The Nyack-based nonprofit ArtsRock will present an evening with Tony and four-time Emmy Award winner David Hyde Pierce. Elliott Forrest, the Peabody Award-winning WQXR/WNYC broadcaster, will be on hand to discuss Pierce's life and career. Footage from the actor's stage, TV, and film work will be shown during the talk for a complete night of fun.
The conversation will take place on Sunday, April 14, at 7:30pm at the Rittenhausen Theater at BOCES.
David Hyde Pierce can currently be seen on Broadway in Christopher Durang's new play, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. He won a Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical for the Kander & Ebb tuner Curtains. Other recent Broadway credits include Spamalot, La Bête, and Accent on Youth. Pierce has also appeared on film in Sleepless in Seattle and Down with Love, and has lent his voice to Disney's Treasure Planet and Pixar's A Bug's Life. He is perhaps best known for playing psychiatrist Niles Crane on the TV show Frasier, for which he won four Emmy Awards.
Tickets are currently on sale for ArtsRock's conversation with David Hyde Pierce. They can be purchased in advance for $25 or on the day of the interview for $30. Student tickets are available in-person with an ID for $15. For $100, you get the VIP treatment: premium seating and the opportunity to meet David Hyde Pierce himself at the after party. Tickets are available online through OvationTix by clicking here.
ArtsRock's mission is to provide increased access to professional arts and multicultural programs for an underserved, diverse audience, in and around Rockland County. For more information about ArtsRock click here.
The Rittenhausen Theater at BOCES is located at 131 North Midland Avenue in Nyack, New York.