Thursday / November 3, 2016 / 8 p.m.
Public Radio International’s Selected Shorts
It’s story time…for adults. Spellbinding, poignant, quirky, and droll, short stories by established greats and sensational emerging writers take on new life when they are read by stars of stage, screen, and television. Public Radio International’s wildly popular series and podcast, produced by New York’s Symphony Space and WNYC Radio, is broadcast on more than 130 stations to some 300,000 avid fans weekly. Yet nothing could be more exhilarating than listening live at the Williams Center to such compelling actors as David Morse, Patricia Kalember, and René Auberjonois. Join us for a memorable evening of literature in performance, recorded for future broadcast.
We regret that Kate Burton and Kathleen Chalfant, originally scheduled to appear this evening, have had to withdraw due to scheduling conflicts. We are honored to welcome René Auberjonois and Patricia Kalember to the program.
This performance is made possible, in part, by Patron Sponsors David P. ’75 and Sharon Hourigan.