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Presented by Outside the Wire
DATE Saturday, Nov. 15
TIME Doors at 6PM, Show at 7PM
LOCATION Christ Church Sanctuary
COST FREE (Register at the "Buy" link above)
Kathryn Erbe (Law and Order: Criminal Intent), Zach Grenier (The Good Wife), and Alex Morf (The Good Wife, Broadway) star in a dramatic reading of Act III of Eugene O’Neill’s semi-autobiographical masterpiece, Long Day’s Journey Into Night, which presents a bold and intimate portrait of a family struggling under the weight of addiction.
The reading is followed by an invitation for audience members and a small panel of individuals touched by issues addressed in the play to share their personal stories.
Special thanks to The Alliance of Community Service Providers, City of Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility, and Pennsylvania MENTOR.
This work is part of Outside the Wire’s Addiction Performance Project. The Addiction Performance Project was originally developed with support from the National Institute on Drug Abuse .
About Kathryn Erbe
Actress Kathryn Erbe starred on the HBO prison drama Oz, and was also cast on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, a spin-off of the popular crime drama Law & Order.
About Zach Grenier
Zach has been a familiar presence to audiences of television, screen and stage for decades. He can currently be seen on the acclaimed CBS seriesThe Good Wife as the ethically-challenged family lawyer, David Lee. Other shows on which he played regular roles include the highly-praised C16:FBI on ABC and Touching Evil on USA Network. Zach has also recurred in a number of critically acclaimed series, including Fox's 24 , in which he played the fixer Carl Webb, and HBO's Deadwood, in which he played Andy Cramed, the gambler who brought the plague to town. He joined Bill Nighy and Christopher Walken in Turks and Caicos, the second installment of David Hare’s BBC thriller, The Worricker Trilogy, coming to PBS in the Fall of 2014. His film credits extend back to the cult classics A Shock to the System, starring Michael Caine, and Mike Figgis’s Liebestraum. More mainstream film credits include Tommy Boy, Twister, and Donnie Brasco. He has been privileged to work with some of the great film directors of our time: with David Fincher on Fight Club and Zodiac, Ang Lee on Ride with the Devil, and Clint Eastwood on J. Edgar. He can be seen in the 2014 Robocop, directed by José Padilha. www.zachgrenier.info
About Alex Morf
Alex Morf is an actor in New York City, and a member of the Actor’s Equity Association as well as a member of SAG/AFTRA. A native of Mount Vernon, Iowa, he graduated from St. Olaf College and received his Master of Fine Arts from the American Conservatory Theater. Click here to visit his official website.
About Julianna Zinkel
Julianna Zinkel is honored to be a part of the Addiction Performance Project. Off Broadway/NYC: Three Men On a Horse (TACT), The Lover (SoHo Playhouse). Regional: Blackbird- Best Actress '09 Philadelphia Weekly (Theatre Exile ); Stick Fly, Rabbit Hole, As You Like It, Crime and Punishment (Arden Theatre); Pride and Prejudice (Barrymore Nomination), Barcelona, The Trip to Bountiful, The Miser, The Crucible, Tale of Two Cities (People's Light); The Eclectic Society (Walnut Street ); From Prague (CATF), Big Love, Wintertime (Wilma); Love and Communication (Passage Theatre). She is a proud member of the People's Light & Theatre Acting Company. Next up: Under The Skin, by Michael Hollinger at The Arden Theatre.
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