Honoring the memory of George Plimpton, journalist, writer, editor, and actor, on the tenth anniversary of his death, there will be a screening of excerpts - both amusing and thoughtful - from programs in which Plimpton appeared.|
See George Plimpton play in the New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein, act in a western directed by Howard Hawkes along with John Wayne, and speak of his experiences with Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, and Truman Capote as editor of the Paris Review.
Introduction and Q&A with George's brother, Oakes Plimpton.
Additional commentary by Sven Birkets, critic, essayist, and editor of AGNI literary magazine.
Arlington Center for the Arts (View)
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Arlington, MA 02474
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