Kushner, Quixote, Zoo Story
Saturday, June 05, 2004
Kurt Andersen and his guest, the playwright Tony Kushner, talk about how an artist knows his work is finally, completely, done. A theater fan fights with her hero, Edward Albee, about revising one of his greatest plays, The Zoo Story, 44 years after he first wrote it. And we hear the strange tale behind Orson Welles's unfinished film version of Don Quixote — and why the Spanish government finished the movie after his death.