Conversations: Denzel Washington And Viola Davis
A Conversation with Denzel Washington & Viola Davis Two-time Academy Award winner Denzel Washington returns to Broadway,
alongside Academy Award nominee and Tony Award winner Viola Davis
This spring some of the brightest names in film, television, theater, dance, sports and culinary arts will sit down with New York Times journalists at TheTimesCenter for the 2010 Spring TimesTalks events.
Participants include best-selling author, physician, scientist, radio host and founder of the Chopra Center Deepak Chopra; Emmy-winning SNY sports analyst and starting pitcher for the New York Mets in 1983 to 1991 Ron Darling; New York chefs and Food Network hosts Bobby Flay, Alexandra Guarnaschelli and Daniel Humm; New York City Ballet Master in Chief Peter Martins and internationally acclaimed architect Santiago Calatrava; host of the highly successful new TV show "Dr. Oz"
Dr. Mehmet Oz; cookbook author, TV host and food entrepreneur extraordinaire Rachael Ray and former restaurant critic of The New York Times and author Ruth Reichl; award-winning actor, producer, director and writer Ben Stiller; multiple-Grammy-winning musician and songwriter Rob Thomas; two-time Academy Award winner Denzel Washington and Academy Award nominee and Tony Award winner Viola Davis.
The following TimesTalk event will be of particular interest to the African-American community:
Wednesday|March 31, 2010. 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM A Conversation with Denzel Washington & Viola Davis Two-time Academy Award winner Denzel Washington returns to Broadway, alongside Academy Award nominee and Tony Award winner Viola Davis, in August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Fences," for a limited, 13-week run beginning April 14 at the Cort Theatre. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear these critically acclaimed actors discuss their work with New York Times Magazine editor at large, Lynn Hirschberg.
The above TimesTalk event takes place at TheTimesCenter, 242 West 41st Street, New York City. For additional information or to purchase advance tickets, which are $30 plus service fees, call 1.888.NYT.1870 or visit www.TimesTalks.com.
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