Event Details

This evening event is part of “Fried & Fried in Buffalo”, an exciting arts-filled weekend celebrating two generations of compassion, creativity and caring in a culturally iconic Buffalo family. All events are free and open to the public.

Caring for Red: A Daughter’s Memoir
Reading and Book Signing with Mindy Fried

The Un-American, a play by Anna Kay France
Professional Scene Readings
Featuring Richard Lambert, Lisa Vitrano, Phil Knoerzer and Keith Elkins

Please note that in addition to this Friday, November 18th event, the weekend will continue on Saturday, November 19th, as follows:

Saturday afternoon:
Taking Care: Emanuel Fried Drop Hammer Reading Series Special Edition
2-4PM Bulger Communications Building, 2nd Floor Atrium
Student, faculty and staff readings explore issues of caretaking from a variety of perspectives
Coordinated by creative writing professor, Michele Ninacs

Saturday evening:
Intersection: Social Justice and Theatre Arts
7:30-9:30PM Allen Hall, University of Buffalo, South Campus, Main Street, Buffalo
The Mark of Cain, a play by Gary Earl Ross
Scene readings and conversations
Featuring Gary Earl Ross, Lawrence Rowswell and others
Panel discussion following reading with Gary Earl Ross, Rahwa Ghirmatzion, Kurt Schneiderman and more (TBA).
Songs in the key of Fried, with Phil Knoerzer