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Posted on 21 August 2013


Experience one hilarious and unforgettable ‘girls night out’ weekend in just 90 minutes on Thursday, August 22 at 8 p.m. at Guild Hall with a staged reading of “The Whisper” by Eugene Pack. Two-time Tony Award winner and film star Matthew Broderick, Tony Award winner and television star Jane Krakowski, Emmy Award winning television star Pamela Adlon, and Academy Award nominee Jennifer Tilly headline a one-night-only, live benefit reading. The cast also includes Drama Desk Award winner Dayle Reyfel with an introduction by actress Blythe Danner. The LA Times calls Pack “a prodigiously gifted storyteller.” Emmy award nominee Pack’s last play “Columbus and Amsterdam” was presented last summer at Guild Hall to a sold-out crowd.

The evening will benefit the Felix Organization, which provides inspiring opportunities and new experiences to enrich the lives of children who are growing up in the foster care system. Cast subject to availability.

Tickets cost between $28 and $50. For more information or to snag tickets to this comedic reading, visit

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