In the final work of the second annual "American Voices: Drama, Dialogue, Downtown" play reading series, Brown will be joined in the cast for the 7 PM reading by John Buffalo Mailer, Stacy Fischer, Steve Barkhimer, Adrianne Krystansky and Zuzanna Szadowski .
Brown won a Tony Award for her turn in Copenhagen and is also known for her television title role in "The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd." Her most recent New York stage appearance was in Humble Boy at Manhattan Theatre Club. Other credits also include James Joyce's The Dead, Arcadia, The Threepenny Opera and The Secret Rapture. She will appear in the upcoming Huntington Theatre Company staging of Sisters Rosensweig.
The Arthur Miller post-World War II drama focuses on a man who struggles between his responsibilities to his American family —who has lost their eldest son to the war — and his profession.
The "American Voices" series, which "showcases classic American works," launched this season Thornton Wilder's The Matchmaker starring Charles Busch as Dolly Levi. Kerry O'Malley (Into The Woods) then starred in a Lillian Hellman's The Children's Hour followed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson (Lackawanna Blues) and Anthony Mackie (McReele) in Charles Fuller's A Soldier’s Play.
Tickets for the "American Voices: Drama, Dialogue, Downtown" series are available at The Shubert Theatre Box Office, 265 Tremont Street in Boston, MA or by calling (800) 447-7400. For more information, visit www.wangcenter.org.