Alexis Bledel and Kieran Culkin Among Sin Cycle Plays, to Be Read for 12 Hours on Broadway | Playbill

News Alexis Bledel and Kieran Culkin Among Sin Cycle Plays, to Be Read for 12 Hours on Broadway Animus Theatre Company will present Leslye Headland's Sin Cycle Plays (Assistance; Bachelorette; Cinephilia; Reverb; Surfer Girl; The Accidental Blonde) Nov. 17 at Broadway's Circle in the Square Theatre.

The Sin Cycle Plays will be presented over 12 hours as part of Animus' 2014 Reading Festival in association with Circle in the Square Professional Workshop.

Among the actors reading throughout the 12-hour day (spanning 11 AM-11 PM) are Alexis Bledel (reading the role of Veronica in The Accidental Blonde), Kieran Culkin and author Headland (who will be reading her one-woman play, Surfer Girl, and hosting a talkback to follow).

The cast of Sin Cycle Plays also features William DeMeritt (HBO's "The Normal Heart," Hamlet), Rebecca Faulkenberry (Spider-Man, Rock of Ages), Meredith Hagner ("As the World Turns," "Royal Pains"), Jonathan Judge-Russo (Falling, "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"), Virginia Kull ("Gracepoint," Assistance), Eric William Morris (Mamma Mia!, "Blue Bloods"), Keith Nobbs ("The Pacific," Phone Booth), Jonny Orsini (Fish in the Dark, The Nance), Elena Ricardo (Mamma Mia!, Bring it On), Margo Seibert (Rocky, Candide), Christiane Seidel ("Boardwalk Empire"), Wrenn Schmidt (The Master Builder, "Boardwalk Empire"), Zachary Spicer (Wit, Macbeth), Sarah Steele (The Country House, "Girls"), George West Carruth, Mason Walker, Haley Bond, Rory Hammond, Trevor Kluckman, Amy Northup, Erin Leigh Schmoyer and Courtney Shaw.

Directors include Headland, Noah Himmelstein, Sara Lyons, Mike Swift and Taphat Tawil. The production stage manager is Liz Elise Richards.

Cinephilia will be held from 11 AM-noon, with Assistance from 12:15 PM-1:45 PM, Reverb from 2 PM-4 PM, The Accidental Blonde from 6 PM-8 PM, Bachelorette from 8:10 PM-10 PM and Surfer Girl from 10:15 PM-11 PM (with a talkback to follow). 
Circle in the Square Theatre is located at 1633 Broadway. For more information and tickets, visit

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