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Carrie Fisher on Broadway & NY Times Best Sellers List

ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY

Celebrates

Carrie Fisher

and her best-selling memoir

Wishful Drinking

as it hits #7 on the

New York Times

Paperback Nonfiction Best Sellers List

on October 18th.

Wishful Drinking opened to rave reviews on Broadway

in a limited engagement through January 3rd, 2010 at Studio 54  

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director), in association with Jonathan Reinis, Jamie Cesa, Eva Price & Berkeley Repertory Theatre, celebrate Carrie Fisher and her best-selling memoir Wishful Drinking (Simon & Schuster) which will hit #7 on the New York Times Paperback Nonfiction Best Sellers List on October 18th

The stage production Wishful Drinking, created and performed by Carrie Fisher and directed by Tony Taccone at Studio 54 on Broadway (254 West 54th St) opened to rave reviews on Broadway at Roundabout Theatre Company.  Wishful Drinking opened officially on Sunday, October 4th, 2009. This is a limited engagement through January 3rd, 2010.

The Simon & Schuster published book, which has received accolades from reviewers across the country, has 100,000 paperback copies in print after 3 printings.

In Wishful Drinking, Carrie Fisher recounts the true and intoxicating tale of her life as a Hollywood legend, told with the same wry wit she poured into bestsellers like Postcards from the Edge. The daughter of Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher became a cultural icon when she starred as “Princess Leia” in the first Star Wars trilogy at 19 years old. Forever changed, Carrie’s life did not stay picture perfect.  Fisher is the life of the party in this uproarious and sobering look at her Hollywood hangover.

TICKET INFORMATION:

Tickets are available by calling Roundabout Ticket Services at (212) 719-1300 and online at www.roundabouttheatre.org.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

Wishful Drinking plays Tuesday through Saturday evenings at 8:00PM with a Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday matinee at 2:00PM.  Prices range from $31.50-$111.50.

www.roundabouttheatre.org

Wishful Drinking’s Carrie Fisher and Ragtime’s Savannah Wise in the news

CARRIE FISHER, STAR OF ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY’S WISHFUL DRINKING

AND RAGTIME’S SAVANNAH WISE

FEATURED IN THE DAILY NEWS

Carrie Fisher, currently starring in Roundabout Theatre Company’s Wishful Drinking and Savannah Wise, who plays legendary Vaudeville actress Evelyn Nesbit in the upcoming revival of Ragtime are featured in The Daily News in an article on daughters of performing parents who are following in their footsteps.

Daughters of B’way

Showbiz may be in their genes, but it still takes hard work to succeed.

By Patrick Huguenin

Even in entertainment, there’s such a thing as a family business and, for three women taking the New York stage this fall, the business is Broadway.

Carrie Fisher, Savannah Wise and Vivian Nixon were born to performing parents and chose to follow in their footsteps. Fisher, 52, is the most established of the three and stands solo in “Wishful Drinking,” which opens tonight. She’s been famous since she played Princess Leia in “Star Wars” and has since spent three decades on stage, screen and TV. She’s written screenplays, books and sitcoms.

In her one-woman show, she reveals her parents gave her more than a passion for performance, they gave her material. Fisher grew up fascinated by her movie-star mother, Debbie Reynolds, and her father, the singer Eddie Fisher, who divorced Reynolds when Fisher was 2 to marry Elizabeth Taylor. Though Reynolds hasn’t appeared on Broadway since 1983, and Fisher has been absent from the New York stage for even longer, her prominent parents are omnipresent in Fisher’s play.

“My parents had this incredibly vital relationship with an audience, like muscle and blood,” Fisher says in the show, which is based on her memoir of the same name. “This was the main competition I had for my parents’ attention, an audience.”

If the competition was stiff, it was inspiring. For Fisher, a true daughter of Hollywood, life was lived on display. Wise and Nixon, both in their 20s, knew they were similarly destined. Wise is the daughter of Scott Wise, a Tony Award winner who met her mother, Kiel Junius, then a dancer, on the Broadway tour of “A Chorus Line.”

