- 001_Introduction.mp3 0:00:51
- 002_A Hotel Room in Moscow, 1954.mp3 0:08:47
- 003_Alsop's House in Georgetown, 1961.mp3 0:14:26
- 004_A Bar in Saigon, 1963.mp3 0:06:41
- 005_Joe's Study, 1963.mp3 0:12:11
- 006_Joe's Study, Continued.mp3 0:03:58
- 007_New York, 1965.mp3 0:04:33
- 008_Joe's Study, November 1965.mp3 0:18:16
- 009_Winter 1967, Outside a Church.mp3 0:09:18
- 010_Washington, Summer 1968.mp3 0:12:50
- 011_Joe's Study, Night.mp3 0:01:34
- 012_Credits.mp3 0:00:46
- 013_Panel Discussion.mp3 0:21:12
The Columnist by David Auburn.
Veteran journalist Joseph Alsop thrived in his role as the right-hand man for Washington’s political elite, influencing both policy and public opinion with his inflammatory columns. But as the political certainties of the post-war era began to chip away in the late 1960s, so did Alsop’s authority, both on the page and in his own life.
An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast production featuring: Tara Lynne Barr, Wilson Bethel, John Getz, David Krumholtz, John Vickery, JoBeth Williams.
Includes a panel discussion with Geoffrey Cowan, a professor at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Journalism, playwright David Auburn, and the New York Times’ national political correspondent, Adam Nagourney.
Recorded by L.A. Theatre Works before a live audience.
Featuring: Tara Lynne Barr, Wilson Bethel, John Getz, David Krumholtz, John Vickery, JoBeth Williams