Luther Davis

Saturday, October 26, 1985

Lloyd Moss speaks with American playwright and screenwriter Luther Davis. They begin by talking about one of Moss's most famous productions, "Kismet". Davis discusses how he got into screenwriting, about the current state of writing for theater and film, and the hazards of Hollywood and New York. He also discusses his production of the Off-Broadway play "Not About Heroes".


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