“She was playing Maggie and my dad was playing Mike,” says Wise. “They got married, my dad moved on to the Broadway company as Mike and she followed soon after as Tricia and understudied other roles. Very soon after she started into ‘A Chorus Line’ on Broadway, she discovered she was pregnant.”

TO READ THE REST OF THE FEATURE, CLICK HERE.

TICKET INFORMATION:

Tickets for WISHFUL DRINKING are available by calling Roundabout Ticket Services at (212) 719-1300 and online at www.roundabouttheatre.org.

www.roundabouttheatre.org

Tickets for RAGTIME are available by calling Ticketmaster at 212-307-4100 or visiting www.ticketmaster.com.

www.ragtimebroadway.com

WISHFUL DRINKING reviewed in The New York Times

The New York Times
October 5, 2009

Just Me and My Celebrity Shadows

By BEN BRANTLEY

You have probably wondered what it would be like to walk a mile (or a light-year) in the hair coils of Princess Leia, the intergalactic pinup girl from the original “Star Wars” movies. O.K., so you haven’t.

But Carrie Fisher has arrived on Broadway with the intention of clamping those unflattering Danish-pastry-shaped pieces right onto your head — I mean, figuratively, of course, though in the case of one (un)lucky selected audience member per show, literally. What’s more, you’re going to like it. A lot.

Ms. Fisher — an actress, writer and sometime heroine of the tabloids — is the creator and cast of “Wishful Drinking,” the brut-dry, deeply funny memoir of a show that opened on Sunday night at Studio 54, directed by Tony Taccone. And for her first-act finale, she surrounds herself with images of merchandise inspired by Princess Leia, a role she created for George Lucas’s box-office-breaking “Star Wars” trilogy when she was in her early 20s.

So there, coming into focus like the last merciless visions of a drowning science-fiction geek, are projected giant photographs of the Princess Leia action figure, the Princess Leia Pez dispenser, the soap bar, the shampoo bottle, the too-anatomically-correct porcelain figurine and — my goodness — the life-size Princess Leia sex doll.

That last item shows up on stage in the semiflesh, and Ms. Fisher, who at 52 has redonned her old Leia coif for the scene, admits she doesn’t have the equipment to deal properly with her made-for-pleasure alter ego. That’s where the male volunteer comes in. And, oh yes, the other Princess Leia wig.

Whether or not you are the audience member anointed to model the Leia hairdo, you will by now have started to see the world through the self-dissociating eyes of the woman who first wore it. Ms. Fisher, daughter of the movie star Debbie Reynolds and the crooner Eddie Fisher, cannot be said to have had an Everywoman’s life. Yet “Wishful Drinking” makes you believe, for a couple of hours, that Carrie Fisher is you.

That’s quite an achievement when you consider the Bizarro Land labyrinth of Ms. Fisher’s very public existence: a childhood disrupted when Dad left Mom for Elizabeth Taylor; a Broadway debut at 15 in the chorus of Mom’s musical “Irene”; the mind-bending fame that came with “Star Wars”; a bumpy marriage to the singer Paul Simon; a reputation as a party girl who could match John Belushi in hedonistic excess; another marriage to a Hollywood agent who left her for another man; and, in 2005, the experience of waking up to find a close friend, a 42-year-old Republican operative named R. Gregory Stevens, dead in her bed beside her.

That last event being the most recent and rawest, it is dealt with early in “Wishful Drinking,” when Ms. Fisher throws open the floor to questions from the audience about Mr. Stevens’s death. “Hit me with your best shot,” she seems to be saying, meeting each question with a bullwhip quip. “I can take it.” But you don’t feel she’s trivializing a tragedy. What she is doing, most cannily, is letting you see the Carrie Fisher Defense System in action. I mean the one that’s built on the transformational power of epigrams instead of pills.

Anyone who achieves or is hit by great fame, especially early in life, develops a sense of a separate self that exists slightly to the side of the real thing. Jacqueline Onassis spoke about this phenomenon, as have countless movie stars. But if you’re going to stay in the game, and not wind up like Marilyn Monroe, you learn to make that separate self your servant.

