HBO's GIRLS Stars Becky Ann Baker and Peter Scolari Join DEAR ELIZABETH at Women's Project Theater
Becky Ann Baker and Peter Scolari of HBO's GIRLS have joined the New York premiere of Sarah Ruhl's DEAR ELIZABETH, directed by Kate Whoriskey, at Women's Project Theater, October 26 - December 5, 2015.
They join a rotating cast of luminaries including: David Aaron Baker, Kathleen Chalfant, Rinde Eckert, Cherry Jones, Mia Katigbak, Ellen McLaughlin, Polly Noonan, J. Smith-Cameron, John Douglas Thompson, Harris Yulin, and more.
Drawn from the famed correspondence between Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell -- two of the twentieth century's most brilliant poets - Sarah Ruhl's DEAR ELIZABETH tells a tale of unconventional friendship and intimacy that spanned thirty years and more than 400 letters, with postmarks from Maine to Key West, from London to South America.
OCTOBER 26 - 31
KATHLEEN CHALFANT, HARRIS YULIN & POLLY NOONAN
NOVEMBER 2 - 7
J. SMITH-CAMERON, JOHN DOUGLAS THOMPSON & POLLY NOONAN
NOVEMBER 9 - 14
BECKY ANN BAKER, PETER SCOLARI & POLLY NOONAN
NOVEMBER 16 - 21
CHERRY JONES, DAVID AARON BAKER & POLLY NOONAN
NOVEMBER 23 - 28
ELLEN MCLAUGHLIN, RINDE ECKERT & POLLY NOONAN
NOVEMBER 30 - DECEMBER 5
MIA KATIGBAK, POLLY NOONAN & MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED
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Offer good on regular full price tickets. Subject to availability. Offer can not be combined with other ticket offers. Offer available for purchase by calling WP Theater Box Office: 212-765-1706. BUY TICKETS HERE Sarah Ruhl's DEAR ELIZABETH is "the balance between confession and privacy and, in the end, why poetry matters."
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