FEED events for WALT DISNEY explore the play in numerous ways: from cinematic, theatrical and historical points-of-view. All events occur directly after the performance and are free to all ticket holders, unless otherwise noted. We also debut a new partnership with our favorite neighborhood bookshop McNally Jackson. Read on for all the neat events.

Lucas Hnath and Sarah Benson in Conversation
May 4th (after the matinee)
The playwright and the director speak about their production. Moderated by Literary & Humanities Manager Raphael Martin.

Lucas Hnath
Playwright Lucas Hnath
(Tony Cenicola for The New York Times)
Director Sarah Benson (Photo by Walter McBride/Ltd.)
Director Sarah Benson
(Photo by Walter McBride/Ltd.)


Andrew Ross on Celebration, Florida
May 11th (after the matinee)

Join the noted professor Andrew Ross (Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, NYU) as he delves into his year of living in the planned Disney community Celebration, FL. Professor Ross with also explore the town of Celebration and how it relates to Disney’s original vision for the Experimental Prototype Community Of Tomorrow (EPCOT).

Downtown Celebration, Forida
Downtown Celebration, Forida
Prof. Andrew Ross, NYU Yunghi Kim for The Chronicle Review
Prof. Andrew Ross, NYU
(Yunghi Kim for The Chronicle Review)


The Museum of the Moving Image + Lucas Hnath
May 15, 2013

Join David Schwartz, Chief Curator at The Museum of the Moving Image, in conversation with playwright Lucas Hnath as the pair discuss a wide-ranging series of topics: movies, film history, topics in Disney Studies, and much more.

Chief Curator David Schwartz, Museum of the Moving Image
Chief Curator David Schwartz, Museum of the Moving Image


FEED@McNally Jackson Bookshop: History and Fiction
May 22, 2013
7pm (note start time)
Venue: McNally Jackson Bookshop, 52 Prince St, New York, NY
(212) 274-1160 ‎ · mcnallyjackson.com

For the first time, FEED collaborates with our favorite area bookshop McNally Jackson! Working with the drama and fiction departments in-store, we will bring together a diverse group of writers who have written about historical characters in their fiction. Purchase a copy of the Lucas Hnath’s DISNEY playtext at the same time! Stay tuned for guest details.

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