Crossing Cultural Red Lines: New Threats to Free Expression in the Arts

Oskar Eustis, Artistic Director of The Public Theater and Director of Julius Caesar, joins cultural critic and poet Katha Pollitt (The Nation) and actor Corey Stoll (House of CardsJulius Caesar) to answer the question: in this political era, are there artistic lines that can no longer be crossed?

Moderated by Rebecca Carroll (WNYC), the discussion will tackle the question of how theatrical producers, philanthropic institutions, and writers choose to respond to a new dynamic.

Venue address:

  • SubCulture NYC, 45 Bleecker St (Bleecker and Mulberry, 6 to Bleecker St.)

Tickets $15











When: Wed., July 26, 2017 at 6:15 pm - 8:30 pm

Oskar Eustis, Artistic Director of The Public Theater and Director of Julius Caesar, joins cultural critic and poet Katha Pollitt (The Nation) and actor Corey Stoll (House of CardsJulius Caesar) to answer the question: in this political era, are there artistic lines that can no longer be crossed?

Moderated by Rebecca Carroll (WNYC), the discussion will tackle the question of how theatrical producers, philanthropic institutions, and writers choose to respond to a new dynamic.

Venue address:

  • SubCulture NYC, 45 Bleecker St (Bleecker and Mulberry, 6 to Bleecker St.)

Tickets $15