LCT: Flying Over Sunset, My Fair Lady (Theater World Award; Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Drama League nominations). Regional: King George VI in David Seidler’s The King’s Speech (Chicago Shakespeare Theater). West End includes The Importance of Being Earnest (Ian Charleson Award nom), Flare Path and The Pride. Off-West End includes She Stoops to Conquer (National Theatre), Posh (Royal Court), The Changeling (Young Vic) and The Prince of Homburg (Donmar Warehouse). Film: Downton Abbey, The Little Stranger, About Time, The Hollow Crown, The Deep Blue Sea, In the Loop, La Vie en Rose. TV includes Bertie Pelham on “Downton Abbey,” Martin Charteris on “The Crown,” Gaston de Foix on “Versailles” and Hans von Enke on “Wallander.”
What was it like for FLYING OVER SUNSET's actors to return to their roles after 19 months?
“The joy of playing real people is that there’s so much material you can draw on.”
Carmen Cusack, Harry Hadden-Paton, and Tony Yazbeck chat about their upcoming Broadway show.
In the hands of Harry Hadden-Paton, the production’s Henry Higgins, the character became, for me, extremely touching.
During a long-running show the actors are fortunate to have a continuing stream of well-wishers see their performances.
Harry Hadden-Paton gives us a tour of the entire Higgins house from MY FAIR LADY.
Harry Hadden-Paton has been playing Henry Higgins almost every night for ten months, so the question arises: has his performance changed?
The heat of summer brings numerous adjustments to actors, not least the challenges brought about by air conditioning.