RECKLESS Star Michael O'Keefe to Appear on "McEnroe"

Michael O'Keefe, currently starring the Manhattan Theatre Club/Second Stage co-production of Craig Lucas' RECKLESS, will be a guest on "McEnroe" on Monday, November 15 at 10 PM (Eastern Time).

"McEnroe" is hosted by tennis great John McEnroe and airs on cable's CNBC.

RECKLESS is directed by Mark Brokaw and also features Carson Elrod, Olga Merediz, Debra Monk, Mary-Louise Parker, Rosie Perez, and Thomas Sadoski.

It's Christmas Eve, Rachel's (Mary-Louise Parker) son has "fired" her, her husband's put out a contract on her life, and so she's out the window - literally. This bittersweet comedy follows Rachel through a bizarre, fantastic, and sometimes nightmarish journey as she travels across the country, finding "home" with a succession of intimate strangers.

Visit www.manhattantheatreclub.com or www.secondstagetheatre.com for more information.

Tickets ($79 - $26) for RECKLESS are available by calling TeleCharge.com at 212-239-6200 or at www.telecharge.com or at the Biltmore Theatre box office (261 West 47th Street).

BIOGRAPHY:

Michael O'Keefe (Lloyd). Broadway: Side Man, Mass Appeal (Theatre World Award), Fifth of July. National tour: A Few Good Men. Off-Broadway: That Championship Season, Short Eyes (Second Stage), The Young Girl and the Monsoon, Christmas on Mars (Playwrights Horizons), The Killdeer (Public), Uncle Vanya (CSC). Regional: Solomon's Child, Streamers (Long Wharf), The Count of Monte Cristo (Kennedy Center). Film: The Pledge, Ghosts of Mississippi, Edie & Pen, Three Wishes, Nina Takes a Lover, Fear, Ironweed, Nate and Hayes, Split Image, Caddyshack, The Great Santini (Oscar nomination). TV: series regular on "Against the Law" and "Roseanne"; TV movies "Swing Vote," "The People Next Door," "Outer Limits," "Too Young to Die," "In the Best Interest of the Child," "Bridge to Silence," "Alfred Hitchcock Presents," "The Hitchhiker," "Police Story," "The Lindburgh Kidnapping Case," "Friendly Persuasion," "The Oath, " "Harvest Home," "A Rumor of War." Directed and produced the documentary Raising the Ashes about the Zen Peacemaker Meditation Retreat at Auschwitz, Poland.



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