WordTheatre with Ian Frazier, Mary Gordon and Don Lee at Soho House New York
April 18, 2010 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
WordTheatre brings literary and acting talents to Soho House New York for performances and author Q & A. Featuring:
- Kathryn Erbe (Law and Order: Criminal Intent) performed “Out of the Fray” by Mary Gordon, official writer of the State of New York
- Mary Stuart Masterson (Benny and Joon, Fried Green Tomatoes) performed “A Preference for Native Tongue” by Don Lee, professor at Temple University and former editor of Ploughshares
- Jeremy Davidson (Army Wives, Windtalkers) performed “Bad Advice” by Ian Frazier, The New Yorker’s favorite humorist and author of Great Plains
This event is second in a three part WordTheatre series at Soho House.
Produced and directed by Cedering Fox.
The doors, book sales (courtesy of Mobile Libris) and bar open at 5 PM and the performances begin at 5:30 PM at Soho House New York (29 9th Ave, New York, NY 10014) in the 5th floor library. Though Soho House New York is a private club, non-member ticket holders will gain admittance on the day of the event and be able to make lunch reservations.