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BWW TV: Chatting with Daniel Radcliffe & the Cast of THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN on Opening Night!

The Michael Grandage Company production of The Cripple of Inishmaan, by Martin McDonagh, starring Daniel Radcliffe and the critically acclaimed West End cast opened yesterday at the Cort Theatre (138 West 48th Street). BroadwayWorld’s Richard Ridge was there for the after party, where he got to chat with Radcliffe and the rest of the gang about the play and you can check out interviews with the company below!

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As I’ve suggested before, the guys definitely have something between them.;)

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It sounds like my own thoughts, precisely:

'Radcliffe’s Billy embodies the essence of this beautifully ambivalent play without dominating it, which would throw the production off balance. Despite Billy’s gnarled form, which makes even walking an agonizing process, he often registers as just one of many vivid portraits in a gallery of oddballs. But then he turns his sea-blue stare outward, and the loss and loneliness in his eyes lance right through you.
Of course the odds are that the very next minute you’ll be chuckling away, which doesn’t mean you’ve forgotten that flash of pain. At one point Billy gravely tells his friend, the sweets-addicted Bartley (Mr. MacNeill), who has been making fun of a woman who talks to stones, “You shouldn’t laugh at other people’s misfortunes.”
This greatly perplexes Bartley, whose answer is unrepentant: “But it’s awfully funny.” He’s right, of course. It is. This gorgeously realized production has the wisdom to let us laugh until it hurts.’

THEATER REVIEW
Hope Is Hollywood, Out of the Blue
/ THE NEW YORK TIMES
By BEN BRANTLEY
April 20, 2014

Вeauty like this is almost a crime.

Вeauty like this is almost a crime.

His kindness and mind are ones of a kind.

(Sorry, it’s an unintentional thing:) )

Acclaimed illustrator Ken Fallin’s drawings of the greatest stars and scenes of the theatrical world are a recurring part of Playbill.com.
This week Fallin captures Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan, which is currently in previews at the Cort Theatre. Pictured above is star Daniel Radcliffe.

Acclaimed illustrator Ken Fallin’s drawings of the greatest stars and scenes of the theatrical world are a recurring part of Playbill.com.
This week Fallin captures Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan, which is currently in previews at the Cort Theatre. Pictured above is star Daniel Radcliffe.

Current mood :)

Current mood :)

The longlost colleagues:D

Rupert-like Dan:)

Rupert-like Dan:)