Special Guest: David Ives


Saturday, February 08, 2003

Kurt Andersen and playwright David Ives talk about how very tiny things capture the imagination.

David Ives is a playwright who's been called "the maestro of the short form" by the New York Times. He's probably best known for his one-act comedies including All in the Timing and Mere Mortals. His new long-form play, Polish Joke, opens in previews at the Manhattan Theater Club on February 25th.


David Ives

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