Sarandon, Styler and Bergl to Appear in Addictions April 3

News   Sarandon, Styler and Bergl to Appear in Addictions April 3
 
A one-night-only presentation of Tricia Walsh-Smith's Addictions will be offered April 3 as a benefit for the Caron Foundation, a leader in the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction.

The evening at the Promenade Theatre will feature the talents of Chris Sarandon, Trudie Styler and Emily Bergl. Peter DuBois, the producing director of the Public Theater, will direct the 6:30 PM trilogy of one-acts. Playwright Walsh-Smith, author of Bonkers, penned Addictions after the suicide of her youngest brother Kevin, who was a long-time alcohol addict. According to press notes, it is Walsh-Smith's hope "that this play might help other suffering addicts."

The Promenade Theatre is located at 2162 Broadway at 76th Street. Tickets, priced $350, are available by calling (212) 371-3220, ext. 6152.

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