The hit public radio series comes to Lafayette College's Williams Center for the Arts with an evening of moving, comical, and surprising stories about unexpected encounters in places both fantastical and close to home. Spellbinding tales by authors Susan Perabo, Steven Millhauser, and faculty member Alix Ohlin will be performed by David Morse
(True Detective, St. Elsewhere
), Mia Dillon
(Our Town) and René Auberjonois
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Williams Center for the Arts
317 Hamilton Street
Easton, PA 18042
Ticket Office: (610) 330-5009
*Due to scheduling conflicts, Kate Burton, Kathleen Chalfant, and Patricia Kalember are no longer able to perform at this event.*
René Auberjonois won the Tony Award for his role in the musical CoCo and was nominated for Tony Awards for the City of Angels, Big River, and The Good Doctor. Among his film credits are M*A*S*H*, The Patriot, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, and The Player. He starred in the television series Benson, for which he received an Emmy nomination, and has appeared in The Good Wife, Masters of Sex, Criminal Minds, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and Madame Secretary. He also starred as Odo and directed a number of episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Auberjonois is a founding member of the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco and appear in the recently released films Certain Women and Blood Stripe.
Mia Dillon has appeared on Broadway in Our Town, Crimes of the Heart (Tony Award nomination, Clarence Derwent Award), Hay Fever, The Corn is Green, The Miser, Once a Catholic (Drama Desk Award nomination), Agnes of God, Da and Off Broadway in The Exonerated and many other plays. At the Berkshire Theatre Festival she starred in Ibsen’s Ghosts, Edward Albee’s A Delicate Balance, Tennessee Williams’ Period of Adjustment, and Noel Coward’s Coward in Two Keys. She appears in Isn’t It Delicious, an official selection of the 2013 Manhattan Film Festival. Her award-winning short film, Quiet, has been shown in five film festivals and on the Sundance Channel. She has toured Ireland in a production of Deathtrap. She is honored to be the recipient of the 2016 Distinguished Alumni award from Penn State University.
David Morse currently stars on the WGN America drama Outsiders, as the heavyhearted patriarch Big Foster. He has received Emmy nominations for his roles on House and HBO's John Adams, and has appeared on True Detective, Treme, and Hack. His standout film credits include Concussion, World War Z, The Hurt Locker, and The Green Mile. On stage, Morse earned Drama League, Lucille Lortel, Drama Desk, and Obie Awards for his starring role in How I Learned to Drive, and has appeared in the Los Angeles production of Of Mice and Men, at the Roundabout in The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin, and on Broadway in The Seafarer, directed by Conor McPherson.