Stuckeybowl's "Ed" and Stage Couple Join Second Stage's All-Star Bowling Classic, March 8

News   Stuckeybowl's "Ed" and Stage Couple Join Second Stage's All-Star Bowling Classic, March 8 Stuckeyville's bowling alley-lawyer on television's "Ed" and recent Urinetown star Tom Cavanagh as well as stage couple Michele Pawk (Hollywood Arms) and John Dossett (Gypsy) join the Broadway lineup of Second Stage's All-Star Bowling Classic, March 8.
Tom Cavanagh
Tom Cavanagh

The Second Stage Theatre fund-raising event is in its 17th year. The 2004 All-Star Bowling Classic is set for March 8 at 7 PM at the Leisure Time Bowling Lanes in Port Authority. Cavanagh, Pawk and Dossett join Broadway stars Alec Baldwin (Twentieth Century), Alfred Molina (Fiddler on the Roof), Cherry Jones (Imaginary Friends), Swoosie Kurtz (Frozen), Martha Plimpton (the upcoming Sixteen Wounded), Mark Linn-Baker (A Year with Frog and Toad) and Daphne Rubin-Vega (Anna in the Tropics) who will lend their bowling hands.

Also slated to appear are Sam Waterston ("Law & Order"), Kate Shindle (Cabaret, former "Miss America"), Richard Thomas (The Stendhal Syndrome), Terry Kinney (Buried Child, "Oz"), Joy Behar ("The View"), Tony Perkins ("Good Morning America" weatherman), Peter Weller ("RoboCop"), Ted McGinley ("Married... With Children"), Robert Klein ("Two Weeks Notice"), Mary Kay Place ("Being John Malkovich"), Josh Hamilton (Proof), Edward Herrmann ("The Cat's Meow"), James Rebhorn (Dinner at Eight), Buck Henry (Morning's at Seven) and Irina Pantaeva ("Zoolander").

Second Stage currently presents Charles Mee's Wintertime starring Marsha Mason and Michael Cerveris. For more information on the company and shows, visit www.secondstagetheatre.com.

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