Tovah Feldshuh
(© Tristan Fuge)
Tovah Feldshuh
(© Tristan Fuge)
A series of post-performance discussions have been announced in conjunction with The Actors Company Theatre (TACT) production of Arthur Miller's Incident at Vichy, to play the Beckett Theatre, March 8-April 11. The play, to be directed by Scott Alan Evans, is set in a detention room in France during the German occupation during World War II, where 10 men are brought in for "questioning."

On Wednesday, March 18, Miller's sister, actress Joan Copeland, will be interviewed by Dr. Stephen Marino; on Wednesday, March 25, Larry Keith will moderate a discussion by Holocaust survivors and their families; on Monday, March 30, four-time Tony Award nominee Tovah Feldshuh -- who's starring on Broadway in Irena's Vow -- will discuss her career; and on Wednesday, April 1, actor Harris Yulin and Joan Rosenbaum, director of the Jewish Museum, will be part of a panel called "Never Forget: Reflections on the Holocaust in Art."

The show's cast will include Mark Alhadeff, Jamie Bennett, Christopher Burns, Richard Ferrone, Todd Gearhart, Jeffrey Hawkins, Leif Huckman, Russell Kahn, Jack Koenig, Ron McClary, Michael Oberholtzer, James Prendergast, Gregory Salata, and Dan Stowell. The creative team will include Scott Bradley (sets), David Toser (costumes), Mary Louise Geiger (lights), Jill BC Du Boff (sound), and Joseph Trapanesse (original music).

The discussions are free to ticketholders to these performances. Audience members who have seen a different performance but would like to attend the discussion should call 212-645-8228. For more information, visit www.tactnyc.org.