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Voices off: Endgame Cast in Conversation
Marcie / Feb 13th, 2020

Join Alan Cumming, Daniel Radcliffe and Jane Horrocks in conversation with Fiona Mountford as they discuss the process of staging Endgame and the challenges and highlights of playing Hamm, Clov and Nell.

When: March 13

Find out more and buy tickets at https://www.oldvictheatre.com/whats-on/2020/voices-off/endgame-cast-in-conversation

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Lauren Laverne Podcast
Marcie / Feb 21st, 2020

Dan did this interview a while back so here is a clip of it and you can download the full podcast here at the BBC Website.

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Old Vic: Endgame Backstage
Marcie / Mar 13th, 2020

New photos were posted on twitter and facebook from the Old Vic for Endgame. Pictures of Dan and the cast can be viewed at our Endgame Group on Facebook and our gallery.


Merrily We Roll Along Casting
Marcie / Aug 20th, 2022

New casting for Merrily We Roll Along, Jonathan Groff and Lindsay Mendez will join Daniel in the play at New York Theatre Workshop. Jonathan Groff will star as “Franklin” and Lindsay Mendez will star as “Mary”. Merrily We Roll Along features music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, a book by George Furth, and is based on the original play by George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart. They join the previously announced Daniel Radcliffe, who will star as “Charley” .

Directed by Olivier Award winner Maria Friedman and choreographed by Tim Jackson, Merrily We Roll Along is to be presented by special arrangement with Sonia Friedman Productions, the Menier Chocolate Factory (Artistic Director David Babani) and Patrick Catullo.

Merrily We Roll Along will begin previews at New York Theatre Workshop (79 E 4th Street, New York, NY 10003) on November 21, 2022, and is set to open on December 12, 2022, for a limited engagement through January 8, 2023.

The performance schedule for Merrily We Roll Along is as follows:

November 21 – December 11: Tuesday-Thursday at 7pm; Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm & 8pm; Sunday at 2pm & 8pm. There will be an added performance on Monday November 21 at 7pm. There will be no performance on Thursday November 24. There will be no matinee performance on Saturday November 26. There will be no public performances on Sunday December 11.

December 13 – January 8: Tuesday at 7pm; Wednesday at 1pm & 7pm; Thursday at 7pm; Friday at 8pm, Saturday at 2pm & 8pm; Sunday at 2pm. There will be no performances on Sunday December 18 at 8pm; Saturday December 24; Sunday December 25; Saturday December 31 at 8pm; and Sunday January 1. There will be added performances on Friday December 23 at 2pm; Monday December 26 at 7pm; and Friday December 30 at 2pm.

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Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
Marcie / Nov 3rd, 2022

Dan talks about performing in Merrily We Roll Along with Jonathan Groff and playing Weird Al Yankovic in Weird, then reveals the detail the real Weird Al cared about the most when making the film.

New photos from the Tonight Show have been posted down below.

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Merrily We Roll Along
Marcie / Nov 19th, 2022

New photos from Merrily We Roll Along which begins November 21. For tickets go here. First Previews have already started down below is pics from the curtain call.

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Merrily We Roll Along Rehearsals
Marcie / Nov 26th, 2022

New photos have been posted via the New York Theatre Workshop’s Facebook page with rehearsals photos from Merrily We Roll Along. A few extras have been posted in our gallery along with the rehearsals photos.

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Merrily We Roll Along Opening Night
Marcie / Dec 13th, 2022

New photos from the Opening Night of Merrily We Roll Along. You can view all photos now in the gallery.

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Merrily We Roll Along Stills
Marcie / Dec 13th, 2022

New stills from Merrily We Roll Along, you can view them in our gallery.

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Dan and Lindsay Mendez Make ‘Merrily We Roll Along’ Shine
Marcie / Dec 17th, 2022

Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s now-beloved musical “Merrily We Roll Along” was a massive flop when it premiered in 1981, lasting on Broadway for only two weeks. But a new production at New York Theater Workshop has opened to rave reviews, signaling the show might have found a new life. Stars Daniel Radcliffe and Lindsay Mendez join us to discuss the production, and why it’s working this time.

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Merrily We Roll Along Pre-sale
Marcie / Mar 15th, 2023

Merrily We Roll Along on Broadway Pre-sale starts on March 23. Broadway Previews will open on September 19 at the Hudson Theatre. General tickets will be sold on March 24.

For more information go to: https://merrilyonbroadway.com/

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Merrily We Roll Along Interview
Marcie / Mar 24th, 2023

Daniel Radcliffe, Lindsay Mendez, and Jonathan Groff share how “Old Friends” is more than their characters’ stories when they’re co-starring in the Sondheim revival

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Merrily We Roll Along Extends Broadway Run
Marcie / Jul 12th, 2023

Maria Friedman’s revival of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s Merrily We Roll Along has extended its Broadway run before performances have even begun. Originally scheduled to run September 19-January 21, the production is now scheduled to close on March 24. The musical will play the Hudson Theatre.

Directed by Friedman, Merrily‘s first-ever Broadway revival will feature the stars of the 2022 New York Theatre Workshop off-Broadway run: Jonathan Groff as Franklin Shepard, Daniel Radcliffe as Charley Kringas, Lindsay Mendez as Mary Flynn, Krystal Joy Brown as Gussie Carnegie, Katie Rose Clarke as Beth Shepard, and Reg Rogers as Joe Josephson.

More Information can be read at the Hudson Theatre Website.

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Vogue September Issue
Marcie / Aug 19th, 2023

Vogue’s September issue features Dan and the cast from Merrily We Roll Along. Vogue‘s 2023 September edition will be available on newsstands on Aug. 22. More to come when the issue is out. For now here’s a preview.

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Vogue: Merrily We Roll Along
Marcie / Aug 24th, 2023

A few days ago Vogue did an article for Merrily We Roll Along. New photos from that article has been posted and you can read here. Scans will be posted soon.

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New York Times: 3 Actors, 1 Unshakable Bond
Marcie / Sep 12th, 2023

New article from the New York Times talking with Dan, Jonathan Groff and Lindsay Mendez about Broadway’s run of Merrily We Roll Along. Some tidbits about Dan in the article are talking about risk in theatre, he mentioned also about his son and how he got to be where he is.

My life’s an absolute mystery to me in terms of how anything happens,” he said. “I won the lottery when I was 11 and have been trying to capitalize on it ever since in terms of being allowed to keep doing this. If you’d told me when I was finishing ‘Potter’ that I’d be doing things like this, I would absolutely not have believed you.

A new photoshoot is also in the article. You can view those at the source.

Source: NYT

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Variety’s Business of Broadway Breakfast
Marcie / Sep 19th, 2023

Variety has announced the lineup for its annual Business of Broadway Breakfast taking place in New York on Oct. 2. The event will celebrate the fall season of Broadway with exclusive conversations with the cast of the upcoming “Merrily We Roll Along” musical.

Daniel Radcliffe, Jonathan Groff and Lindsay Mendez will discuss how they are taking the successful Off-Broadway run of the Sondheim favorite “Merrily We Roll Along” to the Broadway Stage.

Source: Variety

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CBS Sunday Morning Interview
Marcie / Oct 1st, 2023

New interview with Dan and the crew of Merrily We Roll Along. You can view the video down below.

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Variety: The Business Of Broadway 
Marcie / Oct 2nd, 2023

New photos and video from Variety’s The Business of Broadway. For now there’s is two shorts from Youtube which you can view below. Second video link has been posted.

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New Changes
Marcie / Oct 9th, 2023

I am currently working on some new changes to this site. Getting rid of old stuff and bringing in the new. The career section is currently being reworked. Some sections and links will be disappearing. We will also be getting a new layout soon. I have a few plans in the next few months. So wish me luck this is no easy task.

Oh also photos from the Opening Night of Merrily We Roll along will be posted by tomorrow. I posted two on twitter, sorry X.

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Opening Night of Merrily We Roll Along
Marcie / Oct 9th, 2023

Yesterday was opening night of Merrily We Roll Along on Broadway. New pictures and video have surfaced. More will be posted soon.

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Playbill Interview
Marcie / Oct 15th, 2023

New interview with Dan during the Opening night of Merrily We Roll Along. There’s been more if you’re interested you can view our playlist on youtube. Here’s another video here.

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Lie Detector Test with Dan, Jon and Lindsay
Marcie / Oct 17th, 2023

New from Vanity Fair, Dan, Jonathan and Lindsay take a lie detector test with various questions from Merrily to random questions.

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The Buzzfeed Puppy Interview
Marcie / Oct 17th, 2023

New interview with Dan and the cast of Merrily We Roll Along talking about the show and more.

Source: Buzzfeed

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The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Marcie / Oct 23rd, 2023

New interview with Dan and the cast from Merrily We Roll Along. Pictures are posted below and 1 on X

Two other videos can be seen after the jump.

