TONIGHT AT 8:30
Monday, October 15, 2018
at Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theater
at Symphony Space
2537 Broadway at 95th Street
Directed by Jesse Berger
Music Direction by Greg Pliska
Movement by Tracy Bersley
Lighting by Paul Hudson
Featuring Nick Choksi, Carson Elrod, Joanna Gleason, Rosemary Harris, Norm Lewis, Mark Linn-Baker, Chessa Metz, Talene Monahon, Bebe Neuwirth, Kristine Nielsen, Brad Oscar, Ken Page, Laila Robins, Chris Sarandon, Jeanine Serralles, Derek Smith, Mary Testa, Raphael Nash Thompson, and Michael Urie
Don't miss this unique evening of effervescent THEATER, sparkling BUBBLY, and transporting SONG!
The brilliant wit of Noël Coward in three delightful bites, served up by a cast of New York’s most delectable actors. After complimentary sparkling spirits, the evening unfolds: Red Peppers, described by Coward as “a vaudeville sketch sandwiched in between two parodies of music hall songs”; Shadow Play: A Musical Fantasy, a surreal love story between a married couple and their younger selves; and Ways and Means, a madcap comedy about a young couple on the make. These are three gems from a cycle of ten one-acts, originally written for Coward himself to perform with the legendary Gertrude Lawrence, after audiences couldn’t get enough of them in Private Lives.
All proceeds help to make our programs possible.
This is a benefit performance for Red Bull Theater's Revelation Reading Series.
Join us as we kick off our 2018-19 season with this special benefit performance.
The performance of Tonight at 8:30 will begin at, well, 8:30 PM.
But join us from 7:30 PM for drinks and light bites with the cast.
The bubbly will flow throughout the night as we break between the short plays, and the entire evening will conspire to raise our spirits.
Dress is Black Tie Inspired
(Whatever that means to you! This is not a black tie event.)
The OBIE Award-Winning Revelation Readings series provides a unique opportunity to hear rarely-produced classic plays performed by many of the finest actors in New York.
Casting subject to change.