42nd Street, New York City - 1955, Acclaimed writer and civil rights activist James Baldwin and his high school friend, iconic fashion photographer Richard Avedon, meet in a automat to discuss issues of politics, art, celebrity & their vibrant lives.
Though their witty and insightful exchanges we share their thoughts and views on a pre-cold war world, racism in the Jim Crow era, and unbelievable personal encounters with the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Josephine Baker and Jazz legend Dizzy Gillespie.
Weekday and Saturday Performances:7:30pm
Sunday Performances: 3pm
Theater: Kumble Theater for the Performing Arts
Address: 1 University Plaza
Cost:$35,$25 Students and Seniors:$18.50
Buy Tickets Online or Call: Kumble Theater at 718-488-1624