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Today with Hoda and Jenna
Marcie / Oct 26th, 2023

New interview from the Today with Hoda and Jenna show. You can view the interview below.

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Morning Joe Interview
Marcie / Oct 26th, 2023

New interview with the cast and director of Merrily We Roll Along on the Morning Joe Show.

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Kelly Clarkson Show
Marcie / Nov 1st, 2023

Daniel Radcliffe, Jonathan Groff and Lindsay Mendez dish on their revival of Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical “Merrily We Roll Along,” and debate who’s the best dancer in the show. The cast also share their thoughts on whether they want to know if a specific celebrity is in the audience, and their favorite things about living and raising kids in New York City.

Pictures of the cast can be viewed here and here.

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Merrily We Roll Along Cast Recording
Marcie / Nov 15th, 2023

The Cast Recording is now out on Youtube, Itunes, Spotify and Amazon Music. Along with a Digital Booklet, which you can download. You can purchase your CD, January 12, 2024. If you prefer Digital you can buy it via amazon or other outlets A new music video is also available. You can view that below.

New video from Instagram: The Cast answers What is their favorite thing from Merrily is.

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Merrily We Roll Along Extended
Marcie / Dec 7th, 2023

Merrily We Roll Along, the hit Broadway revival of the Stephen Sondheim-George Furth musical starring Daniel Radcliffe, Jonathan Groff and Lindsay Mendez, is extending performances through Sunday, July 7, 2024, giving ticket-buyers an additional three months to grab seats.

The musical, which began previews Sept. 19 and opened Oct. 10 at the Hudson Theatre, was initially set to end its limited engagement on Jan. 21, then received its first extension through March 24. The new closing date will give the production an opportunity to crow over any accolades received at the June 16 Tony Awards.

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Our Time Music Video
Marcie / Jan 12th, 2024

New music video is out for Merrily We Roll Along. You can view it down below along with a collection of video’s we have on our Merrily Playlist.

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The Broadway Show
Marcie / Feb 15th, 2024

Dan, Jonathan and Lindsay appeared on The Broadway show for an interview for Merrily We Roll Along. They also had a rooftop photoshoot.

You can view the photoshoot here

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Rooftop Writers Initiative Cast Talkback
Marcie / Mar 9th, 2024

Merrily We Roll Along opened doors to the winners of the Rooftop Writers Initiative for a talkback with the Broadway cast, moderated by Benj Pasek! You can see photos after the jump.

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92NY Event
Marcie / Mar 10th, 2024

Merrily We Roll Along: Daniel Radcliffe, Jonathan Groff and Lindsay Mendez in Conversation with MTV’s Josh Horowitz.

Following the lives of three friends over the course of two decades as one of them pursues fame in Hollywood, Merrily We Roll Along is an exuberant and moving ode to friendship — and the current Broadway revival, its first since its initial brief run in 1981, is being hailed by critics as one of the best musicals of the season. In a live taping of Horowitz’s Happy Sad Confused podcast, hear Radcliffe, Groff, and Mendez on how their real-life friendship found its way into their magnetic performances and onstage chemistry, bringing the musical to life for a new generation, stories from backstage, and more.

Tickets can be purchased here: 92NY

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SiriusXM Event
Marcie / Mar 20th, 2024

New photos from the SiriusXM Event. Six principal cast members of Merrily We Roll Along, Daniel Radcliffe, Jonathan Groff, Lindsay Mendez, Krystal Joy Brown, Katie Rose Clarke and Reg Rogers discussed bringing the show back to Broadway and recording the New Broadway Cast album at a special SiriusXM Town Hall moderated by Seth Rudetsky

500 fans received exclusive access to a behind the scenes look at recording the cast album after purchasing a pre-signed CD.

You can view this Town Hall event on SiriusXM’s On Broadway Channel on April 3rd, or stream it on the SiriusXM app any time after April 6th. You can view a clip here. Pictures from the Event are down below.

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Red Buckets of Broadway Cares
Marcie / Mar 24th, 2024

The iconic Red Buckets of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS have returned into the hands of dedicated cast members and volunteers at Broadway, Off-Broadway and national touring theaters across the country as Broadway Cares’ annual Spring Fundraising Competition began March 15, 2024.

Through April 28, audience members who donate in Red Buckets will provide healthy meals, lifesaving medication and more critical support to people in need and crisis. A $10 donation covers one HIV test at a health clinic; $50 in a Red Bucket provides a week of healthy meals to someone living with HIV/AIDS and other debilitating illnesses.

March 15 – April 28

More information can be found on their website.

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Outer Critics Circle
Marcie / Apr 4th, 2024

Merrily We Roll Along co-stars Daniel Radcliffe, Jonathan Groff, and Lindsay Mendez will announce the nominees for the 73rd Annual Outer Critics Circle Awards—honoring the 2023-2024 Broadway and Off-Broadway season—April 23 at 3:30 PM ET at the Museum of Broadway.

All three hosts were nominees last season for their roles in the Off-Broadway staging of Merrily, with Groff and Mendez taking home the 2023 OCC Awards for Lead Performer and Featured Performer in an Off-Broadway Musical, respectively.

The winners of the 73rd Annual Outer Critics Circle Awards will be announced May 13 with an award ceremony set for May 23. The eligibility cut-off date for nominators to attend a show is April 19.

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SiriusXM Cast Album Town Hall
Marcie / Apr 5th, 2024

The cast of Merrily We Roll Along on Broadway discussed bringing the show back to Broadway and recording the New Broadway Cast Album at a special SiriusXM Town Hall moderated by Seth Rudetsky!

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Late Night with Seth Meyers
Marcie / Apr 10th, 2024

Daniel talked to Seth Meyer about fatherhood, about guests coming to the show for Merrily We Roll Along also about the ways Jonathan messes with Dan behind the scenes and why children are disappointed when they meet him.

New photos have been posted below.

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Franklin Shepard Inc. Music Video
Marcie / Apr 13th, 2024

EW has an exclusive first look at a music video rendering of Radcliffe unraveling and singing his way through the track, which is now available on the show’s original Broadway cast album. The music video uses animation to display the song’s words, recreating the ribbon of a typewriter and the lettered cutouts of a ransom note.

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73rd Outer Critics Circle Awards Nominations
Marcie / Apr 24th, 2024

Jonathan Groff, Lindsay Mendez and Daniel Radcliffe attended the 73rd Annual Outer Critics Circle Awards Nominations at Museum of Broadway on April 23, 2024 in New York City. Photos from that event have been posted.

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Opening Doors Music Video
Marcie / May 9th, 2024

New music video from Merrily We Roll Along this one is called Opening Doors.

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Old Friends on Stephen Colbert
Marcie / May 21st, 2024

A new performance by the cast of Merrily We Roll Along sang on the Stephen Colbert show you can view it down below.

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Merrily We Roll Along Songs
Marcie / Jun 4th, 2024

New article about Merrily We Roll Along about each songs meaning in the play. If you haven’t seen the play here’s your chance to catch up on what each song means.

Old Friends — Like It Was

Charley and Frank prepare for a live television interview to promote a movie adaptation of their musical. Despite their lifelong writing partnership, Charley complains to Mary that he is seeing Frank less. She encourages him not to let the trio’s friendship die, repeating their shared mantra: “Here’s to us! Who’s like us?” Charley finishes the sentence: “Damn few.”

But Mary also mourns the way things used to be, wondering if they’ve all lost their way. Charley realizes Mary is still in love with Frank.

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Broadway Audience Choice Awards
Marcie / Jun 7th, 2024

New photos from the Broadway Audience Choice Awards.  Dan has won the Broadway.com Audience Choice Award for Featured Actor in a MusicalFavorite Onstage Pair with Jonathan Groff. Merrily We Roll Along has won Favorite Musical Revival.

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Playbill: Tony Nominees Answer
Marcie / Jun 12th, 2024

New video from Playbill. Here Dan answers their questions.

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CBS Morning Interview
Marcie / Jun 12th, 2024

New interview with Dan and also a few photos from Instagram. An extended interview has been put online. You can view that one at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VkS-Eh0FdRU

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Hollywood Reporter’s Tony Roundtable Interview
Marcie / Jun 12th, 2024

New article from the Hollywood Reporter with a new interview with photos and audio. I’ve have added the whole article into our press archive with only Dan’s bits extracted from it. You can read it here. Down below is the audio portion of it and photos will be attached down below.

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Women’s Wear Daily
Marcie / Jun 14th, 2024

In this article see Dan’s Todd Snyder suit that he’ll wear to this weekend’s 77th Tony Awards ceremony. Photos can be viewed at the source and in our gallery. You can also view a few portrait here, here and here.

“The way I am in my day-to-day life is very jeans and a T-shirt,” he says. “It’s more about not standing out — looking fine, but not doing anything that would draw the eye. On a night like the Tonys, it’s a nice night to not worry about that, and actually embrace dressing up and looking better than I normally do.”

