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The Heiress' Dan Stevens Talks Twiddling Mustaches, Being a Book Nerd & Downton Abbey Fans

The Heiress' Dan Stevens Talks Twiddling Mustaches, Being a Book Nerd & Downton Abbey Fans

Downton Abbey heartthrob Dan Stevens is making his Broadway debut in The Heiress, and while fans of the hit British series know him as the handsome, sensitive and charming Matthew Crawley, the play will find him taking on the dastardly role of penniless suitor Morris Townsend. Stevens won’t play the character as a typical bad guy though—in fact ...

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Watch The Heiress Star David Strathairn Make History in New Lincoln Trailer

Watch The Heiress Star David Strathairn Make History in New Lincoln Trailer

David Strathairn is a few short weeks away from his return to Broadway in The Heiress, where he’ll transform into a dignified 19th-century doctor. This fall audiences can also catch the Oscar nominee as real-life Secretary of State William H. Seward in Steven Spielberg’s anxiously awaited new film Lincoln. Strathairn stars as Lincoln’s brave confidante alongside Broadway ...

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David Strathairn to Star Opposite Jessica Chastain in the Broadway Revival of The Heiress

David Strathairn to Star Opposite Jessica Chastain in the Broadway Revival of The Heiress

David Strathairn is set to play Dr. Austin Sloper opposite Academy Award nominee Jessica Chastain in the previously announced revival of Ruth and Augustus Goetz’s The Heiress. Directed by Moises Kaufman, the production will open in fall 2012 at a theater to be announced.

Strathairn has appeared on Broadway in Salome, Dance of Death, The Three Sisters and Einstein ...

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John Goodman and David Strathairn Join Waiting for Godot

John Goodman and David Strathairn will join previously announced stars Bill Irwin and Nathan Lane in Roundabout Theatre Company’s upcoming Broadway production of Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot. The production will begin previews on April 10, 2009, at Studio 54 and open on April 30 for a limited engagement, directed by Anthony Page.

Waiting for Godot revolves around ...

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