The young actor will appear March 21 on the WB11's Morning News (8:30-9:00 AM) and ABC's "The Tony Danza Show" (10-11 AM). All times ET (Check your local listings).
Stage newcomer Carmack is know for his television work on "The O.C.," "Smallville," "Related" and "The Last Ride". He also appears in the upcoming film "Just My Luck" starring Lindsay Lohan.
Scott Ellis (Twelve Angry Men) directs the new Roundabout Theatre Company staging of Joe Orton's dark comedy which began previews Feb. 17 and opened Off Broadway March 16. The limited engagement runs at the Laura Pels Theatre 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.