November 21, 2014

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Remembering Robin Williams: Highlights From Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo

Oscar winner Robin Williams made his Broadway dramatic-acting debut in Rajiv Joseph’s Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. This meditation on American involvement in the Middle East told the story of two American soldiers and an Iraqi translator whose fates intertwined as the ghost of a zoo tiger (Williams) wandered a Baghdad that grows increasingly haunted. Moisés Kaufman directed the humor-flecked drama about morally-challenged characters questioning their place in the world. Read more about Robin William’s legacy.




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