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The Cripple of Inishmaan - Broadway

Daniel Radcliffe returns to Broadway in Martin McDonagh's dark comedy.

Odds & Ends: Daniel Radcliffe Talks Inishmaan's Final Performances, London's Streetcar to Hit Screens & More

Odds & Ends: Daniel Radcliffe Talks Inishmaan's Final Performances, London's Streetcar to Hit Screens & More
Daniel Radcliffe
The 'Inishmaan' cast keeps walking into doors.

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today.

Watch Gillian Anderson in London's Streetcar at a Movie Theater Near You
We had been concerned that we’d miss London’s buzzed-about revival of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire, starring Gillian Anderson, Ben Foster and Vanessa Kirby, however National Theatre Live has come to our rescue. Directed by Benedict Andrews, the production will broadcast live to screens around the world from the Young Vic Theatre on September 16.

Broadway Titans The Shuberts Expand Off-Broadway 
Interesting news about the business side of theater in the Big Apple. The New York Times reports that the Shubert Organization, which owns 17 of the 40 Great White Way theaters, is in negotiations to buy off-Broadway’s New World Stages complex (which currently plays host to Avenue Q, Heathers and more). Although New World Stages’ current owner, Stage Entertainment, is behind Rocky, which is closing at a financial loss, the sale is apparently unconnected.

Daniel Radcliffe Talks Inishmaan's Final Performances
Audience members can expect to see actors getting bruises during the final performances of The Cripple of Inishmaan on the Great White Way, by the sound of things. Watch below as the always charming Daniel Radcliffe reveals that the cast has recently started walking into doors—and also what his "worst nightmare" is with the show, then race to the Cort Theatre. You've got until July 20 to catch the five-time Audience Choice Award winner's performance live!

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