Tony Award winner Harvey Fierstein will be speaking around New York City about his new memoir, “I Was Better Last Night” which is now available from Alfred A. Knopf.
Fierstein’s poignant and hilarious new memoir reveals never-before-told stories of his personal struggles and conflict, of sex and romance, and of his fabled career which has transported him from community theater in Brooklyn to the lights of Broadway to the absurd excesses of Hollywood.
On March 1, the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center is hosting a free live-streamed conversation with Fierstein and journalist Michael Musto. Immediately following the conversation, Fierstein and Doug Reside, Curator of the Billy Rose Theatre Division, will have a live Q&A with viewers.
In addition, Fierstein is scheduled to make the following appearances in New York City the coming weeks: Wednesday, March 2 at The Bell House in conversation with Jordan Roth; on Thursday, March 3 at The Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center in conversation with Michael Riedel; and on Tuesday, March 8 at The National Arts Club in conversation with Julie Halston.
For ticketing and information, please visit www.harveyfierstein.com/events