Kennedy Center's "Lunchtime" Series Continues with Angry Men and Virginia Woolf?

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The Kennedy Center's "Lunchtime Look-in" series, which features a question-and-answer session with stars of various Kennedy Center productions, will resume in October.

On Oct. 11 cast members from the national tour of Twelve Angry Men will head to the Kennedy Center's Terrace Gallery for the noon "Lunchtime Look-in." The afternoon invites audience members to "bring a lunch, take a seat, and join cast members of Twelve Angry Men for an intimate discussion--including the opportunity to ask questions of the artists." The series will continue Jan. 18, 2007, with an examination of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? The program will also be held in the Terrace Gallery at noon.

Twelve Angry Men will play the Kennedy Center Oct. 3-22; Richard Thomas and George Wendt star in the tour of the play, which was nominated for a 2005 Tony Award for Best Revival. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? — starring Kathleen Turner and Tony winner Bill Irwin — will play the D.C. venue Jan. 4-28, 2007.

Tickets for the "Lunchtime Look-in" series are priced $12. For more information visit

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