Ethan Hawke Reads Late Henry Moss at Ireland's Abbey, March 14

News   Ethan Hawke Reads Late Henry Moss at Ireland's Abbey, March 14 Actor Ethan Hawke, who played in The Late Henry Moss Off-Broadway, will star in a reading of the work again at Ireland's Abbey Theatre.

Moss is part of the Dublin venue's series of play readings by "cutting-edge American" playwrights titled "Americana" at their Peacock Theatre space.

The plays chosen include Charles L. Mee's Big Love, Tony Kushner's Homebody, Wallace Shawn's The Fever, Terrence McNally's Love! Valour! Compassion!, Suzan-Lori Parks' Fucking A, Sam Shepard's The Late Henry Moss and David Hancock's The Race of the Ark Tatoo.

Among the directors for the works will be Gerard Stembridge, Martin Drury, Audrey Devereux, Paul Mercier, Conall Morrison and David Horan. Peter Sheridan directs the Moss cast which includes Oliver Maguire, Maria McDermottroe, Lorcan Crannitch, Ned Dennehy, Gerard Byrne and Hawke.

On The National Theatre of Ireland mainstage, the Abbey Theatre, is All My Sons by another American scribe, Arthur Miller. The work, directed by Joe Dowling (Tartuffe), runs at the space through March 29. American actors Helen Carey (London Assurance) and Peter Michael Goetz (Sex and Longing, The Last Night of Ballyhoo) appear in a cast that also include Charles Bark, Barry Barnes, Declan Conlon, Darragh Kelly, Justine Mitchell, Marion O'Dwyer, David Parnell, Daniel Price and Jasmine Russell.

The Abbey is located on the web at www.abbeytheatre.ie.