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Dan wins a Tony Award
Marcie / Jun 17th, 2024

Yesterday was a good day for Daniel Radcliffe, with winning the award for the Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical for Merrily We Roll Along at the 77th Annual Tony Awards. A few interviews, the performance of Old Friends and Dan’s acceptance speech is down below. Along with tons of photos for you to view. There also new portraits.

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Endgame Press Night
Marcie / Feb 5th, 2020

New photos have been added from Endgame’s Press Night After Party from yesterday. Photos of that and from Endgame and Rough for Theatre 2 can be viewed in the gallery.



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Samuel Beckett or Eeyore?
Marcie / Feb 5th, 2020

Alan Cumming and Daniel Radcliffe Vs Jane Horrocks and Karl Johnson – who will win in the ultimate game of SAMUEL BECKETT OR EEYORE?

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Entertainment Weekly Interview
Marcie / Jan 29th, 2020

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: When you signed on to the first season of Miracle Workers, there was always the plan to make it an anthology series. How did Simon decide on this Dark Ages setting and story line?
DANIEL RADCLIFFE: Simon is somebody who is a bit of a history nerd, and Simon’s brain looked at a lot of the potential situations in that world and just saw something he could make very, very funny. There is some stuff in the show that is really obviously heightened, that is very crazy, but it’s not that far off from the kind of stuff that was going on in medieval Europe. We have a goat on trial, and that is actually something that is completely true and something that happened with semi-regularity in medieval Europe. There really were animals put on trial for things, so it’s quite rich pickings for comedy.

The first season played with our common perceptions of the afterlife and God, and this is certainly a different take on the Middle Ages than we’re used to seeing — less Game of Thrones, more medieval sitcom. What do you most enjoy about the expectations or world this is subverting?
As you say, it complicates people’s notions of what these archetypes of certain characters would be, and Simon finds the means to subvert them. My character, for instance, is essentially a stupid prince in the way you might expect one to exist, but then we gradually watch him become more human as the series goes on. With how beautiful the sets are and how well lit it is, it has the look of Game of Thrones, but the jokes and the format of The Simpsons.

It’s so fun to see this repertory company of actors shaking things up, taking on very different roles from season 1. Did you draw straws for them? How did that all shake out?
No, not at all. My one request, or the thing I was most excited about, was that we would actually all be on set together for this series, because certain structural things in the first [season] — I never had scenes with Jon Bass, for example, because he was on earth and I was in heaven. I was very excited to actually have the cast all combined for this series this time around, and get to do stuff with them. It was me, Steve, and Geraldine’s characters that I remember Simon talking about first. The joy of working with somebody like Simon is that I don’t know if there’s anybody else that I know well enough that I could just trust and be like, “Whatever you write for the next few years, I will be happy to perform.” I am in such awe of his ability. I’ve been in the writers’ room with him and watched him be forensic and amazing about a story in a way that I have admiration for. I feel very safe in his hands. I would pretty much do whatever he writes — I have to be careful saying that.

Your character has… I guess we could call it an affinity for ducks. What is one surprising thing you learned from working with live ducks?
[Laughs] It’s unfortunate to say that the one thing I learned about them is that they smell worse than you’d expect, but there was a lot of duck s— happening when you’ve got multiple ducks on set, and it is a very distinctive smell. Karan Soni will confirm that once you’ve smelt it, it’s a smell you can identify anywhere, and as soon as they’re around you’re like, “Oh, the ducks are here.” They’re quite hard to train. Originally it was going to be geese, and they were like, “No, geese are a nightmare. That’s not going to happen.” We had three ducks that were the main ducks — they were called in British film terminology the hero ducks — and they would be brought to set. They were very good. You would set them in a certain spot and they would kind of do what they were told, and then you would get the other ducks on set and it’d be like, “Okay, let’s see what happens.”

It sounds like a bit of a clusterduck.
[Laughs] Yes, you could say that. I can’t believe I never thought of that in 10 weeks of filming!

How would you describe Chauncley, and in particular his relationship with his father? What journey can we expect this season?
At the beginning, Chauncley is intensely lonely and psychotically stupid. He’s an individual who has no empathy or self-awareness whatsoever, and the journey throughout — he meets Alexandra, Geraldine’s character, and she begins to open him up to a new world and between her and Karan, he gradually learns he does not have to follow in his tyrannical father’s footsteps. [She] helps him become more human and nice toward the end.

You and Geraldine have an easy rapport and natural chemistry. Is that story one of friendship or her making you more politically aware?
That friendship grows and maybe blossoms into something else, but Chauncley’s obviously not very good at that. He doesn’t really know what to do with these new feelings. But it is also about her just making him realize that there is life outside of the castle, and there is life outside of the line of murderous tyrants that he comes from. He does not necessarily have to follow in their footsteps. I would say that she learns stuff from me, but I don’t think she does — I think I just kind of help out at key moments, but it’s very rare that I’m speaking out as a character. Chauncley does not have a lot of speeches, bless him.

This is the first project you’ve done since Harry Potter where you got to have that experience of coming back together as a group to tell a story with deepened relationships and familiarity with one other — but now with the added element of taking on a new set of characters. If you had the luxury of doing that on Potter, which character would you have wanted to jump into?
Oh God, I guess Lupin and Sirius Black are both incredibly cool characters. Though I have to say, it’s also [because] I probably am biased a little because I love both the actors [David Thewlis and Gary Oldman] that played them. But yeah, I’d probably have to say one of those two.

You’ve been in rehearsals for Endgame on the West End, and I saw Alan Cumming’s photo with your director’s notes saying, “Actors fried.” You’ve done classic musical theater, Martin McDonagh, Peter Shaffer. Where does Beckett rank in difficulty level for you, in terms of language and approach?
Right up there at the very top. It’s tough, and I’m so glad I’m subjected to it with Alan and with [director] Richard Jones. It’s an amazing team that I’m getting to work with. It’s really tricky material, and it requires a lot of precision. Hopefully, it will come out right. But you’re definitely talking to me at a period of rehearsals where I’m like, “Oh my God.” It really is the hardest thing I’ve done.

Prince Chauncley is a bit more song-and-dance than warmonger. Do you want to do another musical, and if so do you have one in particular you want to do?
I would love to do another musical, but you have to genuinely commit for a long time. That’s not the case with plays, normally. You generally have to commit for a lot longer, and then you have to really love it. You have to absolutely know going in. You have to love doing that show, and be able to love it for a year. So I definitely want to do a musical again, but I’m not going to do it until I’m sure of that.

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Live with Kelly and Ryan
Marcie / Jan 24th, 2020

Dan was on Live with Kelly this week. I posted a few clips from the show on our Miracle Workers facebook group. On the show he talked about Miracle Workers, Endgame and Potter. Those clips can be seen below also hoping to post the full interview soon. The clip they played with the interview was from Miracle Workers it was a clip with the bard and his playlist. Picture of Kelly and Ryan with Dan is below.

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New scans and more
Marcie / Jan 24th, 2020

Sorry about the lack of updates been sick with the flu, but we have new scans for you from TV and Satellite Week and Radio Times, more rehearsal pics from Endgame and a few graphic edits contributed by members which I will be posting soon.




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BBC: Lauren Laverne
Marcie / Jan 16th, 2020

Daniel Radcliffe & Alan Cumming join Lauren to talk about their new production of Endgame at the Old Vic in London. You can listen to the interview at the BBC Website.


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First Look at Endgame
Marcie / Jan 16th, 2020

New photos from the Old VIc of Daniel’s new play Endgame. Endgame premieres January 27.


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Graham Norton: Time Traveling Saga
Marcie / Jan 10th, 2020

Dan appeared on Graham Norton to promote his new play with Alan Cumming. Endgame previews January 27. You can join our facebook group for more information.

Two More clips from the Graham Norton show can be viewed on our playlist.

New Photos from the Graham Norton show have been posted in the gallery.


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First photos from the Rehearsal of Endgame
Marcie / Dec 16th, 2019

First photos from the rehearsal of Endgame have been posted online by The Old Vic Theatre and Alan Cumming. The play starts Janaury 27, 2020. You can view the photos down below.


Nothing stirs outside. In a bare room, Hamm, old and blind, is locked in a stalemate with his servant Clov. Interrupted only by the nostalgic musings of Hamm’s ancient, dustbin-dwelling parents, this bleakly funny double act cling stubbornly to their routine of casual savagery and mutual dependence.

Endgame will be presented in a double bill with Beckett’s rarely seen short play Rough for Theatre II, in which two men discuss the fate of the other man in the room, who never speaks. This will be performed by members of the company.

For more information and tickets go here. Also join our Endgame group on Facebook.

