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News Sly Fox Offers Audience Q&A on Tuesdays, Beginning June 29 If Broadway's Sly Fox sometimes has the raucous feel of the best comedy from "The Carol Burnett Show," that notion will be underscored starting June 29 when the cast "bumps up the lights," as Carol used to say, for a post-show Q&A session led by Richard Dreyfuss.

Audience talkbacks with members of the cast will continue on Tuesdays throughout the summer at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, where the revival of the Larry Gelbart comedy plays.

The principal cast includes Dreyfuss (in the title role), Rene Auberjonois, Elizabeth Berkley, Prof. Irwin Corey, Bob Dishy, Bronson Pinchot, Peter Scolari, Eric Stoltz, Nick Wyman and Rachel York.

Arthur Penn directs the comedy about greed and lies, inspired by Volpone.

To celebrate the 100th performance in New York on June 9, Dreyfuss made a curtain speech and cast members handed out chocolate coins to theatregoers. In the play, gold, according to Foxwell J. Sly, is "God with an 'L.'"

Sly Fox is presented on Broadway by Julian Schlossberg, Roy Furman, Ben Sprecher, Michael Gardner, Jim Fantaci, Cheryl Lachowicz, Christine Duncan and Nelle Nugent by arrangement with Andrew Braunsberg. The troupe also includes Charles Antalosky, Linda Halaska, Jeremy Hollingworth, Robert LaVelle, Jason Ma, Jeff Talbott and Gordon Joseph Weiss.

Richard Dreyfuss in <i>Sly Fox</i>
Richard Dreyfuss in Sly Fox Photo by Carol Rosegg

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