Charlie Sheen will coach actors as part of his prison work release at the Theatre Aspen, in addition to his 30 day jail sentence.
Charlie Sheen will coach actors as part of his work release from prison.
The 'Two and a Half Men' star - who will appear in court in Aspen, Colorado today (07.06.10) to answer charges relating to a row he had with wife Brooke Mueller on Christmas Day (25.12.09) - will reportedly work with staff at the Theatre Aspen on three of the theatre's summer plays, 'The Wonderettes', 'Three Little Pigs' and 'Same Time Next Year', if a judge agrees to recommend him for day release.
The theatre's artistic director Paige Price told CNN: "We've often been in a position of helping people fulfil their community service, but he would be our highest profile intern."
Charlie will also be doing meet-and-greets for Theatre Aspen fundraising and will work with theatre group children.
The actor - who has been living separately from Brooke, the mother of his 15-month-old twin sons Bob and Max, since the incident - has agreed a plea bargain with the court and is expected to plead no contest to third-degree misdemeanour assault and will accept a 30-day sentence.
However, he could serve just 17 days if he is given early release for good behaviour.