Thursday, October 29, 2009

Matthew Broderick & trouble with lines

"Ticket holders at this week’s first previews of Matthew Broderick’s new Off Broadway play have been privy to a second drama: watching the veteran theater actor try to learn his lines, with help from a prompter sitting in the front row.

"The play, Kenneth Lonergan’s 'Starry Messenger,' has been undergoing rewrites amid preview performances, and Mr. Broderick has struggled so much that he called out for lines multiple times on Monday and Tuesday nights."--New York Times

Friday, October 23, 2009

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