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Full Harvey Fierstein CASA VALENTINA Talkback Video Now Available

Full Harvey Fierstein CASA VALENTINA Talkback Video Now AvailableMulti-Tony Award-winning writer, actor and activist Harvey Fierstein was featured in a discussion all about his eagerly awaited new play Casa Valentina at a talkback this week and a complete video of the conversation is now available to view.

Fierstein joins with moderator Elliott Forrest for the talkback that was held at the Greene Space as part of their continuing INSIDE LOOK series.

The official description of the Casa Valentina talkback is as follows: "Join us for a conversation with four-time Tony Award-winner Harvey Fierstein as he takes us behind the curtain of his first new play in almost 30 years. Written by Fierstein and directed by two-time Tony Award-winner Joe Mantello, "Casa Valentina" is set in the 1960s in the Catskill Mountains and based on actual events. Every weekend, heterosexual men gather in a bungalow colony to dress safely and discreetly as women. But when faced with the opportunity to become an official organization, these "self-made women" must decide whether public recognition can help them gain a place in open society, or spell their own personal disaster. This event is part of our Inside Look series of conversations and backstage videos that take you behind the curtain of the season's most anticipated Broadway shows."

Of note, the Casa Valentina talkback occured on March 11.

More information on the Casa Valentina talkback is available at the official site here.

View the new video with Harvey Fierstein discussing CASA VALENTINA below.

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