Richard Easton and Mary Louise Wilson to Perform Pinter's A Slight Ache Nov. 30

News   Richard Easton and Mary Louise Wilson to Perform Pinter's A Slight Ache Nov. 30 Tony Award-winning actors Richard Easton and Mary Louise Wilson will appear in Harold Pinter's A Slight Ache Nov. 30 at the Paley Center.

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Antony Marsellis will direct the 2 PM staged presentation, one of the final plays of Food for Thought's season. Easton (Elling, Coast of Utopia) and Wilson (Grey Gardens, Cabaret) will play Edward and Flora, respectively, in Pinter's dark comedy about youth, aging and the fear of the unknown.

Additional presentations will include Horton Foote's The Man Who Climbed the Pecan Trees and Susan Charlotte's Did You Know My Husband? (Dec. 6); excerpts from Arthur Miller, featuring Joan Copeland (Dec. 9); a Noel Coward one act (Dec. 15); and Robert Walden's Twenty Twenty Vision (Dec. 20).

For tickets phone (646) 366-9340. The Paley Center for Media is located at 25 West 52nd Street in Manhattan.

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