Baldwin will appear as a guest on "The View" March 2 at 11 AM and then chat with Conan O'Brien on "Late Night" March 4 at 12:27 AM (late Friday night). (All times ET, Check your local listings.)
Baldwin last teamed with Roundabout on the 2004 Broadway revival of Twentieth Century opposite Anne Heche and previously starred in Orton's Loot. The constant screen star has also made room for stage turns includingTrumbo, Loot, Serious Money, the benefit Short Talks on the Universe and the 1992 revival of A Streetcar Named Desire — for which he was Tony Award-nominated. The Long Island native is known for such films as David Mamet's "State and Main" and "Glengarry Glen Ross," Craig Lucas' "Prelude to a Kiss" (reprising his Off-Broadway role), "The Cooler," "The Aviator," "The Hunt for Red October," "Pearl Harbor," "Beetlejuice," the current "Elizabethtown" and the upcoming "Fun with Dick and Jane."
Scott Ellis (Twelve Angry Men) directs the new Roundabout Theatre Company staging of the dark comedy which also stars Jan Maxwell (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), Chris Carmack ("The O.C.," "Smallville") and Richard Easton (The Rivals). Previews began Feb. 17 for the limited engagement which opens March 16 at the Laura Pels Theatre and runs through May 21.
In Entertaining Mr. Sloane, Orton pens a tale of a landlady (Maxwell) who invites the titular "attractive, mischievous and dangerous" man (Carmack) back to her house where she and her brother (Baldwin) "compete for his favors." The stranger's past, however, threatens to catch up with him as the siblings' elderly father (Easton) recalls when they last met. The London-set drama made its Broadway debut in 1965 and was revived in 1996 Off-Broadway.
Tickets to Entertaining Mr. Sloane are available by calling Roundabout Ticket Services at (212) 719-1300 or online at www.roundabouttheatre.org.