Art With Judd Hirsch to Tour Beginning Sept. 14 in San Fran

News   Art With Judd Hirsch to Tour Beginning Sept. 14 in San Fran
 
Yasmina Reza's hit comedy, Art will begin its national tour Sept. 14 at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco. TV and Broadway star Judd Hirsch will reprise his role as Marc in the Tony Award-winning play.

Yasmina Reza's hit comedy, Art will begin its national tour Sept. 14 at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco. TV and Broadway star Judd Hirsch will reprise his role as Marc in the Tony Award-winning play.

Hirsch most recently appeared on Broadway with George Wendt and Joe Morton in the third cast of Art. A stage veteran, he has won two Tony awards for his performances in I'm Not Rappaport and Conversations With My Father , as well as numerous other awards including a Drama Desk Award, an OBIE, two Emmy Awards (for "Taxi") and a Golden Globe (for "Dear John").

The casting of Hirsch's co-stars has yet to be announced.

Art concerns the friendship of three men: Serge, who buys a modern art painting which looks like a white canvas; Marc, who can hardly believe his friend would waste money on such a lack of talent and taste and Yvan who finds himself caught between the two.

Art will run at the Curran through Oct. 10. For tickets and further information, call Ticketmaster at (415) 512-7770. Tour dates following San Francisco include:

Oct. 12-31: Denver, CO; Auditorium Theatre
Nov. 2-7: Sacramento, CA; Community Center Theatre
Nov. 9-14: Tempe, AZ; Gammage Auditorium
Nov. 16-21: Palm Desert, CA; Majestic Theatre
Nov. 23-28: San Antonio, TX; Majestic Theatre
Nov. 30-Dec. 5: Dallas, TX; Majestic Theatre
Dec. 7-12: Columbus, OH; Palace Theatre
Dec. 28-Jan. 2, 2000: Stamford, CT; Palace Theatre
Jan. 4-30: Detroit, MI; Fisher Theatre
Feb. 1-13: Pittsburgh, PA; Byham Theatre
Feb. 15-20: Minneapolis, MN; State Theatre
Feb. 22-27: Grand Rapids, MI; Devos Hall
Feb. 29-March 5: Baltimore, MD; Morris Mechanic
March 7-27: Boston, MA; Colonial Theatre
March 28-April 9: New Haven, CT; Shubert Performing Arts Center
April 11-May 7: Washington, DC; Kennedy Center

Art began performances at Broadway's Royale Theatre March 1, 1998 with Alan Alda, Victor Garber and Alfred Molina. The current Broadway cast, the show's fourth, features Buck Henry, George Segal and Wayne Knight.

Today’s Most Popular News:
 X

Blocking belongs
on the stage,
not on websites.

Our website is made possible by
displaying online advertisements to our visitors.

Please consider supporting us by
whitelisting playbill.com with your ad blocker.
Thank you!