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April 11, 2005
Actor: Jeff Goldblum

I like making acting part of my daily life—even if I don’t have a job, I work on plays and scenes.

April 4, 2005
Serious Clown: Bill Irwin

Everybody’s going to play poker at Kathleen’s house tonight. But I think I’m going to have to beg off. I have to treat myself like a hothouse plant.

March 28, 2005
Diva: Mercedes Ruehl

I had this huge, ugly, seven-foot costume on, but my legs were just in red tights, and all day long, gentlemen would come up to me and say, “Darling, can I be around when you take that rooster costume off?”

March 14, 2005
Smarty Pants

The star of Thom Pain is the talk of the town. Will success get James Urbaniak just what he deserves?

March 14, 2005
Bad Boy: Kieran Culkin

Having broken out with the indie film Igby Goes Down, the 22-year-old now stars opposite Anna Paquin in the play After Ashley.

March 7, 2005
Underground Theater: TheAtrainplays

“Unlike the MTA’s, our prices have stayed the same throughout our run.”

March 7, 2005
Tennessee Waltz

Jessica Lange threatened never to return to Broadway. Why’s she taking another spin in The Glass Menagerie?

March 7, 2005
Influences: John Lithgow

Broadway’s Dirty Rotten Scoundrel explains how he got that way.

February 28, 2005
Funny Peculiar

Have you heard the one about David Mamet? He’s tackling the Mideast peace process, penning musicals, scribbling cartoons—and joking all the way.

February 7, 2005
Company Man

Onscreen, he’s the perfect actor’s actor. But behind the scenes, Philip Seymour Hoffman keeps busy saving Off–Off Broadway.

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