Bradley Cooper, who appeared on Broadway in last season’s smash revival of The Elephant Man, has added his name to the roster of stars participating in the January 25th salute to Arthur Miller, “One Night, 100 Years” presented as a fundraiser for the Arthur Miller Foundation for Theater And Film Education.
Cooper, fellow actors Ron Leibman and Scott Shepherd and playwright A.R. Gurney have joined a list that includes Ayad Akhtar, Alec Baldwin, Ellen Barkin, McKinley Belcher, Laurence Fishburne, Ray Fisher, Greta Gerwig, Jake Gyllenhaal, Katori Hall, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Tony Kushner, Peter Sarsgaard, and John Turturro. The evening will feature readings from Miller’s autobiography Timebends and unpublished works, as well as scenes from Death Of A Salesman, The Price, All My Sons and more. Gregory Mosher is directing the event, which will be held at the Lyceum Theatre, home to the current revival of Miller’s A View From The Bridge.
Proceeds from the evening will go to the Foundation, which promotes access and equity to public school theater and film education. Tickets are available through Telecharge.