Tennessee Williams and the Out-Crying Heart
a lecture by New Yorker drama critic John Lahr
March 3, 7 p.m.
Homer Rainey Hall music building, University of Texas
21st St., east of Guadalupe and east of Ransom Center (click for map)
no charge for admission
The University Co-op presents the Harry Ransom Lectures event "Tennessee Williams and the Out-Crying Heart” with John Lahr, Senior Drama Critic of The New Yorker. The event takes place Thursday, March 3, at 7 p.m. in Jessen Auditorium in Homer Rainey Hall.
Lahr will discuss the origins of Tennessee Williams's dramatic voice and how it changed over the decades.
Members of the Harry Ransom Center receive complimentary parking and priority entry at this program. Doors open at 6:20 p.m. for members and at 6:30 p.m. for the general public. Members must present their membership cards for priority entrance; one seat per membership card. Members arriving after 6:30 p.m. will join the general queue. Complimentary parking for members is available at the University Co-op garage at 23rd and San Antonio streets.
The Harry Ransom Lectures honor former University of Texas Chancellor Harry Huntt Ransom and highlight the Ransom Center’s vital role in the University’s intellectual and cultural life. The program brings internationally renowned writers, artists, and scholars to Austin for public events and conversations with University students. The lectures are made possible by the generous support of the University Co-op.
Additional support was provided by the Michener Center for Writers at The University of Texas at Austin.