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News Literacy Project
Marcie / Jan 11th, 2019

On Tuesday, Checkology® students at two NYC schools saw The Lifespan of A Fact — followed by a talkback, moderated by NLP founder and CEO Alan Miller (left), with director Leigh Silverman and actors Bobby Cannavale, Daniel Radcliffe and Cherry Jones. The topic: “true” versus “true-ish.”

The 30-minute Q&A covered a number of topics, such as the importance of the arts and the ability to enjoy a movie “based on a true story” without looking up every fact upon leaving the theater. The actors also had a strong message for the students, describing how their roles in the play had strengthened their respect for journalism and for real-life fact-checkers. In fact, in preparation for this part, Radcliffe shadowed a fact-checker at The New Yorker.  

“It gave me incredible faith,” Radcliffe said, noting that he was “inspired” by the “people out there who are doing this job and doing it amazingly rigorously.”  

Photos from that Q and A were posted on Facebook you can view them below


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The Actor’s Fund
Marcie / Jan 11th, 2019

The Lifespan of a Fact did a special performance for the Actor’s Fund. Photos were posted on facebook from the official Actor’s Fund Page.


We had a great start to 2019 with a matinee Special Performance of The Lifespan of a Fact. Our thanks to the producers and the amazing Cherry Jones, Daniel Radcliffe, Bobby Cannavale and everyone at Studio 54 for donating their time and talents to The Fund

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The Lifespan of a Fact Facebook Group
Marcie / Dec 28th, 2018

I wanna thank all the contributors and the members for coming to our Lifespan of a Fact Facebook group to read and see our posts. Thank you Susanne for all your help. I cannot thank you enough and for being my friend as well. Also since we’ve been posting on the group there are several articles I may not have actually posted on the site so I am gonna post them in our press archive. You can view them all here. The articles listed.

Page Six Anti-fake news company taking staffers to Daniel Radcliffe’s fact-checking play
The Gazette Virginian Celebrity road
Times Square Chronicles He Says: The Lifespan of a Fact Finds Its Truth
Journal Inquirer ‘Lifespan of a Fact’ allows audience to draw its own conclusion
London Theatre Brits on Broadway: Daniel Radcliffe
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Stagecraft with Gordon Cox
Marcie / Dec 11th, 2018

How Broadway made Dan a better actor. Hear the podcast below.

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Late Night with Seth Meyers
Marcie / Nov 23rd, 2018

Daniel Radcliffe talks about hosting Thanksgiving for the first time, his love of English and American football and playing a fact checker in the Broadway play The Lifespan of a Fact. He also explains his reasons for avoiding Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and why he never uses disguises to go out in public.

Radcliffe Media Captures

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Theater Gone Wrong
Marcie / Nov 23rd, 2018

Daniel Radcliffe made his Broadway musical debut as J. Pierrepont Finch in the 2011 revival of the Frank Loesser musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. In the show, Radcliffe’s character is a window washer who climbs the corporate ladder with the aid of a self-help book and not much else. In this edition of our Theater Gone Wrong series, Radcliffe remembers the antics of one overzealous How to Succeed… ensemble member who managed to fail at his musical theater entrance by trying a little too hard.

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The Lifespan of a Fact’ extends invite to President Trump — as a teaching moment
Marcie / Nov 20th, 2018

The producers of Daniel Radcliffe’s Broadway show about truth in journalism are extending a formal invite to President Trump and the First Lady — as a teaching moment.

“While we respect how you like to challenge facts, to create ‘alternative facts,’ we invite you to spend ninety minutes with us and face this hot button issue head on, in the dark, in a theater, of all places,” reads the invite from producers Jeffrey Richards, Deanna Twain and Will Trice.

The producers also suggested that Trump might learn how to better spot “fake news” about himself after seeing the show. They appealed to Trump’s history as a Broadway player to make their invite more alluring. In 1970, Trump, then 23, invested in the comedy “Paris is Out!” which fizzled out after fewer than 100 performances.

Their Letter can be read down below

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Marcie / Nov 20th, 2018

Fact: You can meet the cast of the critically acclaimed The Lifespan of a Fact when you see the show from VIP seats, and take home autographed keepsakes from the show’s stars.

You and a guest will see The Lifespan of a Fact from VIP seats in Broadway’s historic Studio 54.

Afterward, head backstage to meet and get a photo with the star-studded cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones, and Bobby Cannavale.

You’ll take home Radcliffe’s prop notebook from rehearsals and previews of the show, complete with Radcliffe’s handwritten notes and signed by Radcliffe, Jones and Cannavale. You will also receive a potholder used in the production, handmade by two-time Tony Award winner Jones.

To top it off, you will receive a poster from the show, signed by the cast.

This extraordinary once-in-a-lifetime experience and package is sure to be remembered and treasured for years to come.


Experience will occur within the following date range(s):
Nov 30, 2018 to Jan 05, 2019

Additional Lot Details

Valid for 2 people.
Participant must be at least 16.
This is a private meet and greet.
Length of meet and greet: 5 minutes.
The winner may take a photo.
The winner can not take anything to be signed.
The Lifespan of a Fact is scheduled to close on January 13, 2019. This experience must be fulfilled on a mutually agreed upon date before then.

Go to CharityBuzz for the auction details

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NY1 On Stage
Marcie / Nov 3rd, 2018

New Interview where Dan talks about Can facts be embellished in non-fiction for the sake of art?

Update: Two additional videos have been posted click below to see more.
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Dan on The View
Marcie / Nov 3rd, 2018

Dan was recently on The View I posted an outtake when they announced him on the View backstage on our instagram. Down below is the full interview.

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New York Live
Marcie / Oct 23rd, 2018

New video from New York Live on the cast of Lifespan of a Fact.


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Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones & Bobby Cannavale Reveal The Lifespan of a Fact on Broadway
Marcie / Oct 20th, 2018

The star-packed world premiere staging of The Lifespan of a Fact opens at Studio 54 on October 18. Tony nominee Leigh Silverman directs the Broadway production, which began previews on September 20. The three-person cast includes Daniel Radcliffe, two-time Tony winner Cherry Jones and two-time Tony nominee Bobby Cannavale.

Written by Jeremy Kareken, David Murrell and Gordon Farrell, The Lifespan of a Fact follows Jim Fingal (Radcliffe), who has a small job: to fact-check articles for one of the best magazines in the country. His boss (Jones) has given him a big assignment: to apply his skill to a groundbreaking piece by legendary author John D’Agata (Cannavale). But now Fingal has a huge problem: D’Agata made up a lot of his article. What starts professional quickly becomes profane.

In celebration of opening night, Broadway.com Resident Artist Justin “Squigs” Robertson sketched a portrait of the play’s trio of stars introducing a powerful new work to Broadway crowds.

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Dan has two fantasy football teams and is bummed about Devonta Freeman
Marcie / Oct 20th, 2018

Every now and then, the football-loving folks of the world get confirmation that a celebrity loves football just like they do. Because celebrities are people, too — even the guy who played “Harry Potter” in all eight of those movies.

That guy’s name is Daniel Radcliffe, and on Thursday morning he did an interview on the MSNBC program “Morning Joe.” He was there to talk about his new play, but host Joe Scarborough couldn’t resist getting a little football talk in first. It turns out that Radcliffe, who is from London, is actually crazy about American football. He likes it so much that he even has two fantasy football teams, one in a league that he runs himself.

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First Look at Bobby Cannavale, Cherry Jones, and Daniel Radcliffe in The Lifespan of a Fact
Marcie / Oct 20th, 2018

The Lifespan of a Fact, a new play by Jeremy Kareken, David Murrell, and Gordon Farrell, and directed by Tony nominee Leigh Silverman, started performances September 20 at Studio 54, ahead of an official opening October 18.

The cast is comprised of Bobby Cannavale, Cherry Jones, and Daniel Radcliffe, and is based on the true events surrounding John D’Agata’s essay “What Happens There” about the suicide of teenager Levi Presley. The play explores the quandary of what passes for truth in literary nonfiction, and features Cannavale as the writer D’Agata, Radcliffe as determined young fact-checker John Fingal, and Jones as his demanding boss Emily Penrose.

The creative team includes Mimi Lien (set design), Linda Cho (costume design), and Jennifer Schriever (lighting design).

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Daniel Radcliffe and the Art of the Fact-Check
Marcie / Oct 13th, 2018

Fact: the actor Daniel Radcliffe is currently starring in the Broadway show “The Lifespan of a Fact,” as a magazine fact checker with an aviation inspector’s zeal for accuracy. The play is drawn from a real-life skirmish: in 2005, Jim Fingal, an intern at The Believer, was tasked with fact-checking an essay by John D’Agata (played by Bobby Cannavale), about a teen suicide in Las Vegas. D’Agata had more of a watercolorist’s approach to the truth. When Fingal tried to correct his claim that Las Vegas had thirty-four licensed strip clubs—a source indicated that it was thirty-one—D’Agata said that he liked the “rhythm” of thirty-four. Their epistolary tussle was expanded into a book in 2012.

