout his career, he distinguished himself in various genres—theatre, opera, cinema, and writing. He directed his first play there in 1943. He then went on to direct over seventy productions in London, Paris, and New York. In 1971, he founded the International Centre for TheatreResearch in Paris with Micheline Rozan, and in 1974, opened its permanent base in the Bouffes du Nord theater. Most recently, he has directed The Suit (2012), The Valley of Astonishment (2014), Battlefield (2015),
    and The Prisoner (2018).

  • Paul Auster

    Paul Auster

    Paul Auster

    Paul Auster has earned international praise for the imaginative power of his many novels, including The New York TrilogyMoon PalaceThe Music of Chance, Mr. Vertigo, and Timbuktu. He has also published a number of highly original non-fiction works: The Invention of SolitudeHand to Mouth, and The Art of Hunger.