On May 5, 2014 celebs and patrons will gather together to celebrate 45 Years of T. Schreiber Studio and Theatre, one of the country’s foremost professional theatre organizations. The event will take place at the prestigious Metropolitan Club (One East 60th Street, NYC), the evening will be emceed by the one and only Julie Halston with special guests Betty Buckley, Charles Busch, Mary-Louise Parker, John Patrick Shanley, Roma Torre and more. Edward Norton is event’s Honorary Chair with co-chairs Francine Haskell and Jano Herbosch.
Established in 1969, T. Schreiber Studio and Theatre provides a comprehensive training program for actors, many of whom have gone on to successful careers in theatre, film, and television. One of the few surviving members of New York City’s original Off-Off Broadway movement, T. Schreiber Theatre remains dedicated to making the unique experience of live theatre available to everyone at an affordable price. Alums include: Edward Norton, Maria Bello, Peter Sarsgaard, Debra Jo Rupp, Annabella Sciorra, Julie Halston, Zoë Kravitz, Anthony Crivello, Ilana Levine, Claudia Shear, Mara Davi, David Greenspan among many others
Tickets are $450 – $750 for individual seats and can be purchased by visiting www.tschreiber.org.
Mary-Louise Parker will serve up some laughs in NBC’s family-restaurant comedy pilot Feed Me, according to our sister site Deadline.
Parker will star in the potential series about adult intimacy and desire, told via a dysfunctional family that runs a restaurant together. When daughter Emma’s husband has an affair, her relatives gather close to protect her.
Big update to the Mary-Louise Parker Central Gallery from her movie last year, R.I.P.D.
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“Feed Me,” a remake of “The Marriage Bed” from Paul Witt and Tony Thomas, would reunite the “Weeds” alum with network entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt.
Mary-Louise Parker may be returning to primetime.
The Weeds alum may reunite with NBC entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt and star in the half-hour comedy pilot Feed Me, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The single-camera vehicle is a remake of The Marriage Bed and is described as a comedic exploration of adult intimacy and desire that centers on a dysfunctional family bound by love and the restaurant they run together. And when daughter Emma’s husband has an affair, they circle the wagons to fiercely protect one of their own.
There’s a new experience up you can buy raffle tickets for BID HERE