All My Sons' Camargo Replaces Schreiber in Shakespeare Society's Making of a Leader Benefit

News   All My Sons' Camargo Replaces Schreiber in Shakespeare Society's Making of a Leader Benefit Elisabeth Waterston and Christian Camargo will join Tony winner Richard Easton for the Shakespeare Society's Politics, Prince Hal, and the Making of a Leader Nov. 3.

Camargo, who currently stars in All My Sons, replaces the previously announced Tony winner Liev Schreiber, who was originally scheduled to read selections from Henry IV, Parts I and II and Henry V at the 6:30 PM event.

Due to scheduling conflicts, Camargo will now read the roles of Prince Hal and Henry V in Schreiber's absence. Elisabeth Waterston (The Tempest) will read selections from the role of Katherine, while Jeremy Strong (A Man for All Seasons) will read the roles of Poins and Williams.

As previously reported, Richard Easton will read Falstaff and Henry IV from Henry IV in the evening of readings and social commentary about Henry V, who role-played his way from prodigal son to the leader of a nation. Editor David Scott Kastan and Yale professor George M. Bodman are also scheduled to take part in the discussion that will take place on the eve of the U.S. presidential election.

Tickets for the evening are available by phoning (212) 772-4448. The presentation will take place at the Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College (East 68th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues).

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