Harry Hamlin, Loretta Swit Team Up for One November Yankee World Premiere
Four-time Golden Globe nominee Harry Hamlin and two-time Emmy winner Loretta Swit will star in the world premiere of One November Yankee, written and directed by Joshua Ravetch. NoHo Arts Center Ensemble is presenting the play which runs at the NoHo Arts Center November 13-January 5, with an opening on November 16.
The play centers on brother-sister survivors of a plane crash whose travels take them to unexpected places.
Hamlin last appeared on Broadway opposite his wife Lisa Rinna in the revival of Chicago and previously starred in a Broadway revival of Summer and Smoke. His many film and television credits include L.A. Law, Veronica Mars, Making Love, and the original Clash of the Titans.
Swit's Broadway credits include Same Time, Next Year and The Mystery of Edwin Drood. She has numerous television credits and is perhaps best known for the role of Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan on M*A*S*H.