Harry Clarke, The Play

Playwright David Cale, director Leigh Silverman and actor Billy Crudup discuss Cale's riveting one-man play Harry Clarke. In it, Crudup gives a bravura performance as the complicated, charming and nefarious title character, along with all the other roles in Cale's sometimes disturbing, but always wildly entertaining production. Jason Zinoman of The New York Times co-hosts with Susan Haskins.
Aired: 4/9/2018 | 0:27:39
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