Mark Rylance discusses his roles in Jez Butterworth’s new play “Jerusalem.” The show won the New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Best Foreign Play and earned six Tony nominations, including a Best Actor nomination for Rylance. Set in the woods of South West England, it centers on Johnny "Rooster" Byron, who is a wanted man—the council officials want to serve him an eviction notice, his son wants to be taken to the country fair, his stepfather wants to give him a serious kicking, and a motley crew of friends wants his ample supply of drugs and alcohol.
David Hyde Pierce, Joanna Lumley, and Mark Rylance discuss their roles in “La Bête.” The Olivier Award-winning play pits high-brow against low-brow in 17th-century France when two artists vie for a royal endorsement. “La Bête” is playing at the Music Box Theatre through January 9.
The New York Times called Mark Rylance “one of the greatest Shakespearean actors of his time.” Now the Tony Award-nominee makes his Broadway debut in the hit revival of "Boeing-Boeing," now at the Longacre Theatre, at 220 W. 48th St.
Richard Engel, NBC’s Middle East Bureau Chief, talks about covering 5 years of war in Iraq. Also, Mark Rylance on his hilarious turn in the hit revival of “Boeing-Boeing.” Hear about New York’s Floating Pool Lady project. And Please Explain is all about food poisoning!...and what’s up with ...
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