Milton and Augusto

Commemoration: 1973/2013

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Written by Robert Reich,
Directed by Joy Carlin

Monday, September 16, 2013
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | Pacific Film Archive Theater, 2575 Bancroft Way

Julian López-Morillas (as Augusto Pinochet) argues with Anthony Nemirovsky (as Milton Friedman), September 2013.
Julian López-Morillas (as Augusto Pinochet) argues with Anthony Nemirovsky (as Milton Friedman), September 2013.

- Read "Milton and Augusto," Erica Hellerstein's article for the Fall 2013 Berkeley Review
 
On the 40th anniversary of the coup that brought Pinochet to power in Chile, the Center for Latin American Studies is presenting a reading of Robert Reich’s new play, “Milton and Augusto,” directed by Joy Carlin. The play gives dramatic form to the 1975 meeting of the American economist Milton Friedman and the Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet.
 
Robert Reich is Chancellor’s Professor of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. Previously, he served as Secretary of Labor in the Clinton administration.
 
Joy Carlin is a renowned Bay Area actor and director.
 
Featuring Julian López-Morillas (Augusto Pinochet), Anthony Nemirovsky (Milton Friedman), Carla Pantoja (Carla), and Armando McClain (Roberto).
 
Carla Pantoja (as Carla) and Armando McClain (as Roberto), September 2013.
Carla Pantoja (as Carla) and Armando McClain (as Roberto), September 2013.
Anthony Nemirovsky (as Milton Friedman) lectures Carla Pantoja (Carla), September 2013.
Anthony Nemirovsky (as Milton Friedman) lectures Carla Pantoja (Carla), September 2013.
The audience watches "Milton and Augusto," September 2013.
The audience watches "Milton and Augusto," September 2013.
Director Joy Carlin with CLAS chair Harley Shaiken, September 2013.
Director Joy Carlin with CLAS chair Harley Shaiken, September 2013.
From left: director Joy Carlin, CLAS chair Harley Shaiken, Carla Pantoja (Carla), Anthony Nemirovsky (Milton Friedman), Julian López-Morillas (Augusto Pinochet), and Armando McClain (Roberto), September 2013.
From left: director Joy Carlin, CLAS chair Harley Shaiken, Carla Pantoja (Carla), Anthony Nemirovsky (Milton Friedman), Julian López-Morillas (Augusto Pinochet), and Armando McClain (Roberto), September 2013.

Augusto Pinochet and Milton Friedman.
Augusto Pinochet and Milton Friedman.