PHOTO CALL: The Acting Company's Come to the Cabaret Benefit

News   PHOTO CALL: The Acting Company's Come to the Cabaret Benefit Come to the Cabaret: A Celebration of Kander and Ebb, a one-night-only concert benefiting The Acting Company, was presented May 4 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre.

Tony Award winner John Doyle directed an evening of entertainment that boasted the talents of Raúl Esparza, Terrence McNally, Debra Monk, David Hyde Pierce, Chita Rivera, Tom Wopat and Karen Ziemba. Mary-Mitchell Campbell served as music director. Here is a look at the post-performance dinner held at the Marriott Marquis Hotel:

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The Acting Company has previously been honored with a Tony Award for Excellence in Theater. The not-for-profit troupe has produced 36 national tours of 131 classic and new plays adapted from American literary masterpieces. Its current tour — in tandem with the Guthrie Theater — features Shakespeare's Henry V and James Fenimore Cooper's The Spy, adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher. Henry V recently played the New Victory Theater on 42nd Street in Manhattan.