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The Legacy of Public Theater's Joe Papp

The University Arts Initiative, directed by Tony Award-winning producer and director Gregory Mosher, presented a panel discussion on "The Legacy of Joe Papp." For 35 years, Papp was the dominant figure in American theater, and his ideals live on in many forms in theaters across the country and around the world. The panel explored Papp's legacy and its relevance in theater today.

 
Gregory Mosher

Gregory Mosher, director, Columbia University Arts Initiative

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Diane Paulus

Diane Paulus, director, The Donkey Show

Real Video (4:33)
 
Eduardo Machado

Eduardo Machado, playwright and director, CU School of the Arts Playwriting Program

Real Video (1:53)
 
Kevin Kline

Kevin Kline, Academy Award-winning actor

Real Video (11:32)
 
John Heilpern, author and critic, The New York Observer

John Heilpern

Real Video (8:03)
 
Woody King, Jr.

Woodie King Jr., founder and producing director, New Federal Theatre and National Black Touring Circuit

Real Video (7:39)
 

Panel Discussion

Real Video (17:21)

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Production Number: 317
Shot: Oct 20, 2004
Published: Nov 11, 2004
Last modified:Jan 26, 2005