Inside the Actors Studio: Al Pacino
Award winning actor Ellen Burstyn will be hosting the next Inside the Actors Studio on Wednesday, September 25. Join us when she interviews Al Pacino, one of Hollywood’s most celebrated talents.
The Actors Studio Drama School is proud to welcome Ellen Burstyn as a guest host for this special segment of Inside the Actors Studio. Known for her iconic performances in classics such as The Last Picture Show, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (Oscar and BAFTA winner for Best Actress), and the cultural phenomenon The Exorcist, Burstyn is widely regarded as one of her generation’s greatest actors. Memorable performances include Same Time Next Year (both the Broadway play for which she won the Tony Award, and the film adaptation for which she won the Golden Globe) and a tour de force in Requiem for a Dream, which earned Burstyn her sixth Oscar nomination. She continues to serve as co-president of the renowned Actors Studio, and will appear in several upcoming films including Pale Blue Dot and Welcome to Pine Grove.
She will be joined by Actors Studio alumnus and Co-President Al Pacino, widely celebrated for his turn as Michael Corleone in The Godfather, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award. He’s enjoyed a long and rich film career thanks to his talents, garnering a bevy of Academy Award nominations leading up to his Best Actor win for Scent of a Woman. Pacino also directed and starred in the films Looking For Richard, Chinese Coffee, and recently, Salome and Wilde Salome, and has worked closely with HBO on the 2003 miniseries Angels in America and the 2010 film You Don't Know Jack, both of which garnered Golden Globe and Emmy awards for his performances.
Please join us for this special evening:
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Pace students, faculty, and staff are permitted to send their tickets requests (maximum of two per person) to Inside the Actors Studio via email by Tuesday, September 17. Please note that your email does NOT guarantee tickets. Tickets will be confirmed in the order in which requests are sent. Your patience is greatly appreciated. Tickets are not transferrable and valid only for the Pace Community member requesting tickets. An ID may be required when picking up tickets.
Friends, family, etc. who are not part of the Pace Community should join the general standby line which forms outside of 3 Spruce Street. Again, admission is not guaranteed. Should tickets be available, it is one ticket per person.
For more information about the featured artists, please visit the Schimmel Center website.
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