Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Noah Robbins Take Part in April 3 Reading of Hamish Linklater's The Vandal

By Andrew Gans
03 Apr 2012

Alan Rickman
Alan Rickman
Photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

The Flea Theater presents a reading of Hamish Linklater's The Vandal April 3 at The Museum of Jewish Heritage.

The reading features the talents of Golden Globe winners Sigourney Weaver and Alan Rickman and Outer Critics Circle nominee Noah Robbins. Flea artistic director Jim Simpson directs.

The Vandal, according to press notes, is "set on a frozen night in Kingston, New York, where a woman (Weaver) who's lost everything tags her name on Death's door."

Linklater, currently starring in Broadway’s Seminar, said in a previous statement that “the play is about how we live and the stories we tell ourselves when we’re haunted by the people we’ve loved and lost.”



Read more about Linklater's career in the Playbill Vault.

All proceeds from this event go to The Flea Theater, now entering its 17th year.

Tickets are $275 and include a light dinner with the cast. To RSVP to the 2012 Benefit Reading, call (212) 226-0051, ext. 102 or email SarahW@TheFlea.org.

For more information visit www.theflea.org.