Tony Shalhoub is going from multiple costume (and character) changes and climbing up and down a revolving staircase in Act One to a far less physically demanding role. The Tony nominee stopped by Late Night on June 12 to share with Seth Meyers his upcoming stage venture: Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days opposite his wife, Brooke Adams. Shalhoub explained that in the play, "She’s buried in a mound up to her waist in the first act and up to her neck in the second act. I'm her husband and I'm just basically behind the mound lying down. Every once in a while I pop my head up and say a couple of words." Beckett’s not exactly light material, but at least it’ll be easier on your legs, Mr. Shalhoub! What other projects does the actor have in the works? The voice of the rat Splinter in the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film...Check out clips from the interview below!