Rosemarie DeWitt, Henry Rollins, Megan Mullally and others will perform monologues from the late author’s unfinished novel “The Pale King”
Rosemarie DeWitt, Megan Mullally, Henry Rollins and others will perform monologues from David Foster Wallace's unfinished novel, "The Pale King" at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills April 28.
The PEN Center USA is sponsoring the event, which also will feature Rene Auberjonis ("Star Trek: Deep Space Nine"), Josh Radnor ("How I Met your Mother"), Adam Scott ("Step Brothers," "TheAviator"), Nick Offerman ("Parks and Recreation"), Brian Elerding ("Mad Men"), Rob Delaney ("Nature of the Beast") and Casey Wilson ("SNL").
Wallace, the author of the bestselling 1996 "Infinite Jest," died in 2008, before completing "The Pale King."
That book, about agents at the IRS Regional Examination Center in Peoria, Illinois, was released April 15.
Tickets are $65, including admission, preferred seating and a copy of the book, or $25 for admission only.
Tikets are available through Ticketmaster or, Tuesday through Friday, the Saban Theatre Box Office, (323) 655-0111.