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News Ebersole, Noll and Noseworthy to Be Part of Camille Reading The York Theatre Company will present a free reading of the new musical Camille Aug. 22 and 23.

Part of the York's Summer Developmental Reading Series, Camille features music by Ron Abel, lyrics by Chuck Steffan and a book by Daniel O'Connor. The reading, according to actress Christiane Noll's official website, will feature the talents of Noll, Jack Noseworthy and Tony Award winner Christine Ebersole. Readings will be held at 2 and 7:30 PM on Aug. 22 and at 2 PM Aug. 23. The York's website describes the musical thusly: "He called her Camille. She was a reckless beauty and a scandalous Parisian courtesan. He was a young nobleman with too much heart for her world. Camille is an intimate chamber musical of a legendary love story told against an unflinching expose of courtesan life."

Those interested in attending the reading should e-mail series coordinator Jeff Landsman at [email protected] Include your name, phone number, the show and time, and the number of tickets requesting. Landsman can also be reached by phone at (212) 935-5824, ext. 24.

The York Theatre Company is located at The Theatre at Saint Peter's in Citigroup Center, 619 Lexington Avenue at 54th Street.

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