The reading, which is the second installment in Noël & Company’s festival honoring the work of Eva Le Gallienne, is directed by artistic director Keith Merrill. Anne Kaufman produces.
The piece, according to press notes, tells the story of the "ill-fated romance between rough-hewn carnival barker Liliom and sweet-tempered servant girl Julie." The show is best known as the inspiration for the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel.
Cabaret stars Andrea Marcovicci and Steve Ross will perform a pre-show "Prelude," and the evening also includes performances by world-class musicians and an exhibit of treasures belonging to Eva Le Gallienne, who originated the role of Julie in the 1921 Broadway production of Liliom.
To order tickets, priced $15-$25, or for more information, visit noelandcompany.org.