If an audience doesn’t laugh, the play/movie/book isn’t funny. Or might it be? Can an audience fail the writer? It’s complicated, says Paul Rudnick, who should know, having written for the screen (Adams Family Values), the stage (Jeffrey) and the page (The New Yorker). A conversation about comedy and stained glass windows – two distinct subjects; there are few funny stained glass windows – at the Museum at Eldridge Street, with music from Mike Cohen and Gary Schreiner.