Playwright Nilo Cruz, Chay Yew and Nadja Tesich will be the guests on "Free at Three: Universal Writers -- Oppressive Histories," a panel held at the Public Theater in New York City, Feb. 13 at 3 PM. The writers will talk about the political histories of their homelands and the impact on their work. Cruz, author of the currently-running Public show, Two Sisters and a Piano, was born in Cuba. Asian American Yew's plays include Red and A Language of Their Own. Tesich, meanwhile, hails from Yugoslavia. Her After the Revolution was produced by the Women's Project.
The panel is free to the public.
--By Robert Simonson