Emily Bergl, Chris Sarandon, and Trudie Styler will star in a one-night-only benefit reading of Addictions, a new three-act play by Tricia Walsh-Smith, to take place at 6:30pm on Monday, April 3 at the Promenade Theatre (2162 Broadway). The event, to be directed by Peter DuBois, will benefit the Caron Foundation, an internationally recognized leader in the treatment of substance abuse.
Bergl was most recently seen on Broadway in A Touch of the Poet and The Rivals. Sarandon is currently starring in The Light in the Piazza, and received an Oscar nomination for his work in Dog Day Afternoon. Styler has appeared in such films as Me Without You and the television series Friends. On March 27, she and her husband, the pop star Sting, will appear in a benefit performance of Twin Spirits for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Additional casting will be announced shortly.
Tickets to the Addictions benefit begin at $350. For more information, call 212-371-3220 x6152
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