This is the second in a series of American Shakespeare Theatre Alumni Talks to benefit the Stratford Arts Commission and th SCA, the Stratford Center for the Arts at the American Shakespeare Theatre.
Yours truly will conduct an on-stage interview and question-and-answer with Walken, a resident of Wilton, about his 40-plus years in stage, film and television.
Tickets are $25 and seating is general admission. VIP tickets with priority seating are available for $50 for the first few roads. Tickets may be reserved by calling 203-572-8177.
Walken played "Henry IV, Part One," and "Hamlet" in 1982, the latter directed by Peter Coe that also featured
Earlier this month actor
Walken won an Oscar for his supporting role in
His films include
Walken, 69, worked as a child actor starting in 1953, during television's Golden Age. He received an Emmy nomination for Hallmark Hall of Fame's "Sarah, Plain and Tall." He hosted