Jason Alexander to Star in Benefit Performance of Forbidden Broadway

News   Jason Alexander to Star in Benefit Performance of Forbidden Broadway Jason Alexander, the stage star best known for his work on TV's "Seinfeld," will direct and co-star in a one-night-only performance of Forbidden Broadway April 2.

The evening, which will be held at the Skirball Cultural Center's Ahmanson Ballroom in Los Angeles, is part of the 4th Annual Celebration of Reprise!. In addition to the 8 PM performance, the benefit, which begins at 5:30 PM, will also include a cocktail reception, a silent auction and a sit-down dinner. Alexander will be joined onstage in this special edition of Gerard Alessandrini's Forbidden Broadway by Susanne Blakeslee, Stan Chandler and Kristine Zbornik. Brad Ellis will be the evening's musical director.

Best known for his work on the Emmy-winning TV sitcom "Seinfeld," Jason Alexander is also a Broadway veteran. He made his Broadway debut in the original cast of Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along, and he also appeared in The Rink, Broadway Bound, Jerome Robbins' Broadway and The Accomplice. Alexander won a 1989 Tony Award for his work in Jerome Robbins' Broadway, and he also starred opposite Martin Short in the L.A. mounting of Mel Brooks' The Producers.

The Skirball Cultural Center's Ahmanson Ballroom is located in Los Angeles, CA, at 2701 N. Sepulveda Boulevard. Single tickets are priced $275 and $375 with tables of ten ranging $2,750-$3,750. For tickets call (310) 319-1111. Visit www.reprise.org for more information.