Corrie, Lennon, Shakespeare
Friday, October 06, 2006
Studio 360 gets real. We hear about the divisive new play My Name is Rachel Corrie, which was scripted from the diaries of an American protester who was killed in the Gaza Strip. Ron Rosenbaum, author of The Shakespeare Wars tells Kurt Andersen why the Bard’s plays still spark controversy. And Sean Lennon stops by to talk about his new CD Friendly Fire and the pressures of being rock n’ roll royalty.