Darwin Doesn't Survive at Bay Street Theatre After Sept. 3

News   Darwin Doesn't Survive at Bay Street Theatre After Sept. 3
The Bay Street Theatre's production of the Crispin Whittell comedy Darwin in Malibu, starring Hal Linden as the author of "The Origin of Species," will end its run on Sept. 3 at the Long Island theatre. Performances began Aug. 15.

Hal Linden won a Tony Award for his work in The Rothschilds. Other Broadway credits for the "Barney Miller" star include Bells Are Ringing, The Sisters Rosensweig, The Gathering, Ilya Darling and Cabaret. Linden stars opposite "My Girl" star Anna Chlumsky, Richard Easton and Neal Huff.

Easton's New York credits include The Invention of Love, Entertaining Mr. Sloane and Bach at Liepzig.

The play finds Darwin, the founder of the theory of evolution, alive and lounging around in a deck chair in Malibu. Soon, two contemporaries arrive and the debate over the origins of man begins anew.

Daniel Gerroll, a Bay Street regular as both actor and director, directs.

The play concludes the company's 2006 summer season.

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