Mary-Louise Parker Will Read How I Learned to Drive at the Vineyard This Summer

News   Mary-Louise Parker Will Read How I Learned to Drive at the Vineyard This Summer
 
The Vineyard Theatre will welcome back original cast members from How I Learned to Drive and The Dying Gaul, including Mary-Louise Parker, Linda Emond and Tim Hopper, for two special reunion events this summer.

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Mark Brokaw (Cinderella, The Lyons), who staged each of the plays when they premiered at the Vineyard, will helm the reunion readings. Tickets for each performance are $75.

Tony Award nominee Emond, Hopper, Cotter Smith and Robert Emmet Lunney will read Tony Award nominee Craig Lucas' 1998 play The Dying Gaul June 24 at 8 PM.

Tony Award winner Parker, David Morse and additional original cast members will reunite for a reading of Paula Vogel's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1997 dark comedy How I Learned to Drive July 1 at 8 PM.

The Vineyard Theatre, which is dedicated to the "creation and production of daring new plays and musicals," has been one of the nation's leading non-profit theatre companies for 30 years. The Vineyard's leadership includes Douglas Aibel (artistic director), Sarah Stern (co-artistic director), Jennifer Garvey-Blackwell (executive producer) and Michael Page (general manager).

Proceeds from both readings benefit The Vineyard's productions and programs. For tickets phone (212) 353-0303 or visit vineyardtheatre.org.

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