Tickets on Sale Today for New Play Readings With Nathan Lane and Debra Messing

News   Tickets on Sale Today for New Play Readings With Nathan Lane and Debra Messing
Two-time Tony Award winner Nathan Lane and Emmy winner Debra Messing are among stars scheduled to take part in an Oct. 26 reading of six new 10-minute plays by actor/playwright Wesley Taylor in New York as a benefit for the Actors Fund of America. Tickets go on sale today.

Taylor's Bridging the Gap, Spark, Mother, Cuckold, Little Monsters and Billy Green Auditions for Juilliard will be read starting at 7:30 PM that day at the Gerald W. Lynch Theatre at John Jay College, 524 West 59th St. in Manhattan.

As an actor, Taylor has been seen in the original Broadway casts of The Addams Family and Rock of Ages as well as Off-Broadway in Little Miss Sunshine, and the television series "Smash." He also created the Broadway-themed web series "It Could Be Worse" alongside Mitchell Jarvis.

Click here to read's Booking It! column with Taylor, in which he talks about juggling the worlds of stage and television, auditioning (and the nerves that come along with it), making a good first impression and creating his own work in order to become the "quadruple threat" that the theatre industry is now in search of.

The director, host and additional cast members will be announced at a later date. All cast members are subject to change.

Tickets are priced at $80, $155, $255 and $505 and can be ordered starting Aug. 26 by visiting

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