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JUNE 3rd @ 8PM
JACKIE HOFFMAN was Emmy-nominated for her performance in FX’s “Feud!” She can currently be seen in the critically acclaimed Yiddish production of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Off-Broadway. Broadway: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, On the Town, The Addams Family,
JUNE 3RD @ 5PM
DAPHNE RUBIN-VEGA is a two-time Tony and Drama Desk nominee (1996/2004) and recipient of the Theater World, Obie (1996) and Blockbuster (1998) awards. She has been a member of the Labyrinth Theater Company since 1992.
JUNE 2ND @ 8PM
CHARLES BUSCH is the author and star of such plays as The Divine Sister, The Lady in Question, Red Scare on Sunset, and Vampire Lesbians of Sodom; one of the longest running plays in the history of Off-Broadway.
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KRISTEN WYATT is an American stage actress who has appeared in a number of Broadway productions since making her premiere as the understudy for Kristin Chenoweth (Sally Brown) and Ilana Levine (Lucy van Pelt) in the 1999 revival of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Kristen also played the Shoemaker's Elf in Shrek The Musical replacing Jennifer Cody on July 14, 2009. Other notable Broadway credits include Urinetown, High Fidelity, Elf: The Musical, and the revival of Annie.
LOU LIBERATORE is a Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award nominee for his portrayal of “Larry” alongside John Malkovich and Joan Allen in Lanford Wilson’s Burn This. The show was put on by the famed Circle Repertory Company, of which Lou is a permanent member.
BRIAN HUTCHINSON is a New York City-based actor who has spent most of his professional career on the stage. While he was still enrolled in graduate school--ultimately earning his Master of Fine Arts at the University of San Diego in--Brian met director Jack O'Brien, who cast him in the title role of Brendan Behan's The Hostage at San Diego's Old Globe Theater.
MARY BETH PEIL has been shining bright in the theatre, film, and television industries for the past 50 years. She made her Broadway debut and earned a Tony nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of Anna Leonowens in the 1985 revival of The King and I.
A true New York legend, JULIE HALSTON has become synonymous with the city and the business of show. She has done it all: stage, film, and television! In the past three years alone, she appeared onstage in two Broadway revivals: You Can’t Take It With You and On the Town.