PEN: Solidarity With Hungary

Where: Greenwich House Music School, Renee Weiler Concert Hall, 46 Barrow St., New York City

In the wake of sweeping “reforms” and crack-downs brought on by the last election in Hungary, the country’s artists, journalists, and intellectuals are facing a period of intense scrutiny and censorship. Contemporary political philosopher G.M Tamas, theater and film director Kornél Mundruczó, and playwright/actor/director Béla Pintér (via Skype) will discuss the current situation for the Hungarian creative community. Featuring a reading of short excerpts from Pintér’s acclaimed play, Muck.

With Kornél Mundruczó, Béla Pintér, G.M. Tamas, and others

Free and open to the public. No reservations required.

Co-presented by Trust for Mutual Understanding and Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, CUNY Graduate School, and Center for International Theatre Development

Supported by the Trust for Mutual Understanding

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