Not long ago, Radcliffe arrived at the offices of this magazine, wearing a maroon cap and a green jacket and clutching a latte. He had come to try his own hand at fact-checking, with the help of The New Yorker’s fact-checking department. Radcliffe had a few things to verify himself. Passing a wall displaying recent New Yorker covers, he said, “That makes me feel a lot better about our play. We’ve talked about whether an editor would have loads of covers in their office. I’m going to go back and say, ‘Yes.’ ”

He reported to the office of Peter Canby, the magazine’s head of fact-checking. “One of the flaws—maybe it isn’t a flaw—that my character has in the play is that he has no ability to differentiate between the things that matter and the things that don’t,” Radcliffe said. Canby, who had seen a preview, assured him that his character was spot-on, while allowing, “It’s not really a science. It’s more of an art.”

Then he put Radcliffe to work. They hunched over a soon-to-run review of Oxomoco, a Mexican restaurant in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The first step, Canby explained, was to underline all checkable facts. “Let’s crack on,” Radcliffe said, scanning the line “The dip itself was excellent, laced with chilies in adobo and cilantro and dressed up with cotija cheese and slightly smoky, lightly charred cherry tomatoes.” He underlined everything except “was excellent.”

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Tom Felton and Daniel Radcliffe reunite at Daniel Radcliffe’s new Broadway play
Marcie / Oct 7th, 2018

Daniel Radcliffe is currently starring on Broadway in the new play The Lifespan of a Fact, and his former Potter costar Tom Felton — who played Draco Malfoy to Radcliffe’s Boy Who Lived — stopped by this week to support him.

Felton posted a photo to Instagram on Thursday that appears to be taken in Radcliffe’s dressing room at New York’s Studio 54. “Go see it,” the actor captioned the snapshot, calling Radcliffe’s work in the play “fantastic.”

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Director Leigh Silverman Makes Theatrical History With Broadway’s The Lifespan of a Fact
Marcie / Oct 7th, 2018

Can you accidentally make history? In the case of director Leigh Silverman—the first to assemble an all-female design team on Broadway—it’s a case of accidentally, on purpose, for The Lifespan of a Fact, currently running at Studio 54 with an official opening scheduled for October 18.

“I had no idea that it had never happened before,” says the Tony-nominated director of her latest project, the world premiere of Jeremy Kareken, David Murrell, and Gordon Farrell’s play. Inspired by real events, the play sees an author (Bobby Cannavale), his editor (Cherry Jones), and a fact checker (Daniel Radcliffe) locked in a debate about the nature of truth in literary nonfiction.

Source: Playbill

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Daniel is back on stage in The Lifespan of a Fact
Marcie / Oct 3rd, 2018

Oji talks with the cast of the new Broadway play, “The Lifespan of a Fact,” for some fun, separating fact from fiction.


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The Broadway.com Show: Check Your Sources!
Marcie / Sep 28th, 2018

Fake news! Daniel Radcliffe has read about himself and other things we learned in The Lifespan of a Fact rehearsal room.


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The Lifespan of a Fact Press
Marcie / Sep 23rd, 2018

Lots of articles have been popping up on Lifespan of a Fact most of which I’ve posted via our new Facebook group. So rather than posting every single one as a new post. I’ll just listen them here for you to read. Many thanks to my friend Susanne who’s helped post some of the newest things going on with the play.

An Iowan’s story comes to life in a new Broadway show starring Daniel Radcliffe
The Lifespan of a Fact, Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Announces Rush Policy
5 Times Daniel Radcliffe Wowed On Stage
What if the Guy With the Red Pencil Is Nuts?
Broadway.com: Fall Preview 2018

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Broadway Fall Preview
Marcie / Sep 18th, 2018

The Lifespan of a Fact documents the seven-year journey from pitch to publication of John D’Agata’s essay, “What Happens There,” about the suicide culture of Las Vegas. The collaboration of three writers—Jeremy Kareken, David Murrell and Gordon Farrell—the new Broadway play is based on the acclaimed 2012 book of the same name by two writers—D’Agata and Jim Fingal, the fact checker who challenged the truthfulness of D’Agata’s reportage. Harry Potter icon Daniel Radcliffe, who has won five Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards for his New York stage work, plays Fingal, with two-time Emmy Award winner and two-time Tony Award nominee Bobby Cannavale playing D’Agata and two-time Tony winner Cherry Jones rounding out the cast as Emily, the editor who fights to keep the project moving along. With these three super-talents, The Lifespan of a Factis sure to be a gotta-see theater event, and there’s nothing fake about that news.

Let me first say, I’m just so excited to see the three of you in a show together. Are you fans of each other’s work?

Bobby Cannavale: Yes, totally.

Cherry Jones: Are you kidding me? Just look at them.

Bobby: I was changing my shirt yesterday, and Cherry came in and said, ‘I missed it! Can you do it again?’ So, yeah, we love each other.

Cherry: Yeah, yeah. And then I said, “Even I, a postmenopausal lesbian…”

Bobby: And I went, “You’re a lesbian?!” [Laughs.] We’ve known each other for a very long time.

Cherry: But never got to work together.

Bobby: I saw Cherry blow my mind years ago.

Cherry: Fact or fiction?

Bobby: Fact! Fact. 1991. First time I saw Cherry onstage. Pretty amazing. And then, you know, Dan’s f**king incredible.

Daniel Radcliffe: I got a couple of emails from these guys just before we started. Cherry emailed us both and Bobby replied. I was like, “Oh, these guys are delightful. This is gonna be a really fun play.” I was already excited about doing it, but then when you can tell you’re working with really good people? That was very exciting.

Bobby: Thank God because there’s only three of us!

Cherry: I was just gonna say that! It’s like the Musketeers. We are interdependent, like one organism, in this thing.

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UI nonfiction director’s book spins into Broadway play
Marcie / Sep 18th, 2018

When “The Lifespan of a Fact” opens Thursday for its Broadway previews, John D’Agata of Iowa City will be there.

He’ll attend several more performances as the play moves to its official opening Oct. 18 for a 16-week run at Manhattan’s Studio 54.

Why his interest? He wrote the book that turned into the play by a team of three playwrights, and starring three stage and screen heavy-hitters: Daniel Radcliffe, Bobby Cannavale and Cherry Jones.

Radcliffe was cinema’s “Harry Potter” and has received critical praise for several star turns on Broadway, including a revival of “Equus” in 2008. Cannavale won an Emmy for television’s “Boardwalk Empire” and played Will’s partner in “Will and Grace.” Jones won Tonys for her stage roles in “The Heiress” and “Doubt,” and picked up a supporting actress Emmy for TV’s “24.”

The play focuses on the give and take between D’Agata (Cannavale) and eager young fact-checker Jim Fingal (Radcliffe) over blurring the lines between fact and fiction in a “groundbreaking” article for a major magazine.

That dichotomy grows even more intriguing since in real life, D’Agata has been the director of the University of Iowa’s Nonfiction Writing Program since 2013.

Hailing from Boston and Cape Cod, he earned an MFA from the UI’s nonfiction program in 1998, as well as an MFA in poetry from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop the same year, and began teaching at the UI in 2005.

Q: Is the book fiction or nonfiction?

A: That question is the very point of the book. It’s not 100 percent nonfiction, but neither is it fiction. And that’s exactly what the book is trying to explore — whether this genre, like other genres and other forms of art, has the right to occupy a space that isn’t at the extreme end of a spectrum of either fact or fiction. Does it have the right to an “in-betweenness,” which is to say, does it have the right to art?

Q: What was the genesis of “The Lifespan of a Fact”?

A: While Jim and I were fact-checking one of my essays for The Believer magazine back in 2003, we kept bumping into discrepancies in many of the sources that we were relying on for information. Those discrepancies — finding one set of facts from one “authority” and an different set of facts from another — are what actually inspired my essay. On its surface it’s an essay about suicide in Las Vegas, but at its core I’ve always thought of it as an essay about uncertainty, and how not all kinds of information — nor all kinds of nonfiction — are as reliable as we want to believe they are. So Jim and I were having a really interesting discussion about what counts as a fact and what counts as fiction in a work of literature. And we thought that these nerdy discussions might make an interesting book. But our correspondence was largely over email, and it was messy, because our arguments were scattered, patchy and not chronological at all. So simply reprinting our correspondence as a book would not have worked. It would have been a mess at best and illegible at worst. So in developing the book we consolidated and expanded our points, and we naturally polarized to try to help make those points clearer, more dramatic, and also just more fun to read.

Q: How much of it is autobiographical?

