Sharon Stone, Stacy Keach & Jacob Young to Lead Reading of Ben Elton's POPCORN Next Week
Sharon Stone, Stacy Keach, and CBS television star, Jacob Young are performing in a private, invited reading of Ben Elton's Olivier Award-winning dark comedy "Popcorn" on Monday October 6th, 7:00PM at The Friars Club, New York City.
The Telling Company (TTC), a new non-profit artistic production company, is committed to artistically "telling" stories, that illuminate challenges and inspire social change. Whether on stage, on screen, or filling the walls of a gallery, TTC will elevate the awareness of prevalent social issues in our culture by shedding light on common, shared struggles by delivering compelling artistic productions.
Mark Rozzano, TTC's Executive Producer and Director of "Popcorn", brings this prolific play to the New York Stage for the first time. "Endless thanks to Ben Elton for entrusting TTC with one of his greatest works," says Rozzano, a former Associate Producer of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" on Broadway.
Sharon Stone is an Academy Award Nominee and Golden Globe Winner for "Casino" and "Basic Instinct." Tony Nominee Stacy Keach who is returning to Broadway this December in "Love Letters" opposite Diana Rigg, will join Emmy Award Winner Jacob Young who currently stars in CBS television's "The Bold and The Beautiful," and last appeared on Broadway as Lumiere in Disney's "Beauty and the Beast."
Also, featured in the cast will be Broadway veterans including Jim Borstelmann from "Chicago," and Mel Brooks' "The Producers," (who was also seen as Uncle Fester in Broadway's "The Addams Family"), Bryn Dowling, who appeared recently in "Bullets Over Broadway," and Angie Schworer who played Ulla in "The Producers" amongst her numerous Broadway credits.
For more information on The Telling Company visit: www.thetellingcompany.org.
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