Photo Coverage: Tricia Walsh-Smith's Addictions Benefit
Martha Plimpton, Chris Sarandon, Jackie Hoffman, Trudie Styler, Jessica Hecht, Peter Bartlett and Angela Pierce appeared in the April 3rd presentation of Addictions, three new one-act plays by Tricia Walsh-Smith, at the Promenade Theatre (2162 Broadway at 76th Street). Addictions was a one-night-only benefit performance for Caron Treatment Centers, an internationally recognized leader in the treatment of addiction to alcohol and drugs. The show, which delves into the lives of three very different women and their dependencies, was directed by Peter DuBois, Producing Director of the Public Theatre.
"Walsh-Smith, author of the play Bonkers, wrote Addictions after her youngest brother Kevin took his own life in October 2000. Tricia and her family realized that the tragic event was the result of his longtime addiction to alcohol, and it is her hope that this play might help other suffering addicts," state press notes.
Visit www.caron.org for more on the Caron Foundation.
Angela Pierce, Peter Bartlett, Jackie Hoffman, Martha Plimpton, Jessica Hecht and Trudie Styler
Jessica Hecht, Trudie Styler, Chris Sarandon and Tricia Walsh-Smith
Angela Pierce, Peter Bartlett, Jackie Hoffman, Martha Plimpton, Jessica Hecht, Trudie Styler, Chris Sarandon and Tricia Walsh-Smith
Tricia Walsh-Smith and Doug Tieman (CEO of Caron Foundation)
Jessica Hecht, Trudie Styler, Chris Sarandon, Tricia Walsh-Smith and Doug Tieman
Jackie Hoffman, Martha Plimpton and Jessica Hecht
Jeffrey Kramer and Heather Randall
Liz Larsen and Jackie Hoffman
Liz Larsen, Jackie Hoffman and Sal Viviano
Martha Plimpton, Tricia Walsh-Smith and Claudia Shear
Director Peter Dubois and Tricia Walsh-Smith
Phil Smith and wife Tricia Walsh-Smith
Doug Tieman and Tricia Walsh-Smith
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