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Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf
Is Newest Broadway Coronavirus Casualty
It couldn’t continue due to “ensuing cast conflicts amid the shutdown.”
last night on late night
Yes, You Could Watch Laurie Metcalf Read a Playbill
Stop trying to fight it.
Anne Victoria Clark
Laurie Metcalf on Playing Hillary Clinton and Her Very Brief
Talking with the Broadway star about her love for theater and whether she’d ever return to
Theater Review: A Transitory Journey to the Recent Past in
Hillary and Clinton
Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow as the couple we all think we know.
Laurie Metcalf and Eddie Izzard Invite You to
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Bring your own brandy. Domestic discord will be provided.
Doesn’t Need Roseanne
Minus Roseanne Barr and Trumpian politics,
moves forward in funny, sturdy fashion.
Three Tall Women,
Three Great Actresses
Laurie Metcalf and Alison Pill and Glenda Jackson, yeah.
Is Back Wearing a Trump Hat, But Showing Progressive Tendencies
still does what it did well in the ‘80s and ‘90s, but with a stronger political streak.
Tom Arnold, Laurie Metcalf Superfan, Says Roseanne Banned Them From Dating
was just starting.
Glenda Jackson, Laurie Metcalf, and Alison Pill Unite for
Three Tall Women
Albee’s play requires three great actors–who aren’t afraid to butt heads with one another.
Laurie Metcalf on Her
“I didn’t plan on this at all. We’ll be in previews during the Oscars, so I’ll have to fly in real quick.”
Laurie Metcalf on Her Golden Globe Nomination for
“It was a small, independent movie, and I thought,
Oh, this will be perfect, I can dip my toe back into this world.”
Marks the Arrival of a Major Directorial Talent
Everything comes together for Gerwig in her marvelous solo directorial debut.
Julie White Will Replace Laurie Metcalf in
A Doll’s House, Part 2
A new cast will begin performances July 25.
Lunch With Laurie Metcalf, Star of
A Doll’s House, Part 2,
at a Doll Store
The Tony favorite talks about the sequel to a classic play, following her passion, and the
ABC Officially Picks Up the
The revival had been shopped around to several networks.
Laurie Metcalf to Star in
A Doll’s House, Part 2
Directed by Sam Gold, and produced by Scott Rudin.
Theater Review: Bruce Willis on Broadway, With
Break a leg!
“Part of what’s hilarious about
is the way the playwright not only goes there, but stacks the deck on arrival.”
Laurie Metcalf on
“Rehearsal for me is sort of traumatic. I get pretty hard on myself.”
Mary Kaye Schilling
See a Teaser for HBO’s Geriatric-Care Comedy
With Laurie Metcalf, Niecy Nash, and Alex Borstein.
Theater Review: Laurie Metcalf Astonishes in
The Other Place
She’s never been better.
Saturday Night’s Children: Laurie Metcalf (1981)
Saturday Night Live has been home to over a hundred cast members throughout the past 36 years. In our column Saturday Night’s Children, we […]
Theater Reviews: Laurie Metcalf, National Treasure! Plus, Mike Birbiglia Strikes Again and a Bloodless
In ‘The Other Place,’ Metcalf is back in yet another mother of a role.
Cast Members Who Only Lasted a Season
Watkins had fifteen episodes to strut her stuff on the show; these 21 people weren’t as lucky.
Liam Neeson to Throw Lightning Bolts at Ralph Fiennes
Plus: David O. Russell has another project.