Falco, Channing, Baranski and Klein Read The Sisters Rosensweig at LCT Benefit March 5

News   Falco, Channing, Baranski and Klein Read The Sisters Rosensweig at LCT Benefit March 5
Edie Falco, Stockard Channing, Christine Baranski and Robert Klein star in the Lincoln Center Theater's benefit reading of the late Wendy Wasserstein's The Sisters Rosensweig on March 5 at 7 PM at the Vivian Beaumont Theater.
Stockard Channing and Christine Baranski
Stockard Channing and Christine Baranski Photo by Aubrey Reuben

Ari Graynor, John Michael Higgins, Simon Jones, Aaron Krohn and Peter Scanavino also star in the reading, which will be directed by the play's original director Daniel Sullivan. Lincoln Center Theater produced the 1992 world premiere of The Sisters Rosensweig, which ran a total of 745 performances — first at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, LCT's Off-Broadway space, and then at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre on Broadway. Klein was in the original cast.

LCT also produced Wasserstein's An American Daughter, Old Money and Third, her final play.

The benefit will raise money for Lincoln Center Theater's productions and education programs.

Tickets for the entire evening include preferred orchestra seating and a dinner with cast members after the performance. They begin at $1,500 for single tickets and $15,000 for a table of ten and are available by calling (212) 501-3251.

Tickets for the performance only are $75 and are on sale at the LCT box office or at www.telecharge.com.

The Vivian Beaumont Theater is located in Manhattan at 150 West 65th Street.

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