While Cuba Gooding Jr. is killing it (pun intended) on FX's The People V. OJ Simpson, audiences have been drawn to Sterling K. Brown’s Christopher Darden.
Here’s a quick scene from Terrance McNally‘s It’s Only a Play, currently on Broadway at the Schoenfeld Theater. In this scene, Nathan Lane and Micah Stock meet for the first time. The show, about the opening night of a new play, also stars Matthew Broderick, Stockard Channing, F. Murray Abraham, Rupert Grint and Megan Mullally.
This is really Elaine Stritch‘s world and we’re all living in it. I can honestly say this after watching the excellent and brutally honest documentary about her life, Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me. The film looks back on her amazing life and career as follows her as she is beginning to rehearse and embark on a 5-city tour of a new one woman show where she sings a handful of classic Sondheim. Did I mention that she’s in her late 80’s? If you’re a fan of Broadway (like I am), then there is no doubt that she’s a legend. She’s been ... Read more
Nathan Lane talks about his role on this past season of The Good Wife. He gets into his how he created the background for his character, working with the cast and working in TV in general.
It's hard to think of any actor who has been more associated with Broadway in the last twenty-five years than Nathan Lane. The two-time Tony Award winner has rarely been off the New York stage during that time and he currently stars in The Nance, a play about a New York burlesque theater actor in the 1930s.
Broadway.com has a series of videos called 'Secrets of Tony Nominees!' and in this installment, they asked Tony Nominee Nathan Lane a handful of questions like what his life-changing role is, his Broadway hero's and the first Broadway show he ever saw.
Here's a clip from Douglas Carter Beane's new Broadway play, The Nance, featuring Nathan Lane and Jonny Orsini.
During the run of the show, he and actress Laurie Metcalf (who is currently starring as Mary Tyrone in O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night on London's West End) exchanged emails about the pressures of working with O'Neill's text, food before shows and pre-show preparation.
When The Iceman Cometh, so will Nathan Lane. The theater star has signed on to play salesman Theodore “Hickey” Hickman in a 2012 revival of Eugene O’Neill’s classic Iceman Cometh. The play will begin its run at Chicago’s Goodman Theater next April 22-June 10.
How did Lend Me A Tenor's Mary Catherine Garrison go from Grad School to Broadway in a couple months? Find out here!