9/11 and Its Effect on American Theater 

LA Weekly theater writer Steven Leigh Morris guests on KPCC's Air Talk with Larry Mantle

On Friday, September  8, Larry Mantle talked with guests from different areas of the creative community about 9-11 and its effect on pop culture in America.

Steven Leigh Morris was a guest on the broadcast discussing theater in the five years since the attacks.  The entire hour-long discussion can be listened to online from KPCC's website.

While covering several topics, the discussion of theater begins 36 minutes into the program, which can be accessed directly by clicking here. (Clicking this link will launch Real Player).

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