Weaver, Hickey, Marvel and Ramsey to Be Part of National Actors Theatre's Hollywood Reading

News   Weaver, Hickey, Marvel and Ramsey to Be Part of National Actors Theatre's Hollywood Reading The National Actors Theatre — founded by the late Tony Randall — will present Christopher Hampton's Tales From Hollywood March 14 at Pace University's Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts.

Part of the theatre company's "Off the Page Reading Series," the evening will feature the talents of Fritz Weaver, John Benjamin Hickey, Elizabeth Marvel and Remak Ramsey. Ethan McSweeney directs; show time is 7:30 PM. Tales From Hollywood, according to production notes, "examines the lives of the great German writers who fled WW II Europe for the razzle dazzle of Hollywood."

The readings are free for NAT patrons and members; call (212) 748-3495 to become a member or for additional information.  The Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts at Pace University is located in downtown Manhattan at Spruce Street between Park Row and Gold.