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Tony Winner Denzel Washington Eyes Broadway Return

Tony Winner Denzel Washington Eyes Broadway Return
Denzel Washington
Denzel Washington hopes to return to Broadway in 2014.

Tony winner Denzel Washington has his sights set on returning to Broadway, the two-time Oscar winner revelead during a recent interview on Charlie Rose.

"What I want to do is come back to Broadway," Washington said of his next project, "which I plan to do in 2014. [Producer] Scott Rudin and Kenny Leon, who directed me in Fences, we're all trying to figure out which play to do. I won't say which play; they've already got their mind made up, but 2014."

Washington, who stars in the new movie Flight, went on to reveal his fondess for the stage. "I love theater the most. I like acting on stage more than film because there is an energy you get from it."

Washington earned a Tony in 2010 for the revival of Fences and has also appeared on Broadway in Julius Caesar and Checkmates. His off-Broadway credits include The Tragedy of Richard III, A Soldier's Play and Coriolanus

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