The discussion, which will also include Steven Dietz, professor of theatre for the university, is presented in conjunction with University of Texas' exhibit "Rehearsing the American Dream: Arthur Miller's Theater."
One of America's most renowned playwrights, Arthur Miller won the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize for his drama Death of a Salesman. Among his noted works are The Crucible, After the Fall, All My Sons, The Price and A View from the Bridge.
Co-sponsored by the Ransom Center and the university's College of Fine Arts, the discussion of Miller's legacy is free and open to the public. The 7PM discussion will take place at the Jessen Auditorium on The University of Texas at Austin campus.
Kushner, a Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner for Angels in America, has also penned Short Talks on the Universe, A Bright Room Called Day, Slavs!, Hydriotaphia, Homebody/Kabul and the Tony-nominated musical Caroline, or Change.
Further information is available by visiting www.hrc.utexas.edu.