Special event: Author Maria Konnikova joins game theorist Michael Richter and Scientific American's Steve Mirsky this Saturday, March 22 to discuss game theory, cons, and FAST COMPANY

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After this Saturday’s 2:00 PM matinee performance of FAST COMPANYMaria Konnikova, author of the New York Times bestseller Mastermind: How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes and a forthcoming book, The Confidence Game, will join Michael Richter, Assistant Professor of Economics at Yeshiva University, for a lively post-performance discussion of the play, game theory, and the psychology of the con. Scientific American columnist and editor Steve Mirsky, host of the Science Talk podcast, will moderate the discussion.

For this matinee performance, you can pick your own price! $5.00 to $20.00. Buy your ticket at this link now.  Still undecided? Read an interview with playwright Carla Ching about the creation of FAST COMPANY, this year's EST/Sloan Mainstage Production.