A Conversation with Gregory Peck Now, he may not be the best actor in the world. But he's a damn good Gregory Peck, and tonight the premier aw-shucks hero himself will speak, in his rich, Atticus Finch meets John Doe voice, to mere mortals. Unbeknownst to many, Peck's career in Hollywood has covered more than 50 years of film acting. Peck has also produced films, been the president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and was the founding chairman of the American Film Institute. The Society for the Performing Arts brings Peck and his program, which includes film clips, to the smallish Brown Theater. Microphones will be set up in the aisles so that audience members can ask the great man questions. 7:30 p.m. Wortham Center, Brown Theater, 500 Texas, 227-2787. $10$50.