Three Hotels With Ron Rifkin and JoBeth Williams at Pacific Resident Theatre
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The last date listed for Three Hotels was Sunday March 13, 2011 / 7:00pm.
Currently at Pacific Resident Theatre:
- Full Price:
- $25.00 - $30.00
- Our Price:
- $12.50 - $15.00
Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard, his final and perhaps greatest play, is still as relevant today, with its treatment of mortgage and debt and a changing socioeconomic climate, as it was when it opened at the Moscow Art Theatre in 1904. A cherry orchard, holding years of family memories within its blossoms and branches, is the pride and joy of the owners of an estate. However, it's about to be sold at auction unless delinquent property taxes are paid -- but no one seems to be willing able to grasp the gravity of the situation. Learn More
Gala Reading Series
by Jon Robin Baitz
JOBETH WILLIAMS and RON RIFKIN
Directed by Robert Bailey
Announcing the first reading in this very special benefit series featuring work by PRT’s Honorary Board, in honor of PRT’s 25th Anniversary. Tickets include a post show buffet.
Playwright Jon Robin Baitz (1996 Pulitzer nominee) weaves a tapestry of corporate misdeeds, personal tragedy, and marital discord between Hoyle, a
former idealist and his wife Barbara.
JoBeth Williams is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominated actress. her many films include The Big Chill and Poltergeist. Currently Ms. Williams is President of the Screen Actors Guild Foundation. Her short film On Hope garnered her an Academy Award nomination for dest direction.
Ron Rifkin is best known for his roles as Arvin Sloane on Alias and as Saul Holden on Brothers & Sisters. Mr. Rifkin won a Best Actor Obie for Jon Robin Baitz’s The Substance of Fire and a Tony Award for Best Supporting Actor for the Broadway revival of Cabaret.
About the Ticket Supplier: Pacific Resident Theatre
Based in Venice, California, Pacific Resident Theatre is a company founded by actors and dedicated to producing the classics, rarely performed plays, and the works of new writers.
During the last 25 years, PRT has won over 200 theater awards including the prestigious Margaret Hartford Award for continuous achievement in the small theater arena.