A: The book represents a version of ourselves as well as a version of our discussions — just like this new play represents a version of the version that appears in the book. I met the cast two weeks ago, and we were talking about the similarities between writers and actors. They spend their careers wearing masks, and so do writers — even nonfiction writers. There is a long tradition of writing behind the guise of a persona in the literary essay. These personas aren’t fictions, but neither are they nonfiction. They are versions of ourselves; they’re masks.

Q: How does a book leap from page to stage?

A: I was giving a talk about the book at a store in Manhattan and afterward a man came up to me and said he was a Hollywood producer who had recently started working on Broadway and thought that the book would make a great play. And to be honest, I was so numb at that point to the craziness that the book had attracted that I just ignored him. I think I said something like “Oh, that’s interesting.” And then moved on. But the next day he tracked down my agent, made his pitch, and I think within a month we had a contract. In fact, that producer and I became good friends. His name was Norman Twain, and he’d actually had a very successful career in Hollywood making socially conscious movies that still somehow managed to make money. I think his biggest hit was “Lean on Me” with Morgan Freeman. Unfortunately, Norm passed away two years ago this fall, so this production is a great tribute to him, because six years ago, amid all the nutty hysteria that the book attracted, he managed to see something in it that no one else did. He saw a story about how very difficult the truth can be.

Q: Why do you think this material/subject matter resonates from reader to the upper echelon of theater?

A: It’s embarrassingly prescient for today. I say “embarrassingly” because I think most of us would prefer not to be living through this period in American history, and because I would prefer not to be represented by a character who sometimes sounds like he’s quoting a tweet from the Oval Office about “fake news.” But the play really isn’t about politics. The play is concerned with facts, but facts as they have to do with literature. The book never argues that journalism should be allowed to take liberties with facts. Instead, the book explicitly states just the opposite: that there’s a big difference between journalism and literary essays, and that it’s in literature that we ought to allow writers some leeway in how they craft their stories. At its dorkiest heart, the book and the play are both about the nature of genre.

Q: The show boasts Broadway’s first all-female design team. How exciting/significant is that?

A: It’s significant — but should it be? It’s kind of embarrassing that in 2018 this is considered a monumental “first.” Shouldn’t it have happened years ago?

Q: What do you hope readers and viewers take away from experiencing your story?

A: Black-and-white absolutes are dangerous things. The certainty that they pretend to give us can make us feel comfortable and self-righteous, but that comfort always comes at someone else’s expense. My hope is that the book and the play both try to challenge the appeal of those kinds of absolutes.

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Jimmy Fallon and the Today Show
Marcie / Sep 18th, 2018

On September 12, Harry Potter film star and now Broadway regular Daniel Radcliffe paid a visit to Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show.

Having starred in Equus, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and The Cripple of Inishmaan, Radcliffe now returns to Broadway in the new play The Lifespan of a Fact, which begins performances September 20 at Studio 54.


“I play a fact-checker that is sent to check an article written by an author, played by Bobby [Cannavale], and this author is not used to being held to journalistic standards of accuracy,” Radcliffe told Fallon, “so I go in and make his life hell for a few days and Cherry [Jones]’ character is our editor who has to make the decision whether or not to publish the article in the end and keep us from killing each other—but it’s a comedy!
“And one thing I have to say—because it will get me to see any play—is it’s one act, straight through,” Radcliffe adds.

Radcliffe also talked about his upcoming film, Guns Akimbo, shot this past summer in New Zealand, as well as his obsession with American football (he’s in two Fantasy leagues).

Although Lifespan of a Fact has two shows on Sundays—a big day for the NFL—Radcliffe said, “the fear of screwing up keeps me concentrating.”

Radcliffe also stopped by The Today Show September 13, and had some words of advice for Al Roker, who’s poised to make his Broadway debut next month in Waitress. Check out the clip below.

See another video posted here.

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The Lifespan of a Fact With Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones, and Bobby Cannavale
Marcie / Sep 11th, 2018

The cast introduces their new Broadway play, based on a book, based on an essay.

Broadway’s The Lifespan of a Fact follows determined young fact-checker Daniel Radcliffe, demanding editor Cherry Jones, and unorthodox author Bobby Cannavale as they take part in a high-stakes showdown between fact and fiction. Written by Jeremy Karekan, David Murrell, and Gordon Farrell, and directed by Leigh Silverman, the play is based on a real life incident and the book of the same name that followed. “The story becomes a debate about how far an artist can go…in order to get to the emotional truth,” explains Cannavale. Find out more from the cast in TheaterMania’s video from a recent meet-and-greet event.

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Catch up with Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones, and Bobby Cannavale Starring in THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT
Marcie / Sep 11th, 2018

Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones and Bobby Cannavale are getting ready to bring The Lifespan of a Fact to the Broadway stage. Catch up with the team in rehearsal below!

Written by Jeremy Kareken & David Murrell and Gordon Farrell, and based on the book by John D’Agata and Jim Fingal, The Lifespan of a Fact will begin performances on Thursday, September 20, 2018. Tony nominated director Leigh Silverman directs the world premiere.

Opening night is Thursday, October 18, 2018. The production will play a limited 16-week engagement at Studio 54 on Broadway.

THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT is based on the provocative true story of John D’Agata’s essay, “What Happens There,” about the Las Vegas suicide of teenager Levi Presley. Jim Fingal, assigned to fact check the piece, ignited a seven-year debate on the blurred lines of what passes for truth in literary nonfiction.

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John Maytham CapeTalk
Marcie / Jun 1st, 2017

CapeTalk host, John Maytham caught up with Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire and spoke to them about the production of the 50-year-old tale of ‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead’.

The production deals with universal themes that don’t date as such as life, death, identity, fate and chance. I was confident it would work.

— Daniel Radcliffe, English actor

“I don’t think people are used to seeing a play like this. It sort of bastardises Shakespeare in a bold way.

— Daniel Radcliffe, English actor

Download is also available here.

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Voices Off
Marcie / May 4th, 2017

On Tuesday May 2, Daniel Radcliffe & Joshua McGuire had an event at the Old Vic, down below you can view their conversation. Also if you missed it they did a tour of the theatre. Which you can also view here.

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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead Radio Broadcasts
Marcie / Apr 18th, 2017

There’s also broadcasts in which Daniel was in we have put them on our facebook page but down below is just a look back on the things we posted.

BBC Radio Kent starts at 14:15
BBC Radio Berkshire Main Broadcast starts at 20:40 | Clip of Dan
BBC Radio Nothampton starts around 2:21:17

Pic is courtesy of Spencer Solomon

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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead promo’s for NT LIve
Marcie / Apr 18th, 2017

There’s a new video’s coming out slowly so far 3 that I’ve seen.

Who is your Backstage Hero?

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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead in Pictures
Marcie / Mar 6th, 2017

New pictures have come out from the production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead you can view them in the Guardian. Also a trailer was released via NT Live which is viewable down below.

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The A-List Vanity Fair
Marcie / Feb 23rd, 2017

New interview coming soon from Vanity Fair

There’s a couple of new photos floating around one outtake from arsetoadiputra from Men’s Folio IND and two fan photos 1 | 2

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Daniel Radcliffe: I’m addicted to quiz shows
Marcie / Feb 23rd, 2017

We’re all guilty of it – saying sorry too often, talking about the weather or how long our journey took each morning, but the most British thing Daniel Radcliffe does might surprise you.

The ‘boy who lived’ is the man that quizzes.

Yes, Daniel Radcliffe’s not-so-guilty pleasure is watching quiz shows.

His personal favourites? Pointless, Only Connect and University Challenge – which he calls the ‘holy trinity’.

The actor says: “I grew up doing University Challenge in a very competitive family of people doing it.”

Daniel say it’s left him with a wealth of knowledge, but admits when the show reaches the quarter finals he struggles to answer as many questions!
Who else wants to see Daniel make a special appearance on University Challenge?

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Dan and cast in rehearsals for Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
Marcie / Feb 7th, 2017

With the first performance of Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead less than a month away, take a look at some of the action from inside the Rehearsal Room. Pictures are available in multiple sources and in our gallery.

Against the backdrop of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, this mind-bending situation comedy sees two hapless minor characters, Rosencrantz (Daniel Radcliffe) and Guildenstern (Joshua McGuire), take centre stage with David Haig as The Player. Increasingly out of their depth, the young double act stumble their way in and out of the action of this iconic drama. In a literary hall of mirrors, Stoppard’s brilliantly funny, existential labyrinth sees us witness the ultimate identity crisis.

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead runs from 25 February – 29 April.

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Rehearsals for Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
Marcie / Jan 16th, 2017

Rehearsals for Tom Stoppard’s new play ‘Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead’ have begun. The play is set to be at the Old Vic in London. Previews start February 25 to March 6. Down below are pictures of the Script thanks to Dan’s Google Plus and the company via The Old Vic Facebook page.

