Tony winner Pawk and Tony nominee Dossett will star in the romantic comedy Natural History, June 22-July 15. Jennifer Camp's new work, according to press notes, concerns "four interwoven love stories [that] crisscross through four rooms of the Museum of Natural History in one day." The Shadowland season will also include Richard Dresser's Rounding Third (June 1-17), Martin McDonagh's The Cripple of Inishmaan (July 20-Aug. 12), Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt's I Do! I Do! (Aug. 17-Sept. 9) and Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive (Sept. 14-30).
Michele Pawk received a Tony Award for her performance in Hollywood Arms. She has also starred on The Great White Way in Mamma Mia!, Mail, Crazy for You, Chicago, Triumph of Love, Cabaret and Seussical, and she was also seen in the out-of-town tryouts of Stephen Sondheim's Bounce.
John Dossett starred as Dr. J. W. Talbot in Lincoln Center Theater's production of Dinner at Eight and opposite Bernadette Peters in the Sam Mendes-directed revival of Gypsy, earning a Tony nomination for his work as Herbie. He also starred in the Kennedy Center mounting of Stephen Sondheim’s A Little Night Music, and his other theatrical credits include roles in Hello Again, An Almost Holy Picture, Tom Sawyer, Ragtime, Prelude to a Kiss, Mastergate, Fifth of July and King of Schnorrers. On screen Dossett has been seen in "Nick and Jane," "That Night," "Longtime Companion," "Law & Order," "Hack," "Sex & the City," "Homicide," "Blue Moon," "Cracker Man," "JAG" and "Clover."
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