Thursday, September 19, 2019, 7:30pm. Buy tickets here. At the Ann & Jerry Moss Theater at the Herb Alpert Educational Village at New Roads School, 3131 Olympic Blvd, Santa Monica 90404.
Ticket: $20 One General Admission Ticket
Really Special Deal! $39 One General Admission ticket PLUS one copy of Salman Rushdie’s new novel, Quichotte
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Cervantes’ epic, Don Quixote, is inarguably one of the most influential work ever written in Western literature. Its tragicomic aspects are ripe for 21st century reimagining, and no one imagines better than Salman Rushdie. In his new novel, Quichotte, Rushdie serves up social satire, a haunting love story, and a great road trip saturated with suspense and humor. His story is deeply rooted in America of the here and now, complete with television obsession, cyberwar, racism, opioid dependency, and the ever-present fact that we are in an age of “Anything-Can-Happen.” The lines between truth and fiction blur, and we understand why this novel has received rave reviews and is on the Booker Prize longlist. While ours is a civilization imperiled, our heroes in Quichotte define the tricky adventure of our modern life with shrewd satire and compassion.
In conversation with Patt Morrison. Patt is an award-winning journalist and commentator, sharing in two Pulitzers, countless Emmy Awards, and legions of fans at the Los Angeles Times. She hosts the podcast, Patt Morrison Asks,” and is the author of several books, including Don’t Stop the Presses: Truth, Justice, and the American Newspaper.
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