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Big thanks to Amy
Marcie / Jul 22nd, 2016

I wanna thank my best friend Amy Duelly who helped me wrap up the birthday project video. Thanks to her for her ideas and for helping me when I was lacking motivation during this heatwave we’ve been having. Also I added a few new things for you in the gallery the latest is captures from Imperium including 1 new still, shots from the View appearance which premieres August 15, and Opening Night from Privacy. Tomorrow I will be posting the birthday video so until then enjoy.

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Marcie / Jul 2nd, 2016

Privacy had its first showing tonight. Several pics from social media are popping up. Credit to: keepcalmand3825, aesthe_, nut_krukowski, jennarosebery and silverlakedogs


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Equus Flashback
Marcie / Jun 16th, 2015

T. Ryder Smith who was Frank in Equus posted a few offstage photos. There’s a group portrait of the cast of Equus, One of T Ryder and Dan on closing night and another shot with gift scarves. You can see them posted below.

Gallery Link:
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Concert adaptation for How to Succeed
Marcie / Feb 17th, 2015


A new series of musicals reimagined as concerts will take place later this year, starting with How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying performed at the Royal Festival Hall.

The concert will feature the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Mike Dixon, alongside an ensemble of yet to be announced performers.

Co-produced by Elliot Davis and concert promoters Senbla, the show will play for one night at the Royal Festival Hall on May 19.

Senbla managing director Ollie Rosenblatt said: “Bringing this show to the London concert stage is a great privilege. To start work on a production that has stamped itself firmly as one of the great shows in the history of musical theatre is hugely exciting, and this being one of many more musicals in concerts we will be producing we hope this will be a new form of entertainment for the public to get their teeth into”.

Davis added that the concert series “will see us honing in on the timeless classics of musical theatre and bringing them to concert in London with the best orchestras, casts and creative teams we can assemble”.

Further shows in the series have not yet been announced.

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying – which was revived on Broadway in 2011 in a production starring Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette – features music and lyrics by Frank Loesser and a book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, and Willie Gilbert.

Source: thestage.co.uk

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Cripple of Inishmaan and What if
Marcie / Jul 21st, 2014

The last show for the Cripple of Inishmaan was yesterday and while a few of my friends said the last days were hectic. A lot of pictures from backstage, the stage door and whatever else may have you were splashed everywhere from facebook, to tumblr to twitter and instagram.

The anticipation from the What if Premiere in Toronto today with Daniel appearing at the premiere will be the highlight of today’s news. Yesterday we gave away tickets to two people: Shirley and Anika for them and their guest. I hope they enjoy the premiere, and have fun.

Today’s news is from MTV: Daniel Radcliffe Doesn’t Think About His ‘Harry Potter’ Co-Stars Getting Naked and a new clip from What if featured on Vulture’s website.

Thanks to a friend of mine, Erica for donating photos from the Trevor Talk Back during the Cripple of Inishmaan. Also added more from the Cripple of Inishmaan Stage Door as well.

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Horns release date and poster
Marcie / Jul 16th, 2014


We finally got our release date for the USA, Horns will be released October 31, 2014 and a new poster came out with it too. You can read more info at comingsoon.net.

Yesterday was the Trevor Project talkback at The Cripple of Inishmaan. Pictures were released from that at the Cripple of Inishmaan facebook page, you can view the 20 pictures there, here.

A few new articles have been released as well from theatremania: Final Bow: Daniel Radcliffe on Saying Goodbye to Cows, Eggs, and Broadway’s The Cripple of Inishmaan, Mashable: Daniel Radcliffe on Adam Driver’s ‘Star Wars’ Role: He’s ‘Brilliant at Improvising’, Vulture: Daniel Radcliffe on What If, Rom-Coms, and Eminem, and Oprah: 5 Facts About Daniel Radcliffe That Will Surprise You.

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HLN Tv Interview
Marcie / Jun 28th, 2014

While Harry Potter might be the role Daniel Radcliffe is best known for, it’s Broadway where this young actor is currently making his mark. HLN’s Jon Sarlin (@jonsarlin) caught up with Radcliffe in New York to talk about his performance in his third Broadway play, “The Cripple of Inishmaan”.

Radcliffe plays the role of Billy Claven, a crippled orphan in 1930s rural Ireland, who tries to escape the island in search of a rumored Hollywood film set nearby. Radcliffe describes Martin McDonagh, the play’s writer whose credits also include the movies “In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths,” as “one of the smartest, funniest writers around.”

The 24-year-old actor also talks about what life is like for him in New York, why he isn’t deciding between London and New York just yet and what thing New Yorkers just refuse to do that amazes him.

Source: hlntv.com

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Frankenstein gets retitled to Victor Frankenstein
Marcie / Jun 17th, 2014

James-McAvoy Fox’s Frankenstein is now officially titled “Victor Frankenstein,” and the official synopsis has been revealed:

“James McAvoy is Victor Von Frankenstein and Daniel Radcliffe stars as Igor in a unique, never-before-seen twist on Mary Shelley’s classic 19th century novel. Told from Igor’s perspective, we see the troubled young assistant’s dark origins, his redemptive friendship with the young medical student Victor Von Frankenstein, and become eyewitnesses to the emergence of how Frankenstein became the man—and the legend—we know today.”

Directed by Paul McGuigan (Lucky Number Slevin) from a script written by Max Landis (Chronicle), Victor Frankenstein is set to be released on October 2nd, 2015.

On other news, The Cripple of Inishmaan Backstage Tour now has an extended video on the Cripple of Inishmaan Youtube page. Scans were also added from TV and Satellite Week Magazine, which you can view in our gallery.

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Go Backstage with Dan
Marcie / Jun 16th, 2014

Just below, EW has exclusive video of Harry Potter Radcliffe winding (not wanding) through the corridors of the Cort Theatre. You’ll see the seaside ship that occupies much of the foreground of Act I, the country store with yards and yards of canned peas — including the oft-mentioned Fripple Frapple candies that gangly townie Bartley (Conor MacNeill) harps on through the play – and a rather large and worrisome peephole, which has gotten the cast in trouble on a few occasions. DanRad also checks in on his Tony-nominated costar Sarah Greene, who plays the fire-haired and equally fire-breathing Helen — a woman who tortures the locals, including Radcliffe’s Cripple Billy. Thankfully, Greene is much kinder in real life than her character is. Our young star even lets us into his dressing room, where we learn what former Cort tenant Ian McKellen left for him — as well as why Cripple Billy is so in love with cows.

Source: EW

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Drama Desk Awards
Marcie / May 8th, 2014

The Drama Desk Award Nominee, Daniel Radcliffe is nominated for his role as Cripple Billy Claven in “The Cripple of Inishmaan” for Outstanding actor in a play. The Cripple of Inishmaan is also up for a nomination in Outstanding Revival of a Play. The Drama Desk and Tony Award winner Laura Benanti (“The Sound of Music Live!”, Gypsy, Women On The Verge of a Nervous Breakdown) will host the 59th Annual Drama Desk Awards on Sunday, June 1, 2014 at 8:00 PM at The Town Hall (123 W. 43rd Street).

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New York Live and the F Word
Marcie / Apr 29th, 2014

The Tony awards have released their nominations list Cripple of Inishmaan got 6 nominations for : Best Revival of a Play, Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play (Sarah Greene), Best Direction of a Play (Michael Grandage), Best Scenic Design of a Play (Christopher Oram), Best Lighting Design of a Play (Paule Constable), Best Sound Design of a Play (Alex Baranowski).

Season 2 for A Young Doctor’s Notebook and Other Stories is to be released in the US on Ovation this summer.

And Yahoo listed the 25 most anticipated films this summer and listed “What If” as number 20 on their list.

New photo thanks to Luke Newberry, our newest affiliate for donating a photo of Luke and Dan.

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Late Night with Seth Meyers
Marcie / Apr 29th, 2014

Here’s the new interview with Dan radcliffe on Seth Meyers. On our flickr I added 1920×1080 Captures from it. You can view those at our flickr account

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Another Successful Stint on Broadway for Daniel Radcliffe
Marcie / Apr 23rd, 2014


After last year’s release of the film Kill Your Darlings, and his current role as Billy in The Cripple of Inishmaan, it’s safe to say that Dan’s acting career has managed to avoid the pitfalls associated with early fame and child stardom. Leaving the more “mainstream” parts for his contemporaries, he has actively sought roles that challenge his acting abilities as well as the public’s perception of him. Dan’s understated charm and perseverance has aided in transporting him from the wizarding world of Hogwarts to the Broadway stages of NYC, with barely a pause between.

In 2008, while still involved with the Potter franchise, Dan stepped out from underneath Harry’s shadow to play the lead role in Equus- our first opportunity to see him as a serious thespian (and without his wizard robes). Three years later, he sought the limelight on stage again, this time in New York City. Again, he was trying something very new, and this time it was testing his song-and-dance skills in the lead role of the revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.

