Chris Sarandon Rejoins Cast of THE EXONERATED Tonight, 11/27

Culture Project (Allan Buchman, Founder & Artistic Director), in association with Innocence Project, Marc & Steven Kaplan, and Cheryl Wiesenfeld, welcomes Broadway veteran Kathleen Chalfant (Angels in America) and musical, singer-songwriter, composer Roger Waters (Pink Floyd) to the rotating cast of the 10th anniversary production of the hit award-winning play, The Exonerated, written by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen, for the final week of performances through December 2nd at Culture Project (45 Bleecker Street at Lafayette Street) where performances began September 15th .

The rotating cast schedule for the final two weeks of performances is, as follows:

November 20 – 25 Trudie Styler and Steve Earle return to join
Anthony Arkin, and Ron Cephas Jones

November 27 – December 2 Kathleen Chalfant and Roger Waters join the return of
Chris Sarandon. Trudie Styler returns for the final performance.

Directed by Bob Balaban (Gosford Park), the core non-rotating company of six includes Jim Bracchitta (Gypsy) as Prosecutor 2. Amelia Campbell (Our Country’s Good, A Streetcar Named Desire) as Sandra Cook, Bruce Kronenberg as Prosecutor 1, Curtis McClarin (Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk) as David Keaton, April Yvette Thompson (Clybourne Park) as Georgia Hayes, and JD Williams (“The Wire,” “Oz”) as Robert Earl Hayes. Danton Stone (One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest) will sit in for Jim Bracchitta as Prosecutor 2, during the final week of performances.

They have been joined onstage by rotating cast members Stockard Channing, Brian Dennehy, Steve Earle, John Forté, Kathryn Grody, Marg Helgenberger, Richard Kind, Christine Lahti, Delroy Lindo, Lyle Lovett, Marsha Mason, Richard Masur, Michael McKean, Joe Morton, Peter Riegert, Chris Sarandon, Brooke Shields, Martin Short, Trudie Styler, Frank Whaley, and Exonerees Sunny Jacobs & Kerry Max Cook, whose stories are shared within the play.

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