Though cursed with an addictive personality and, it turned out later, bipolar disorder, Ms. Fisher was blessed with a sense of the howling absurdity built into fishbowl lives. And long before she created “Wishful Drinking,” which was first seen in Los Angeles in 2006, she had channeled that sensibility into wry, autobiographical novels, most notably “Postcards From the Edge.”

Click here to read the full review:

http://theater2.nytimes.com/2009/10/05/theater/reviews/05brantley.html?ref=theater

Broadway is STARRIER THAN EVER!

 Broadway is STARRIER THAN EVER!

2009-2010 Season 

Click here to find out about all the

stars and new shows coming to Broadway this season:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXwpX3Z2NU4  

New Stars Added! 

New stars and shows have been announced for this season!

Joining previously announced productions are A Little Night Music, Million Dollar Quartet, Next Fall and Sondheim on Sondheim.

Here are some of the amazing stars who are performing this season on the Great White Way:

Dennis Boutsikaris (Brighton Beach Memoirs; Broadway Bound), Barbara Cook (Sondheim on Sondheim), Alan Cumming (SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark), Anya Garnis & Pasha Kovalev of “So You Think You Can Dance” (Burn The Floor), Mara Davi (Irving Berlin’s White Christmas), Melissa Errico (Irving Berlin’s White Christmas), Carrie Fisher (Wishful Drinking), Nolan Gerard Funk (Bye Bye Birdie),  Victor Garber (Present Laughter), Ana Gasteyer (The Royal Family), Gina Gershon (Bye Bye Birdie), John Glover (The Royal Family), Alexander Hanson (A Little Night Music), (Rosemary Harris (The Royal Family), Douglas Hodge (La Cage aux Folles), Dee Hoty (Bye Bye Birdie), Jayne Houdyshell (Bye Bye Birdie), Bill Irwin (Bye Bye Birdie), Linda Lavin (Collected Stories), Angela Lansbury (A Little Night Music), Jude Law (Hamlet), Laura Linney (Time Stands Still), Jan Maxwell (The Royal Family), Laurie Metcalf (Brighton Beach Memoirs; Broadway Bound), Sienna Miller (After Miss Julie), Jonny Lee Miller (After Miss Julie), Christiane Noll (Ragtime), Larry Pine (The Royal Family), Tony Roberts (The Royal Family), Reg Rogers (The Royal Family), Alicia Silverstone (Time Stands Still), John Stamos (Bye Bye Birdie), Evan Rachel Wood (SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark), Vanessa Williams (Sondheim on Sondheim), Tony Yazbeck (Irving Berlin’s White Christmas), Catherine Zeta Jones (A Little Night Music).

 

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE BROADWAY SEASON ALREADY ANNOUNCED

                                                        FIRST PREVIEW                      OPENING NIGHT

BURN THE FLOOR                   July 25, 2009                                       August 2, 2009

WISHFUL DRINKING              September 22, 2009                             October 4, 2009

HAMLET                                     September 12, 2009                             October 6, 2009

THE ROYAL FAMILY               September 15, 2009                             October 8, 2009

BYE BYE BIRDIE                      September 10, 2009                             October 15, 2009

AFTER MISS JULIE                September 18, 2009                             October 22, 2009

BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS October 2, 2009                                October 25, 2009

RAGTIME                                October 23, 2009                                November 15, 2009

IRVING BERLIN’S
WHITE CHRISTMAS           November 13, 2009                             November 13, 2009

BROADWAY BOUND            November 18, 2009                             December 10, 2009

A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC           TBA                                                     December TBA

PRESENT LAUGHTER            January 2, 2010                                    January 21, 2010

TIME STANDS STILL             January 5, 2010                                    January 28, 2010

A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE        TBA                                                     March 4, 2010

NEXT FALL                                        TBA                                                    March 11, 2010

SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM          March 19, 2010                                 April 22, 2010

LA CAGE AUX FOLLES                   March 2010                                         April 18, 2010

SPIDER-MAN TURN OFF THE DARK     February 25, 2010                               TBA

