Bryggman, Greenberg and Molina Read New Grodin Play We Three in NYC

News   Bryggman, Greenberg and Molina Read New Grodin Play We Three in NYC Charles Grodin, Larry Bryggman, Mitch Greenberg and Alfred Molina will appear in a New York City reading of a new work from Grodin called We Three.

The free reading — offered by the Roundabout Theatre Company to its constituents — will take place April 30 at the company's Off-Broadway home at the Laura Pels Theatre at 4 PM.

We Three is billed as "a serious comedy about human relations" from the author of last year's Off-Broadway play The Right Kind of People. The actor-writer also performed the biographical solo "An Evening of Humor and More with Charles Grodin" as a benefit for Primary Stages (which presented the aforementioned play).

Grodin is also known for his work as an actor in such films as "Sex and the College Girl," "Rosemary's Baby," "Heaven Can Wait," "Midnight Run," "Taking Care of Business," "Beethoven" and "Dave." On Broadway, Grodin appeared in Tchin Tchin, Absence of a Cello and Same Time, Next Year and directed Unexpected Guests, Lovers and Other Strangers and Thieves.

Bryggman recently appeared Off-Broadway in King Lear. The Tony Award-nominated actor (for Proof and Picnic) has also been seen on Broadway in Festen, Twelve Angry Men, Prelude to a Kiss and Off-Broadway's The Cherry Orchard, Romance, Roulette and more.

Greenberg appeared in Grodin's The Right Kind of People and will be seen in the upcoming Crazy Mary Off-Broadway. On Broadway, he has played in Ain't Broadway Grand, A Day in Hollywood / A Night in the Ukraine and the 1989 revival of 3 Penny Opera. Molina — currently appearing in Howard Katz at the Pels — can also currently be seen on the screen in "The Hoax." Known for film turns in "Spider-Man 2" and in "The Da Vinci Code," the London-born actor made his Broadway debut in the 1998 Tony Award-winning play Art opposite Alan Alda and Victor Garber. He returned to Broadway in 2004 to tackle the role of Tevye in the new David Leveaux staging of Fiddler on the Roof.