Peter Scolari Will Direct Tony Winner Len Cariou in Readings of New Play Harry Townsend’s Last Stand

Readings and Workshops   Peter Scolari Will Direct Tony Winner Len Cariou in Readings of New Play Harry Townsend’s Last Stand
 
George Eastman’s play will be presented May 21 and 22 in Manhattan.
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Two industry-only presentations of George Eastman's new play, Harry Townsend's Last Stand, will be offered in Manhattan May 21 and 22 at 3 PM at Nola Studios (250 West 54th Street).

Tony and Emmy winner Len Cariou (Sweeney Todd) will star in the readings with Warren Bub (Gotham). Emmy winner Peter Scolari (Newhart, Wicked) will direct.

In the play, widower Harry Townsend (Cariou), almost 85, is more fragile than ever, but with all his verbal spunk intact. He is delighted that his son Alan (Bub) is finally coming home from California for a visit. Alan, however, arrives only to tell Harry that he must move out of the home he built with his late wife and into an assisted living community.

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Dennis Grimaldi produces. Those in the industry interested in attending should email LastStand@theatrical.ag.

(Updated May 14, 2018)

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