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Delany, Jones, Pine, Shaud, Slezak, et al. Set for EST Marathon

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Grant Shaud
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Grant Shaud
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Dana Delany, Ron Cephas Jones, Larry Pine, Grant Shaud, and Victor Slezak are among the actors who will participate in Ensemble Studio Theatre's Marathon 2007, May 31-June 30.

Unlike past years, the Marathon will be presented in just two parts. Series A, to run May 31-June 20, will feature Neil LaBute's Things We Said Today, directed by Andrew McCarthy; Julia Cho's First Tree in Antarctica, directed by Kate Whoriskey; Edith Freni's My Dog Heart, directed by John Gould Rubin; Billy Aronson's The News, directed by Jamie Richards; and Wendy MacLeod's The Probabilities, directed by Karen Kohlhaas.

Series B, to run June 15-30, will feature Elizabeth Biggs' Priceless, directed by Mary Robinson; Stephen Adly Guirgis' Yelba, Princess of 10th Avenue; Daniel Reitz's Self Portrait in a Blue Room, directed by Pamela Berlin; Amy Fox's Casting, directed by Nela Wagman; and Peter Sagal's Milton Bradley, directed by Susan Einhorn.

Among the other actors who will perform in these plays are Brian Avers, Michi Barall, Geneva Carr, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Diana Ruppe, Chris Stack, and Bruce MacVittie.

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