David Hyde Pierce, Raúl Esparza, Mary-Louise Parker and More Will Honor Daniel Sullivan at MTC Fall Benefit | Playbill

News David Hyde Pierce, Raúl Esparza, Mary-Louise Parker and More Will Honor Daniel Sullivan at MTC Fall Benefit A starry group of Broadway performers will gather to honor Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan at the Manhattan Theatre Club's fall benefit.

Held Nov. 10 at 7 PM, the benefit will be presented at The Appel Room at the Jazz at Lincoln Center's Fredrick P. Rose Hall.

Conceived and directed by Richard Maltby, Jr., the evening will feature appearances by Danny Burstein (The Snow Geese), Raúl Esparza (The Homecoming), Boyd Gaines (The Columnist), Heather MacRae (Hair), Frances McDormand (Good People), Cynthia Nixon (Rabbit Hole), Jack O'Brien, Mary-Louise Parker (Proof) and David Hyde Pierce (Accent on Youth).

Sullivan has directed nine productions — more than any other director — at MTC's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, where The Country House is currently in performances. His other MTC credits include The Snow Geese, The Columnist, Good People, Time Stands Still, Accent on Youth, Rabbit Hole, After The Night and the Music, Brooklyn Boy and Sight Unseen. His commercial Broadway productions include Orphans, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Merchant of Venice, The Homecoming, Prelude to a Kiss, Julius Caesar, I'm Not Rappaport, Morning's at Seven, The Sisters Rosensweig and The Heidi Chronicles.

The creative team includes John Lee Beatty, Japhy Weideman and Dan Gerhard.

Fiona Kirk, Bethany Millard, Sue Slager, Sharon Sullivan and Lisa Towbin are co-chairs of the event. All proceeds from the event will support MTC's mission as a non-profit theatre company producing contemporary plays on and Off-Broadway, nurturing new talent through its Artistic Development Program and developing the next generation of theatregoers and theatre makers through its Education Program.

Tickets and more information are available by calling (212) 399-3000, ext. 4145 or visiting ManhattanTheatreClub.com/FallBenefit.

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