Joel Grey, Sutton Foster, Tom Stoppard and Kathleen Marshall Set for TimesTalks Series

By Adam Hetrick
March 7, 2011

Tony Award winners Joel Grey, Sutton Foster, Kathleen Marshall and Tom Stoppard will participate in the New York Times' upcoming TimesTalks series, beginning March 15.



Stoppard, whose Tony-winning play Arcadia recently returned to Broadway, will sit down with Times theatre reporter Patrick Healy March 15 at 6 PM. Stoppard will discuss his career as a playwright and screenwriter, as well as his inspiration for Arcadia.

Anything Goes director-choreographer Marshall will join stars Sutton Foster and Joel Grey to discuss the Roundabout Theatre Company's  upcoming Broadway revival of the Cole Porter classic. Musical performances will also be part of the March 21 at 6 PM event.

Additional TimesTalks presentations include a conversation with actor Bradley Cooper (March 15 at 8 PM) and "Discussion: The Civil War," with documentary filmmaker Ken Burns (April 4 at 6:30 PM).

The TimesTalks series is held at the TimesCenter, located at 242 West 41st Street in Manhattan. Tickets are available by visiting TimesTalks.