National Actors Theatre Presents Free Iguana Reading with Baldwin, Ivey and Robins Dec. 12

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The National Actors Theatre, founded by the late Tony Randall, will continue its "Off the Page Reading Series" with The Night of the Iguana.

On Dec. 12, Alec Baldwin, Judith Ivey, Laila Robins, Sloane Shelton and Joseph Wiseman will take part in a reading of the Tennessee Williams play at The Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts at Pace University. Show time is 7 PM. Randall's widow, Heather Randall, and Steven Ditmyr are co-producers of the one-night-only event.

The Night of the Iguana, according to press notes, concerns "a fallen clergyman-turned-tour guide [who is] driven half mad by a busload of pious female tourists [and] takes refuge at an Edenic inn on Mexico's west coast. There, he finds himself torn between three very different women: a teenaged temptress, an itinerant spinster artist, and a lusty widow."

The reading is free, and tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. For reservations, call (212) 748-3495. The Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts at Pace University is located in downtown New York City at Spruce St. between Park Row and Gold.

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