Listen up and enjoy WordTheatre magic with ’24’ actors Clarke, Berkeley Oct. 14

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Among the actors reading David Means’ stories at the next WordTheatre performance at Chapman University will be Sarah Clarke from “24.”

Hear the stories of award-winning author David Means brought to life by some of Hollywood’s top actors Monday, Oct. 14, at 7 p.m. when WordTheatre returns to Chapman University. Admission is free for students and just $10 for faculty and staff with valid IDs.

In this second performance hosted by the Department of English WordTheatre will bring actors Sarah Clarke (
Trust Me
), Xander Berkeley (
Apollo 13
) and Sterling Sulieman (
The Vampire Diaries
All My Children
) to read stories by David Means. Means is a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist, and a Los Angeles Times Book Prize winner. Means’ stories have made several appearances in
The New Yorker
and have been included in
The Best American Short Stories
The Best American Mystery Stories
and numerous anthologies.

Tickets are on sale through the Chapman WordTheatre website,

Dawn Bonker

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