"Dysfunctional Families" of Osage County and Homecoming to Be Part of March 7 Drama Desk Panel

News   "Dysfunctional Families" of Osage County and Homecoming to Be Part of March 7 Drama Desk Panel
Cast members from Broadway's August: Osage County and The Homecoming will take part in the upcoming Drama Desk panel discussion March 7.

Entitled "Broadway's Dysfunctional Families," the panel will feature August: Osage County author Tracy Letts and cast members Amy Morton and Sally Murphy as well as The Homecoming's Raúl Esparza, James Frain and Ian McShane.

The sit-down luncheon will be held at Sardi's beginning at 11:45 AM; the panel discussion takes place from 1-2:30 PM. Drama Desk member Elysa Gardner, theatre critic for USA Today, serves as moderator.

Space is being allotted for non-Drama Desk members. Tickets for members are $35 and $45 for non-members. Interested parties should e-mail wolf@wolfentertainmentguide.com.

Sardi's is located at 234 West 44th Street in Manhattan.

* The Drama Desk, organized in 1949, presented its first awards in 1955. It is the only theatre organization whose awards are competitive equally in the same categories for Broadway, Off-Broadway, Off-Off Broadway and not-for-profit theatre productions

Jeff Perry and Amy Morton in <i>August: Osage County</i>.
Jeff Perry and Amy Morton in August: Osage County. Photo by Joan Marcus
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