Reflecting Rabe, Featuring Bobby Cannavale, Judith Ivey and Matthew Modine, Presented April 15

By Adam Hetrick
April 15, 2012

Bobby Cannavale, Judith Ivey and Matthew Modine appear in Reflecting Rabe: Readings from David Rabe's Work April 15 as part of the Dark Nights at The New Group series.



The 4 PM presentation at the Acorn Theatre on Theatre Row includes Cannavale, Ivey and Modine reading selections from Rabe's work, spanning plays to fiction, according to the New Group. Ivey earned a Tony Award for starring in Rabe's Hurlyburly.

The evening coincides with the New Group's world-premiere production of Rabe's An Early History of Fire, which began previews April 5.

Tony-winning playwright David Rabe's plays include The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel, Sticks and Bones, The Orphan, In the Boom Boom Room, Streamers, Those the River Keeps, A Question of Mercy, The Dog Problem and The Black Monk.

Reservations are required. There is a $20 suggested donation. E-mail seats@thenewgroup.org.

The Acorn Theatre is located at Theatre Row, 410 West 42nd Street. For further information visit thenewgroup.org.