Last Chance: Marcel Marceau Exits NY's Kaye Playhouse, Silently, March 28

News   Last Chance: Marcel Marceau Exits NY's Kaye Playhouse, Silently, March 28
 
The world's most famous mime, Marcel Marceau, concludes his rare New York appearance (his first since 1995), a two-week run at the Sylvia and Danny Kaye Playhouse, March 28. Performances began March 18.

The world's most famous mime, Marcel Marceau, concludes his rare New York appearance (his first since 1995), a two-week run at the Sylvia and Danny Kaye Playhouse, March 28. Performances began March 18.

The twelve performances will be split into two separate programs. Program A will feature the American premiere of The Soliloquy of Three Poor Souls and an early piece, Bip Looks For a Job. Program B includes a revival of Seven Deadly Sins (last seen in New York in 1964) and the New York premiere of Bip Remembers, a look at growing up in the beginnings of a war-torn century.

For tickets ($30- $45) or more information, call The Kaye Playhouse at (212) 772-4448.

During his NY tenure Marceau has been teaching an intensive workshop at the New York City Center Studios, March 17-28, 1999.

In November 1998, Marceau received one of France's highest honors, being named a Grand Officer of the National Order of Merit. The award was presented to Marceau by French President Jacques Chirac. -- By Sean McGrath and Christine Ehren

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