Four-time Emmy winner Falco (“The Sopranos,” “Nurse Jackie,” The House of Blue Leaves) plays “outrageous, adorable and developmentally disabled Patricia” who, according to production notes, “is living the good life on her own. When funds run out for her ongoing care, her brother Chip (Shaud) steps in to help her establish a new life in a new home with new neighbors, including Tim (Kind), and her new social worker, Karen (Lenox)."
Tony nominee Kind (The Big Knife) appeared on TV’s “Spin City,” “Mad About You” and “Gotham.” Lenox earned her Tony Award in the original production of Doubt. Shaud appeared on TV’s “Murphy Brown.”
Also in the cast are Cindy Cheung and Bruce Faulk.
Staged by GSP resident artistic director Michael Mastro, the reading is scheduled to start at 7 PM at George Street Playhouse, 9 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick.
Tickets cost $65 for general admission, with a limited number of $120 seats available that include a post-performance meet-and-greet reception with the artists. For tickets and information, contact the George Street Playhouse box office, (732) 246-7717, or visit GSPonline.org.