Seldes and Caldwell, Due Off-Broadway in 2007, Brush Up at July 23 Reading

News   Seldes and Caldwell, Due Off-Broadway in 2007, Brush Up at July 23 Reading Marian Seldes and Zoe Caldwell, the stage doyennes due to team up in spring 2007 in the new Terrence McNally work Deuce, will partner on a July 23 reading at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, Long Island.

The two Tony-winners will star 2 PM July 23 in Dorothy Parker Gets The Last Word by Ellen M. Violett. The cast will also include Noah Bean and Kathy McCafferty.

Tickets are $10 to the public and may be ordered by calling the box office at (631) 725-9500. Seating is general admission.

Deuce, set at a tennis match, will play Primary Stages March 20-April 29, 2007.

Seldes acted at Primary Stages last season in McNally's Dedication or The Stuff of Dreams. She won her Tony Award for A Delicate Balance.

Caldwell appears on the New York stage but seldomly, making each new role something of an occasion. Though she has acted on Broadway on only eight occasions (not including a cameo appearance in The Play What I Wrote), she has won the Tony four times—for Slapstick Tragedy, Medea, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie and Master Class. The latter, in 1996, was her most recent New York stage credit. She has worked before with McNally, on both Master Class and the Off-Broadway play A Perfect Ganesh.