Watch: Daniel Radcliffe on the Differences Between American and British Theater Audiences

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Though moviegoers can see Daniel Radcliffe in the fantasy film Horns, which opens today, Broadway fans will have to wait a bit longer. Radcliffe is an unapologetic fan of Broadway — he has starred in Equus, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and The Cripple of Inishmaan — but he hasn’t yet made plans to return to the New York stage.

However, based on this interview that he did with The Wall Street Journal‘s Barbara Chai that he did to promote The Cripple of Inishmaan, it will be hard to keep Radcliffe away from his next Broadway production. In the conversation, Radcliffe speaks about the differences between American and British theater audiences (and though he’s careful about saying it, he says British audiences have a better sense of humor than their British counterparts!) and his daily routine when he’s doing a show on Broadway.

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