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DAVID RASCHE JOINS CAST OF TO BE OR NOT TO BE

David Rasche has joined the cast of MTC’s TO BE OR NOT TO BE in the role of ‘Josef.’

This fall, Rasche will be seen in the Coen Brothers‘ newest film Burn After Reading opposite Brad Pitt and George Clooney. He will also be seen in the recently wrapped BBC Films production of In The Loop alongside James Gandolfini, Anna Chlumsky, and Steve Coogan and the recently wrapped independent feature film Blue Eyes in which he plays the title role. Rasche was seen in Clint Eastwood‘s film Flags of Our Fathers and previously appeared in MTC’s hit world premiere production of Paul Rudnick‘s Regrets Only. He most recently appeared in CSC’s acclaimed production of The Seagull opposite Alan Cumming and Dianne Wiest for which Rasche received the 2008 Richard Seff Award.

Rasche joins the previously announced cast of TO BE OR NOT TO BE which includes Peter Benson, Robert Dorfman, Steve Kazee, Peter Maloney, Jan Maxwell, Michael McCarty, Kristine Nielsen, Brandon Perler, Rocco Sisto, Jimmy Smagula, and Marina Squerciati.

TO BE OR NOT TO BE is scheduled to begin previews at MTC’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (214 West 47th Street) on Thursday, September 11 and open on Thursday, October 2.

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BIOGRAPHY

DAVID RASCHE (Josef) has appeared in several recent MTC productions including Regrets Only, Moonlight and Magnolias, Five By Tenn, and Last Dance. This fall, Rasche will be seen in the Coen Brothers’ newest film Burn After Reading opposite Brad Pitt and George Clooney. He will also be seen in the recently wrapped BBC Films production of In The Loop alongside James Gandolfini, Anna Chlumsky, and Steve Coogan and the recently wrapped independent feature film Blue Eyes in which he plays the title role. He most recently appeared in CSC’s acclaimed production of The Seagull opposite Alan Cumming and Dianne Wiest for which Rasche received the 2008 Richard Seff Award. He also appeared in the Westport Country Playhouse’s production of Arthur Miller’s 1976 drama, The Archbishop’s Ceiling (dir. Gregory Mosher). Last year, he also performed in Lovely Day (dir. Blair Brown) and Elvis and Juliet with Fred Willard. Recent films include Sentinel, with Michael Douglas and Kim Basinger, United 93, and Clint Eastwood’s Flags of our Fathers.

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