David Hyde Pierce to Talk Life and Career with Elliott Forrest for ArtsRock, 4/14
ArtsRock will present evening with multiple Emmy and Tony Award winning actor David Hyde Pierce, who discusses his life and his career with Peabody Award winning broadcaster Elliott Forrest from WQXR/WNYC. Clips from David Hyde Pierce's television, film, and stage work will be shown during the talk for a full night of fun. Come join ArtsRock for David Hyde Pierce in conversation with Elliott Forrest on Sunday, April 14th, 7:30pm at the Rittenhausen Theater at BOCES, the old Nyack High School, 131 North Midland Avenue, Nyack, New York.
David Hyde Pierce is best known for playing psychiatrist Dr. Niles Crane on NBC's hit show Frasier. During the show's 11 year run, Pierce won four Emmy Awards. Besides his television work, Pierce has appeared in numerous films as both live actor and voice actor. His movies include live roles in Sleepless in Seattle and Down with Love, and voice roles in Disney's Treasure Planet and Pixar's A Bug's Life. Recently he has been appearing on Broadway, notably in Spamalot in 2005, Curtains in 2006, and La Bete in 2010.
Tickets for this conversation are on sale now starting at $25 for advance tickets and $30 the day of the show. Tickets are available at www.ArtsRock.org. Are you a student? Bring your student id and get a ticket for just $15 dollars. For $100 we'll give you the VIP treatment, which includes premium seating and a chance to meet David Hyde Pierce himself at the After Party.
The mission of ArtsRock is to provide increased access to professional arts and multicultural programs for an underserved, diverse audience, in and around Rockland County. ArtsRock of Rockland, Inc. is a 501(C)(3) New York not-for-profit corporation. P.O. Box 875, Nyack, NY10960.
Photo Credit: Walter McBride