The daughter of a TV legend visited the School of the Arts to discuss her father's work. The school is one of the first to put on a play recreating the work of Rod Serling, the writer and creator of The Twilight Zone.
Anne Serling made an appearance at the School of the Arts to discuss the importance of her father's work. She also hopes the lessons that can be learned from her father's writing will spread to today's youth.
"These are issues that are still so relevant today. Prejudice and scapegoating and mob mentality; it's still happening. I think with more exposure and knowledge and information and awareness, hopefully it can ultimately change," she said.
Serling was a Binghamton native. He passed away in Rochester in 1975.