The bedfellowship of drama and religion began with the Greeks when Iocasta and Oedipus angered the gods, continued with the Elizabethans in biblical stagings, and remains espoused today. For this unique event benefiting the Classic Stage Company, one of our great literary critics, Harold Bloom, who teaches us how to read and why and defends texts by "dead white men" from the "school of resentment" (feminists, Marxists, deconstructionists, et al.), will partake in a conversation catechizing the relationship between church and art with Tony Kushner, one of America's foremost playwrights. The rare pair will examine the rich canon of theater, from the ancient tragedies to Kushner's Pulitzer... More >>>