COLLECTED STORIES                   April 6, 2010                                        April 28, 2010

MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET                  TBA                                                    TBA

WISHFUL DRINKING’s Carrie Fisher in the News

ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY

WISHFUL DRINKING

Creator & Star 

Carrie Fisher

in the new

 Live appearance on NBC’s “Today Show”

Watch Here

Broadway.com video interview 

Watch Here

Daily News “Behind The Scenery”

Read the Story

Wishful Drinking opens on Broadway on October 4, 2009 at Studio 54  

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director), in association with Jonathan Reinis, Jamie Cesa, Eva Price & Berkeley Repertory Theatre, is proud to present the Broadway premiere production of Wishful Drinking, created and performed by Carrie Fisher and directed by Tony Taccone at Studio 54 on Broadway (254 West 54th St).  

Wishful Drinking will open officially on Sunday, October 4th, 2009. This is a limited engagement through January 3rd, 2010.

In Wishful Drinking, Carrie Fisher recounts the true and intoxicating tale of her life as a Hollywood legend, told with the same wry wit she poured into bestsellers like Postcards from the Edge. The daughter of Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher became a cultural icon when she starred as “Princess Leia” in the first Star Wars trilogy at 19 years old. Forever changed, Carrie’s life did not stay picture perfect.  Fisher is the life of the party in this uproarious and sobering look at her Hollywood hangover.

TICKET INFORMATION:

Tickets are available by calling Roundabout Ticket Services at (212) 719-1300 and online at www.roundabouttheatre.org.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

Wishful Drinking plays Tuesday through Saturday evenings at 8:00PM with a Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday matinee at 2:00PM.  Prices range from $31.50-$111.50.

www.roundabouttheatre.org

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WISHFUL DRINKING’S Carrie Fisher on “The View” 10/1

ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY

WISHFUL DRINKING

Creator & Star 

Carrie Fisher

will be featured on

ABC’S “The View”

Thursday, October 1st at 11:00AM  

on Channel 7

 Wishful Drinking opens on Broadway on October 4, 2009 at Studio 54  

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Carrie Fisher, star of Roundabout Theatre Company’s Wishful Drinking, will conduct a live interview, Thursday, October 1st on ABC’s “The View” at 11:00AM on channel 7.

Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director), in association with Jonathan Reinis, Jamie Cesa, Eva Price & Berkeley Repertory Theatre, is proud to present the Broadway premiere production of Wishful Drinking, created and performed by Carrie Fisher and directed by Tony Taccone at Studio 54 on Broadway (254 West 54th St).  

Wishful Drinking will open officially on Sunday, October 4th, 2009. This is a limited engagement through January 3rd, 2010.

In Wishful Drinking, Carrie Fisher recounts the true and intoxicating tale of her life as a Hollywood legend, told with the same wry wit she poured into bestsellers like Postcards from the Edge. The daughter of Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher became a cultural icon when she starred as “Princess Leia” in the first Star Wars trilogy at 19 years old. Forever changed, Carrie’s life did not stay picture perfect.  Fisher is the life of the party in this uproarious and sobering look at her Hollywood hangover.

TICKET INFORMATION:

Tickets are available by calling Roundabout Ticket Services at (212) 719-1300 and online at www.roundabouttheatre.org.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

Wishful Drinking plays Tuesday through Saturday evenings at 8:00PM with a Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday matinee at 2:00PM.  Prices range from $31.50-$111.50.

www.roundabouttheatre.org

WISHFUL DRINKING’s Carrie Fisher on NBC’s “Today Show” 9/29

ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY

WISHFUL DRINKING

Creator & Star 

Carrie Fisher

will be featured on

NBC’s “Today Show”

Tuesday, September 29th between 8:00-9:00AM  

on Channel 4

 Wishful Drinking opens on Broadway on October 4, 2009 at Studio 54  

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Carrie Fisher, star of Roundabout Theatre Company’s Wishful Drinking, will conduct a live interview, Tuesday, September 29th on NBC’s “Today Show” between 8:00-9:00AM on channel 4.

Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director), in association with Jonathan Reinis, Jamie Cesa, Eva Price & Berkeley Repertory Theatre, is proud to present the Broadway premiere production of Wishful Drinking, created and performed by Carrie Fisher and directed by Tony Taccone at Studio 54 on Broadway (254 West 54th St).  

Wishful Drinking will open officially on Sunday, October 4th, 2009. This is a limited engagement through January 3rd, 2010.

In Wishful Drinking, Carrie Fisher recounts the true and intoxicating tale of her life as a Hollywood legend, told with the same wry wit she poured into bestsellers like Postcards from the Edge. The daughter of Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher became a cultural icon when she starred as “Princess Leia” in the first Star Wars trilogy at 19 years old. Forever changed, Carrie’s life did not stay picture perfect.  Fisher is the life of the party in this uproarious and sobering look at her Hollywood hangover.

TICKET INFORMATION:

Tickets are available by calling Roundabout Ticket Services at (212) 719-1300 and online at www.roundabouttheatre.org.

 

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

Wishful Drinking plays Tuesday through Saturday evenings at 8:00PM with a Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday matinee at 2:00PM.  Prices range from $31.50-$111.50.

www.roundabouttheatre.org

 

WISHFUL DRINKING’s Fisher visits Studio 54 with New Yorker

The New Yorker

September 21, 2009

The Talk Of The Town

Stomping Grounds

By MICHAEL SCHULMAN  

A long time ago, in a galaxy called midtown, Paul Simon took Carrie Fisher on a date to Studio 54. “We had met in L.A.,” Fisher recalled recently. “Paul was with Shelley Duvall, and I was with the producer of ‘Star Wars,’ a Quaker named Gary Kurtz. I really missed out on that action.” Not long after that first meeting, they ran into each other again at “Saturday Night Live” and wound up on the dance floor at Studio 54. In 1983, they were married. “I just remember seeing him dance, and knowing later that it was a rare occurrence,” Fisher said. The marriage didn’t last, and neither did Studio 54: it closed in 1986 and later reopened as a Broadway theatre, where Fisher is about to start previews of her one-woman show, “Wishful Drinking.”

It was noon on a Tuesday, and some producers were giving Fisher a tour of the theatre. She had not set foot there since it was a disco. “My mind is just cheese,” she announced, entering the lobby. (In the show, Fisher recounts, among other things, her experiences with electroconvulsive therapy, which has stabilized her bipolar disorder but leaves her occasionally disoriented.) She wore a black pashmina, sparkly eye-shadow, and red sandals. Inside the theatre, she stood by a row of seats and peered into the balcony. ‘That was where everyone went to do drugs and have sex,” she said. “That’s what I heard, anyway. I didn’t do that! Drugs, yes.”

The show, like the life it chronicles, covers a lot of ground; being the daughter of Debbie Reynolds (age two: her father leaves her mother for Elizabeth Taylor), romantic travails (age thirty-six: the talent agent Bryan Lourd leaves her for another man), the Princess Leia years, rehab, mental illness (“I’m very sane about my insanity,” she often says). When the Roundabout offered her the chance to play Studio 54, Fisher embraced he irony. “I’m only going to play theatres where I’ve been really high,” she said.

The producers led Fisher down a stairway and into a drab backstage area. “This is usually our musicians’ room. It’s storage right now,” Sydney Beers, the company’s general manager, said. It triggered a Studio 54 flashback.

 Read the full article in this week’s New Yorker Magazine

On Stands Now 

WISHFUL DRINKING begins previews tomorrow 9/22

Previews begin tomorrow Tuesday, September 22nd

ROUNDABOUT THEATRE COMPANY

in association with

Jonathan Reinis

Jamie Cesa       Eva Price

& Berkeley Repertory Theatre

presents the Broadway premiere of

WISHFUL DRINKING

Created and performed by

CARRIE FISHER

WISHFUL DRINKING opens officially on Sunday, October 4th, 2009

At Studio 54

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Roundabout Theatre Company’s (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director) Broadway production of Wishful Drinking begins previews tomorrow, Tuesday, September 22nd at 8:00PM.

Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director), in association with Jonathan Reinis, Jamie Cesa, Eva Price & Berkeley Repertory Theatre, is proud to present the Broadway premiere production of Wishful Drinking, created and performed by Carrie Fisher and directed by Tony Taccone at Studio 54 on Broadway (254 West 54th St).  

In Wishful Drinking, Carrie Fisher recounts the true and intoxicating tale of her life as a Hollywood legend, told with the same wry wit she poured into bestsellers like Postcards from the Edge. The daughter of Eddie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher became a cultural icon when she starred as “Princess Leia” in the first Star Wars trilogy at 19 years old. Forever changed, Carrie’s life did not stay picture perfect.  Fisher is the life of the party in this uproarious and sobering look at her Hollywood hangover.

Wishful Drinking will open officially on Sunday, October 4th, 2009 at Studio 54 on Broadway (254 West 54th St).  This is a limited engagement through January 3rd, 2010.

TICKET INFORMATION:

Tickets are available by calling Roundabout Ticket Services at (212)719-1300, online at www.roundabouttheatre.org or at the Studio 54 Box Office (254 W. 54th Street). Prices range from $31.50-$111.50.

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE:

Wishful Drinking will play Tuesday through Saturday evenings at 8:00PM with a Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday matinee at 2:00PM. 

www.roundabouttheatre.org

Broadway: More Stars Than Ever in 2009-2010 Season

BROADWAY: MORE STARS THAN EVER!

2009-2010 Season Promises to be a great one

Look who’s coming to the Broadway stages this year.  More than a dozen new shows are scheduled to open between now and the end of the year.  Here are some of the amazing stars who are performing this season on the Great White Way:

Dennis Boutsikaris (Brighton Beach Memoirs; Broadway Bound), Alan Cumming (SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark), “Dancing With the Stars” dancers Maksim Chmerkovskiy & Karina Smirnoff (Burn The Floor), Stephen Collins (The Royal Family), Carrie Fisher (Wishful Drinking), Nolan Funk (Bye, Bye, Birdie),  Victor Garber (Present Laughter), Ana Gasteyer (The Royal Family), Gina Gershon (Bye, Bye, Birdie), John Glover (The Royal Family), Rosemary Harris (The Royal Family), Dee Hoty (Bye, Bye, Birdie), Jayne Houdyshell (Bye, Bye, Birdie), Bill Irwin (Bye, Bye, Birdie), Linda Lavin (Collected Stories), Jude Law (Hamlet), Laura Linney (Time Stands Still), Jan Maxwell (The Royal Family), Laurie Metcalf (Brighton Beach Memoirs; Broadway Bound), Sienna Miller (After Miss Julie), Jonny Lee Miller (After Miss Julie), Tony Roberts (The Royal Family), Reg Rogers (The Royal Family), Alicia Silverstone (Time Stands Still), John Stamos (Bye, Bye, Birdie), Evan Rachel Wood (SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark)

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE BROADWAY SEASON ALREADY ANNOUNCED

                                         FIRST PREVIEW      OPENING NIGHT

BURN THE FLOOR                        July 25, 2009                                     August 2, 2009

WISHFUL DRINKING                 September 22, 2009                        October 4, 2009

HAMLET                                           September 12, 2009                         October 6, 2009

THE ROYAL FAMILY                  September 15, 2009                         October 8, 2009

BYE BYE BIRDIE                            September 10, 2009                         October 15, 2009

AFTER MISS JULIE                        September 18, 2009                         October 22, 2009

BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS    October 2, 2009                                October 25, 2009

RAGTIME                                             October 23, 2009                              November 15, 2009

BROADWAY BOUND                        November 18, 2009                          December 10, 2009

PRESENT LAUGHTER                      January 2, 2010                                 January 21, 2010

TIME STANDS STILL                       January 5, 2009                                 January 28, 2009

SPIDER-MAN TURN OFF THE DARK     February 25, 2010                             TBA

COLLECTED STORIES                      April 6, 2010                                     April 28, 2010