Playwright David Ives Finds His Timing Perfectly

NEW YORK — There was a moment this past December in Paris when playwright David Ives achieved what he calls “a moment of maximum fabulosity.”

Film director Roman Polanski had invited him to a snazzy cafe to talk more about adapting his Tony Award-nominated play “Venus in Fur” into a movie when the pair spotted the chic “God of Carnage” playwright Yasmina Reza sitting with a distinguished-looking gentleman. After the trio exchanged greetings, the mysterious man was introduced as renowned writer Milan Kundera, whose books include “The Unbearable Lightness of Being.”

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Playwright David Ives Finds His Timing Perfectly

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