Add this Event to Calendar 04/19/2021 02:00 PM 04/19/2021 04:00 PM Staged Reading of Arthur Miller's I Can't Remember Anything

Food for Thought Productions presents

A staged reading of

  I Can’t Remember Anything

A one-act play by Arthur Miller

  Starring Bob Dishy and Penny Fuller

  Directed By Antony Marsellis


Tony Roberts will be reading from his memoir, Do You Know Me?  And James Naughton will be zoomed in for the Q & A.

Monday, April 19 at 2 p.m.

Register at or call us at 794-2570 ask for Programming. You will receive the link the day of the program.    

*If this date is bad for you, register and we will send you a link to view the recording of this event. 

LIVE ZOOM--APRIL 19th at 2pm.    ALTERNATIVE DATES to view a recording:  APRIL 24th and APRIL 25th

BOB DISHY, Tony Nominee PENNY FULLER, Tony Nominee TONY ROBERTS and Tony Award winner JAMES NAUGHTON all in ONE AFTERNOON!  A Food For Thought afternoon.  The play features a play by Arthur Miller, directed by Antony Marsellis. Zoom in for a LIVE show on April 19th and ask questions of the cast during the Q  & A.  If you are not free on that date you can receive an invite to the show on April 24th or April 25th. 

Twenty years ago Food For Thought Productions presented “I Can’t Remember Anything” by Arthur Miller, starring Bob Dishy and Elaine Stritch.  Mr. Miller joined the cast for a riveting Q & A. On April 19th Mr. Dishy will reprise the same role. Penny Fuller will co-star in this one-act gem, directed by Antony Marsellis.

In addition, Tony Roberts will be reading from his memoir, "Do You Know Me?".  And James Naughton will be zoomed in for the Q & A.

For those of you who are interested in six degrees of separation:  Penny Fuller and Tony Roberts starred in "Barefoot In The Park" on Broadway and in real life were engaged!  James Naughton directed Bob Dishy in Arthur Miller's "The Price " on Broadway over twenty  years ago.  On April 19th you’ll be privy to their conversation about the collaboration.

Join us for an entertaining and thought-provoking afternoon in which both Miller and Roberts use comedy and drama to explore memory, aging and the past, present and future.  In Miller's play, one of the characters reveals his plan for the future--how his organs can be used after he dies.  This becomes one of the funniest moments in the play! Hard  to imagine?  Tune in and you’ll see!