Midnight Performance of Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women Benefits Actors Fund

Broadway News   Midnight Performance of Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women Benefits Actors Fund
 
The evening is hosted by the cast of Broadway’s The Boys in the Band, also directed by Tony winner Joe Mantello.
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Glenda Jackson, Alison Pill, and Laurie Metcalf Brigitte Lacombe

A special midnight performance of Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women is presented May 17 at the Golden Theatre (252 West 45th Street) to benefit The Actors Fund.

Albee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play stars two-time Academy Award winner Glenda Jackson, Tony winner, three-time Emmy winner, and Oscar nominee Laurie Metcalf, and Tony nominee Alison Pill. Two-time Tony Award winner Joe Mantello directs.

<i>The Boys In The Band</i> at the Booth Theatre
The Boys In The Band at the Booth Theatre Marc J. Franklin

To celebrate their director and the work of The Actors Fund, the entire cast of The Boys in the Band, now in previews at the Booth Theatre, host the midnight performance.

FLIP THROUGH PHOTOS OF METCALF AND HER CO-STARS IN THREE TALL WOMEN

This special performance gives members of the Broadway community the opportunity to see this acclaimed production following their own evening performances, while supporting the vital work of The Actors Fund.

Hailed as his most personal work, Albee directed the world premiere of Three Tall Women at Vienna’s English Theatre in 1991. The play received its New York premiere at the Vineyard Theatre in January 1994 under the direction of Lawrence Sacharow, with a cast featuring Myra Carter, Marian Seldes—a veteran of Albee's plays—and Jordan Baker.

The play, recently nominated for six Tony Awards, follows the interactions between three women, named only A, B, and C.

Tickets are available at actorsfund.org.


(Updated May 17, 2018)

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