Running Aug. 3-13, the conference will also present the second annual O'Neill Follies, which will include performances by Joel Silberman, Euan Morton, Allan Harris, Amanda McBroom, Andre DeShields, Gretchen Reinhagen and Tony winner Liliane Montevecchi.
Artistic director Michael Bush and musical director Steven Ray Watkins will also shepherd two new cabaret-theatre pieces in development. They include Cross that River by Allan and Pat Harris and Michael Aman and 40 Naked Women, A Monkey, and Me by Jonathan Brielle.
Solo performances include Amanda McBroom (Aug. 4 at 8 PM); Penny Fuller's Lost and Found (Aug. 5 at 8 PM); 2011 Cabaret Fellows: Evening One (Aug. 6 at 8 PM); O’Neill Follies: An Evening in Two Acts (Aug. 7 at 6 PM); Jim Dale's Still Carrying On (Aug. 9 at 8 PM); Lillias White's From Brooklyn to Broadway (Aug. 10 at 8 PM); Cross that River (Aug. 11 at 2 PM); 2011 Cabaret Fellows: Evening Two (Aug. 11 at 8 PM); 2011 Cabaret Junior Fellows in Concert and 40 Naked Women, A Monkey, and Me (Aug. 12 at 8 PM); and Grand Finale Cabaret (Aug. 13 at 8 PM).
Phone (860) 443-1238 or visit www.theoneill.org.
The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center was founded in 1964 and is based in Waterford, CT. Programs at the Center include the Puppetry Conference, Playwrights Conference, Critics Institute, Music Theater Conference and the National Theater Institute. The Monte Cristo Cottage, O'Neill's childhood home, is also owned and operated by the group.