The 92nd Street YM-YWHA in New York City offers a lot more than fitness classes. The public can enjoy exclusive concerts, lectures and readings. A sample of some of the theatre notables scheduled for appearances at the Y follows:
Jan. 18: Tommy Tune, discussing his career and memoir, Footnotes.
Feb. 18: NY Times critic Mel Gussow interviews Robert Wilson.
Feb. 23: An evening with Alan Bennett (Talking Heads) and A.R. Gurney (The Cocktail Hour, Richard Cory). Feb. 26: Anna Deavere Smith (House Arrest) interviews author Toni Morrison.
March 15: Joy Behar (Three From Brooklyn interviews Larry Gelbart (A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, Mastergate). Part of the "Funny People" series at the Y.
April 13: An evening with exiled poet/playwright Wole Soyinka (Death And The King's Horsemen).
Prices vary for members and non-members for each event. For further information, tickets and registration, please call the 92nd Street YM YWHA, 1395 Lexington Ave., at (212) 996-1100.
-- By David Lefkowitz