Talk-Backs with the cast and creative teams are conducted after every Sunday Matinee at The Beckett Theatre.
In addition, special post-performance talks are scheduled from time to time during the run of TACT’s Mainstage productions.  Check back here from details to come…












Friday, October 10th following the 8pm show.


Moderated by Billy DiMichele

Tony Award-winning actress Dana Ivey is one of our most versatile and admired actresses. Known for her many stage roles, including Sunday in the Park With George and The Last Night of Ballyhoo, and originating the title role in the stage version of Driving Miss Daisy. Ms. Ivey has also appeared in such notable films as The Color Purple, Sleepless in Seattle, Legally Blonde, and most recently, The Help. We are thrilled to have Ms. Ivey (a friend and supporter of TACT for many years, and a member of the Advisory Council) share her thoughts and experiences as a working actress.

TACT Advisory Council member Billy DiMichele is Vice President, Creative Development at Scholastic, Inc.



Friday, October 17th following the 8pm show.

Moderated by William E. Grau


With a distinguished acting career in film, television and theatre, TACT Founding Member Cynthia Harris’s work includes the acclaimed Edward and Mrs. Simpson (BAFTA nomination Best Actress), Isadora opposite Vanessa Redgrave, and Reuben, Reuben opposite Tom Conti. Television audiences will know her as Sylvia Buchman from the NBC series Mad About You (five seasons) and for her recurring roles on NBC’s L.A. Law (three seasons) and Rescue Me. She has appeared in dozens of TACT productions including her critically acclaimed performance as Grandma Kurnitz in the Drama Desk nominated production of Lost in Yonkers.

TACT Advisory Council Member William E. Grau is a marketing consultant and theatre enthusiast.







Friday, October 24th following the 8pm show.
Call the TACT office for more details or to reserve your place.  212/645-8228

Moderated by Lauren Miller

Throughout history, women have played an important role in the theatre, but it’s not until recently that their equality has begun to reach appropriate parity in leadership and management positions. Four visionary women who are shaping the New York theatre scene today– Susan Bernfield (Founder & Producing Artistic Director, New Georges), Lisa McNulty (Producing Director, Women’s Project Theater), Rebecca Patterson (Artistic Director, The Queen’s Company) and Jenn Thompson (Co-Artistic Director, TACT) will share their collective experiences on their personal journeys and the progress to come.

Lauren Miller is a producer of TACT’s newTACTics New Play Festival.