Christine Baranski, Audra McDonald to Discuss THE GOOD FIGHT at TimesTalks
TimesTalks, The New York Times live conversation and performance series, is proud to host an evening of conversation with the women of political drama series "The Good Fight," actors Christine Baranski, Audra McDonald, Cush Jumbo and co-creator Michelle King, on March 12.
In season three of the critically-acclaimed CBS ALL ACCESS series, the lawyers of Reddick, Boseman & Lockhart try to resist an increasingly tumultuous political environment, where lawyers who tell the best story triumph over the lawyer with the best facts, while balancing their equally tumultuous personal lives. Along with New York Times culture reporter Melena Ryzik, the women of "The Good Fight" will discuss their roles in the show and the trying issues faced in today's political and social climate.
This TimesTalks event will take place on March 12 at TheTimesCenter and will be live streamed on TimesTalks.com and the TimesTalks YouTube channel starting at 7PM EST. Select media passes are available.
TimesTalks is known for providing a platform for engaging and spirited discourse between the most iconic and culturally relevant creative voices of our time.
Announcements about future TimesTalks can be found on TimesTalks.com, and viewers can watch previous installments here, including videos of Stephen Colbert, Denzel Washington, Grace Jones, Margaret Atwood, Greta Gerwig and Saoirse Ronan, Common, Jennifer Lawrence, Jane Goodall, Annie Leibovitz, Ai Weiwei, Anthony Bourdain, and many more.
TimesTalks, The New York Times live conversation and performance series, pairs New York Times journalists with the most creative and seminal figures in the fields of film and theater, art, music, literature, innovation and fashion. In 2018, TimesTalks celebrated its 20th anniversary. For the past two decades, TimesTalks has provided a platform for engaging and spirited discourse among the most iconic and culturally relevant creative voices of our time, paying particular attention to those using the cultural arts as a lens for change.