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  • Charlie Rose with Wendy Wasserstein, John Guare & David Henry Hwang; Caio Fonseca, Edmund White & Isabel Fonseca; Morris Lapidus (November 23, 2000)
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Charlie Rose with Wendy Wasserstein, John Guare & David Henry Hwang; Caio Fonseca, Edmund White & Isabel Fonseca; Morris Lapidus (November 23, 2000)


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In honor of the Yale drama school's 75th anniversary, playwrights Wendy Wasserstein, John Guare and David Henry Hwang reflect on their alma mater's rich history. Then, a remembrance of late artist Bruno Fonseca, who died at 36. His brother and sister, artist Caio Fonseca and author Isabel Fonseca, and long-time family friend Edmund White, the writer, discuss his work, his life, and the new book Bruno Fonseca: The Secret Life of Painting. Later, architect Morris Lapidus on his long career designing storefronts, hotels and stage sets and being honored this year by the Smithsonian's Cooper Hewitt as an American Original, an award created especially for him.

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