On Thursday, May 10, Burstyn, who won the Tony Award and the Academy Award in the same year, will discuss her memoir Lessons in Becoming Myself, with radio show host Marianne Williamson. On Thursday, May 31, Dern, who appeared on Broadway in the 1960s and 1970s and earned an Oscar nomination for Coming Home, will discuss his new book, Things I've Said, But Probably Shouldn't Have: An Unrepentant Memoir, with radio show host Leonard Lopate.
On Monday, June 4, Lopate will moderate a discussion with Berresse, Busch, Fierstein and Hoff about how they made it through the lean years of their careers and the new challenges they encountered when they became better known. The event is part of The Actors Fund's 125th Anniversary Celebration. Meanwhile, Dreyfuss, whose Broadway appearances include Sly Fox and Death and the Maiden will talk with political journalist Michael Kramer on Wednesday, June 6. The Oscar-winning actor will soon be seen in the new film Suburban Girl.
Tickets to each event are $25. For more information or to order, call 212-415-5500 or visit www.92Y.org.