Presidential Lecture & Performance Series
The College of Visual and Performing Arts is pleased to honor Tony Kushner as a Visiting Scholar, an appointment made possible through the generosity of the Maegene Nelson Visiting Scholar Program in Cross-Disciplinary Arts.
|About Tony Kushner|
Tony Kushner’s internationally acclaimed Angels In America won the Pulitzer Prize in 1993 and numerous Tony Awards. In 2012, he wrote the screenplay for Spielberg’s movie Lincoln for which he received an Academy Award nomination and won the New York Film Critics Circle Award. Adding to his pantheon of awards, he has won an Emmy for the HBO film version of Angels, three Obies, an Oscar nomination for his screenplay of Steven Spielberg’s film Munich, an Arts Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a Cultural Achievement Award from The National Foundation for Jewish Culture, and the 2012 National Medal of Arts.
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We greatly appreciate University Parking Services for their consideration of our patrons in agreeing to provide complimentary parking preceding our events. Parking lots that are available for complimentary use are R11 - the Band lot, R07 - the Administration Building lot, and R13 - the Visitor lot. Please refer to the map for parking lot locations. Please note that parking in handicap, service and reserved spaces until 11:00 pm is prohibited without a valid TTU parking or handicap permit.