Go Inside Roundabout’s Benefit Reading of Twentieth Century With Alec Baldwin and Anne Heche

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The stars of 2004 Broadway revival reunited for a one-night-only performance April 29 at Studio 54.
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Anne Heche, Alec Baldwin, and cast of Twentieth Century benefit reading Marc J. Franklin

Roundabout Theatre Company welcomed back Alec Baldwin and Anne Heche—stars of the 2004 Broadway revival of Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur’s comedy Twentieth Century—for a benefit reading of a new adaptation by Ken Ludwig. The reading, directed by Walter Bobbie, reunited the stars for a one-night-only performance April 29 at Studio 54.

Dan Butler, Stephen DeRosa and Julie Halston—who were also featured in the 2004 production—were part of the benefit cast on Monday, along with Paul Alexander Nolan, Henry Winkler, Richard Kind, Nick Choksi, Holley Fain, Michael Mulheren, Raji Ahsan, Franklin Bongjio, Daniel Fredrick, and Evan Powell.

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