The Double Man: An Impression of WH Auden to Play Off-Broadway

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Mark Wing-Davey is bringing the rarely-seen one-man show to the Public Theater.
Mark Wing Davey
Mark Wing Davey

British actor and director Mark Wing-Davey will take to the stage at the Public Theater March 28 with a one-man show about celebrated poet W.H. Auden. The Double Man: An Impression of WH Auden is written by Ed Thomason, based on the poems, essays and private correspondence of Auden.

MarkWingDavey The Double Man

Wing-Davey, who is the chair of NYU’s graduate acting program, has worked extensively Off-Broadway for NYTW, Manhattan Theatre Club, Lincoln Center and Playwright’s Horizons, among others.

The monologue play will be presented for one night only in The Anspacher Theater at The Public. All proceeds will go towards the DM Scholarship Fund at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, in helping support acting students in need of financial aid.

Purchase tickets online here or by calling NYU directly at (212) 998-1960 or (212) 998-1963.

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