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Jan 19, 2014   Leave a Comment Stage

A talk back series for the acclaimed Harold Pinter’s NO MAN’S LAND starring Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley, will begin Thursday, January 23, featuring the cast. Following the first date, moderated by the production’s director Sean Mathias, talk back dates include Thursdays, February 6, February 13, February 20 and February 27. After the performance of NO MAN’S LAND on Thursday, January 23, Sean Mathias and the actors will discuss Harold Pinter’s play and answer audience questions about the production and the acclaimed repertory season. The ticketed audience for each performance is welcome to stay, free of charge, for the talk back. A ticket is required for the performance. Continue @ broadwayworld.com

Jan 19, 2014   Leave a Comment Stage

The Tony Awards Administration Committee met Jan. 9 to determine the eligibility of 14 Broadway productions for the 2014 Tony Awards, presented by The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing. The committee will meet a total of four times throughout the 2013-2014 season to decide the eligibility for the 68th Annual Tony Awards. This marks the second meeting of the season. Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley will be considered eligible in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play category for their performances in No Man’s Land. Crudup and Hensley will be considered eligible in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play category for their performances in Waiting for Godot. Continue @ playbill.com

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Dec 27, 2013   Leave a Comment Stage

Top 10 – No Man’s Land: Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart led a formidable all-star cast (with Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley), bandying and insinuating Harold Pinter’s dialogue and treacherous silences to strangely moving, comic effect that went down as smoothly as the fine-malt scotch endlessly consumed on Berkeley Repertory’s stage in the out-of-town warm-up for the production now on Broadway. Continue @ sfgate.com