Fogler, Bean, Gersten and More Cast in Rise and Fall of Annie Hall

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The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall, a new play by Sam Foreman, will begin performances at the Lion Theatre at Theatre Row Oct. 24. The limited engagement, presented by Stage 13, is currently scheduled to run through Nov. 9.
Dan Fogler with his 2005 Tony Award.
Dan Fogler with his 2005 Tony Award. Photo by Aubrey Reuben

Directed by Sam Gold, the cast will feature Noah Bean (FX's "Damages"), Dan Fogler (Spelling Bee Tony winner), Kate Gersten, Erica Newhouse and Charles Socarides (The Marriage of Bette and Boo). "In this new comedy," press notes state, "neurotic young playwright Henry Blume is on a mission to turn his favorite Woody Allen movie into the next great American musical. Betrayal, infidelity and romance fuel his reckless pursuit of Broadway glory, turning Henry's life upside down in this up to the minute, New York comedy about the perils of success in a notoriously cutthroat town."

The production will feature set and costume design by Dane Laffrey, lighting design by Ben Stanton and sound design by Jane Shaw. Rebecca Goldstein-Glaze is the production stage manager, and Lisa Dozier is the producer.

Show times are Tuesday-Saturday at 8 PM and Sunday at 3 and 7 PM.

Dan Fogler, Sarah Saltzberg and Bjorn Thorstad are the artistic directors of Stage 13.

The Lion Theatre at Theatre Row is located in Manhattan at 410 West 42nd Street. Tickets, priced $30, are available by visiting or the theatre's box office.


Stage 13 will host a benefit Oct. 20 at 8 PM at Bar 13 (35 East 13th Street) to raise funds for its fall production of The Rise and Fall of Annie Hall.

The benefit will include two-for-one drinks, raffle prizes (including tickets to August: Osage County, Don't Quit Your Night Job and a dress rehearsal of "Saturday Night Live"), plus such guests as comedians Jeffrey Ross and Seth Herzog, the one-man band Corn Mo, folk duo Alyssa and Danny Robbins and the Gazillionaire (host of Absinthe at Spiegelworld).

Tickets to the benefit, priced $20 (advance) and $25 (at the door), are available by visiting

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