Directed by Rudolf Buitendach, the 90-minute production will feature Golden Globe nominee Diane Venora, Ernie Hudson, Jon Heder, Anthony Ruivivar, SAG nominee Stelio Savante, Ethan Kogan and Jessica Silvetti. Additional casting will be announced.
A love letter to New York City, the play was most recently performed at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts in 2011 and at The Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles in 2010.
In 110 Stories, press notes state, "a blend of characters allows for thirty perspectives to be shared, including those of an iron worker, cop, homeless couple, photojournalist, K9 handler, doctor, body worker, chaplain and volunteer. A firefighter leads us on the journey through September 11th and into the recovery."
The benefit performance is supported by lead producer Stelio Savante, director Rudolf Buitendach, casting directors Engine Media Group and producers Ethan Kogan and Jessica Silvetti and playwright Sarah Tuft. In a statement Savante said, "I’m delighted to bring this to Los Angeles for the second time. Sarah’s compelling play defines the victory of the human spirit over adversity despite all of our differences, and in honor of those who are no longer with us."
Tickets are between $25-$55 and may be purchased through ItsMySeat.com at http://itsmyseat.com/110stories and through The Nate Holden Performing Arts Center/Ebony Rep at http://www.ebonyrep.org/on_stage_now.html.