“It wasn’t lost on me that had they not seen Justified, it was very possible that my first audition may have passed them by.” – Damon Herriman on His Audition for ‘Quarry’
“It was all like a dream. It didn’t make any sense to me, how I got there, but sometimes that’s the way that it goes.” – Gary Cole on getting cast in his first major TV role
“Of all the awards, that one means the most to me because those are my peeps” – William H. Macy on winning a SAG Award
After working infrequently in film over the last decade, Al Pacino appears in several films released in 2015, including The Humbling, an indie drama directed by Barry Levinson.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQiGspS6rVg Though David Mamet is best known for his distinctive writing style in his scripts…
Al Pacino: “When you have access to real character, it stimulates the imagination. It’s something to take off from”
It’s no secret that Al Pacino’s best work in recent years has been on television. While his recent films have been awful to mildly disappointing, he has won Emmys for his roles in Angels in America and You Don’t Know Jack.
John C. McGinley on His ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’ Role: “Unless you are going to respect what David put on the page … I just think you might as well do a different play”
It’s been almost three decades since John C. McGinley last appeared on a Broadway stage, and he certainly didn’t choose to return under the radar. McGinley is starring in David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross as Dave Moss alongside Al Pacino and Bobby Cannavale.
After getting some awful reviews, producers announced last night that The Anarchist, the new play written and directed by David Mamet, will give its final performance on Sunday, December 16th.
Usually it pays for Broadway producers to cast big-name actors to draw huge houses. But how much exactly do those big names make? For Al Pacino, who stars in Glengarry Glen Ross as Shelly Levene, it’s money that most Broadway regulars could only dream about.
Alan Arkin knows more than most about how bizarre Hollywood can be. The Oscar-winner has been in the business for decades, which made him uniquely able to effectively play movie producer Lester Siegel in the new film Argo.
Felicity Huffman: With theater, “there’s all this breathing room to explore and discover and excavate”
Felicity Huffman is enjoying her return to the theater world in the new David Mamet play, November.
Three-time Academy Award nominee Debra Winger is set to make her Broadway debut in the American premiere of The Anarchist a new play written and directed by David Mamet.