Alexander Chaplin and Mia Barron in Knickerbocker
(© Carol Rosegg)
Alexander Chaplin and Mia Barron in Knickerbocker
(© Carol Rosegg)
The Public Theater has announced participants for post-show discussions that will follow select performances of Jonathan Marc Sherman's new play, Knickerbocker.

Directed by Pippin Parker, the play centers on a man who prepares for the birth of his first son while ensconced in his favorite restaurant booth. The cast features Mia Barron (Pauline), Alexander Chaplin (Jerry), Bob Dishy (Raymond), Christina Kirk (Tara), Drew Madland (Steve), Zak Orth (Chester), and Ben Shenkman (Melvin). Drew Madland, who plays Steve

On Tuesday, May 17, following the 7pm performance, Lisa Belkin will moderate a panel featuring Lenore Skenazy, founder of the Free-Range Kids movement, and Steven Mintz, President of the Society for the History of Children and Youth, that will focus on "Naptime in the City That Never Sleeps: A Conversation About Parenting in New York."

On Tuesday, May 24, following the 7pm performance, Jocelyn Prince will moderate a panel featuring playwright Sherman and filmmaker Alan Berliner, who will discuss "Childhood Memories and Grown-Up Dreams."

For tickets and more information on Knickerbocker, click here.