Last year, in an interview with the Denver Post, Dan said, “”In my experience the fans of Potter are an incredibly smart bunch. If you offer them challenging material — because the Potter books are challenging— if you treat an audience and fanbase with respect for their intelligence they will reward you with interest in what you’re doing.”

By taking his Potter fans with him as he explores the farther reaches of cinema and the stage, Dan has made a unique name for himself among other young actors. Dan has given his audience the opportunity to watch him take on more mature roles, diverse and unpredictable as they may be. His recent roles have undoubtedly led a new generation of young people to discover the pleasures of live theater (no surprise, since a guarantee of having Dan Radcliffe in the room may lead some to do almost anything).

In his newest role, Billy, in The Cripple of Inishmaan, Dan fleshes out the existence of a crippled youth living on the desolate Aran Islands of western Ireland. A “tragi-comedy,” the play follows Billy as he tries to change the course of his life by becoming involved in a Hollywood film set on the island. Here Dan has once again taken his fan base to previously uncharted territories, by showing American audiences his ability to display the cruelty, darkness, and very tender emotions that reside within his character. The playwright, Martin McDonagh, is an Irishman famous for capturing the dark side of life on the Emerald Isle, and while the juxtaposition between his work and that of the former boy wizard may seem striking, audiences have thus far responded very positively to Dan’s portrayal.

Departing from the stage for now, up next for Dan is a role in Frankenstein, another big-screen version of the infamous Victorian-era monster thriller, for which Dan will sport a shoulder-length hair-do. While he has admitted to having interest in eventually committing to a big film musical, talks of a Potter reunion, unfortunately, seem to still be rooted in fantasy.

Spencer Blohm is a freelance entertainment, pop culture, and lifestyle blogger for DirectTelevisionSpecials.org. In his free time he is busy attempting to train his owl to deliver packages for him. His efforts have, so far, yielded no results. Spencer lives and works in Chicago, IL.

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Outer Critic Circle Awards & More
Marcie / Apr 22nd, 2014

New stuff for today:

Cripple of Inishmaan up for two awards Nominations for the Outer Critic Circle Awards: Outstanding Revival of a Play and Outstanding Director of a Play (Michael Grandage)

A New article from New York magazine featuring Dan in his dressing room and what he has laying around:

What’s here: “I have a pillow my mom’s friend had made which has GOOD LUCK DAN in Gaelic and the island of Inishmaan on it. Plus Ricola, Listerine, and foam massage rollers. On How to Succeed, I learned when you’re doing a show eight times a week you’ve got to take care of your body.”

Plus some gifts: “My character talks quite a bit about cows—there’s a running joke—so I’ll probably end up with a lot of stuffed cows and bells. When I did Equus, I got horses, which I don’t understand because my character had a pretty weird relationship with horses. And the artwork you get at stage door is sometimes amazing and sometimes scary. People draw my eyes massive—sometimes I think, Jesus Christ, I look like anime.”

And The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is opening at Universal Studios Japan on July 15, 2014.

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More reviews and pics from the Cripple of Inishmaan
Marcie / Apr 21st, 2014

More reviews are pouring in from the Cripple of Inishmaan as well as pictures. Thanks to Lou Harry for sending us his review from IBJ.com/arts

Follow your muse through the door and you can bring a lot of people with you—including people who might not otherwise have know that the rooms you entered or created even existed.

All this is to say that I have enormous admiration for Daniel Radcliffe, who could have coasted in Hollywood. Instead, though, he’s parlayed Harry Potter popularity into a string of challenging roles on Broadway and in London. Now he’s back on Broadway, lending his considerable talents—and leading his considerable fan base— to a nearly impeccable production of Martin McDonagh’s tragicomedy “The Cripple of Inishmaan.”

And, at least as far as I could tell, even those who bought tickets just to be in the room with their favorite wizard, left the theater as breathlessly blissful as I—who never saw an entire Potter film—did.

You can read more of Harry’s Review at the following link

Here’s also another review with an audio feed from NPR: Daniel Radcliffe’s ‘Crippled’ Role Reaches Out To The Remote

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Opening Night for Cripple of Inishmaan
Marcie / Apr 21st, 2014

More stuff out for the opening of Cripple of Inishmaan,

A full video interview can be seen here and there’s also more photos on BroadwayWorld.com and Broadway.com

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Hope Is Hollywood, Out of the Blue
Marcie / Apr 20th, 2014

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The best gossip on Broadway these days is nothing you can read in the tabloids. You’ll have to hear it in person, and believe me, you’ll want to. This is very deep dish — layered with malice and kindness, truth and conjecture, and all the mixed motives that make human beings such endlessly intriguing subjects of speculation.

The forum for this fascinating tittle-tattle is the Cort Theater, where Michael Grandage’s splendid production of Martin McDonagh’s “The Cripple of Inishmaan” opened on Sunday night. By the way — and wouldn’t you know? — there’s a movie star involved, as there often is when a Broadway show generates much talk.

But the star in question, Daniel Radcliffe, isn’t here just to flex his charisma for fans. In the title role of this glimmeringly dark comedy from 1996, Mr. Radcliffe — the boy wizard in the immensely successful “Harry Potter” movie franchise — is entirely convincing as the boy who is regarded as least likely to succeed at pretty much anything in his God-forsaken rural Irish town.

Source: NYT

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Stage Door at the Cort
Marcie / Apr 15th, 2014

Thanks to our very own Amy Duelly for sending in photos from the Cort Stage Door. We have posted those in our exclusive section.

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Cripple of Inishmaan Preview
Marcie / Apr 14th, 2014

Several new pictures have been added to the gallery if your not a full member you will not see these. A few new articles have been posted on our facebook page, so be sure to go there and read those when you have a chance.

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Cripple of Inishmaan Press Junket
Marcie / Apr 5th, 2014

I’ve been doing a whole lot of capturing and capping from recent interviews Dan has done this week. I posted quite a bit of captures from The TimesTalks, Live with Kelly and Michael, Beside Still Waters Promo video, The Couch, Two Cripple of Inishmaan Press interviews from BroadwayWorld, Access Hollywood, Jimmy Fallon, and the Today show. You can preview it all on our Flickr. There’s one interview I haven’t done captures for so I’ll be sure to do that when time permits. If your looking for video on the following events, I’ll be sure to post those links for you once they have all been gathered.

As for the gallery you can view everything I gathered there as well from the following events up above.

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Marcie / Mar 30th, 2014

Here’s the streaming video feed that will activate tomorrow at Mon Mar 31, 2014 6:30pm – 8:00pm EDT / 3:30pm – 6:00pm PST

Once the event is streaming live video, the embed will automatically play the video, and when it’s over, it will link to the video archive.


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Cripple of Inishmaan and the F Word
Marcie / Mar 14th, 2014

For all my friends, who have been a pleasure to have. I was working on a project this week took approximately 5 days to put together with design and all but this is what I worked on for you. If you intend on seeing the play and do not want to be spoiled, please refrain from clicking the link as the summary of the play tells the story of Billy and the outline of the Cripple of Inishmaan. Words and phrases were gathered from various sources. You can view it all here at the link just make sure to click on the full screen icon to view in full screen otherwise it will look awkward if you just view it on the page.

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To view the guide click here or you can download it here.

The F Word for the USA has been renamed to What If, because of the MPAA. Canada and other Countries are keeping the F Word as its original title. This is set to be released August 1 along with Canada. You can read more about it at the source link below.

Source: Variety

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Latest Updates
Marcie / Feb 1st, 2014

Lots of stuff has went on this week: Dan’s Olympic Message, Kill Your Darlings Blu-Ray Info, Kill Your Darlings Release for Germany (January 31), Dan returning to Broadway for Cripple of Inishmaan, Simpson’s Episode for Diggs release March 9, New scenes for Kill Your Darlings: Meeting Jack and German Clip and Trailer, What’s on Stage Awards voting ends, Horns Poster and New Still, Tokyo Vice to shoot next year and possible reunion with Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan in College Republicans. Also a new press book for Kill Your Darlings Germany which you can download in our gallery.


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The Cripple of Inishmaan
Marcie / Jan 17th, 2014


MGC Futures has posted a diary with more outtakes from the Cripple of Inishmaan as well as set design and more. Also provided are short profiles about their characters with the play coming out to Broadway tickets are already on sale. But that’s not the end of it.

I’ve have found new photos from the production. And I will be updating A Young Doctor’s Notebook Season 2 with high res captures in 1080P.

You can read the MGC Futures Diary, Production Notes and more at MGC Futures. Tickets can be purchased here.

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Dan returning to Broadway in Cripple of Inishmaan
Marcie / Jan 16th, 2014

The Cripple of Inishmaan tells the story of a young handicapped boy from a small community off the coast of Ireland who dreams of Hollywood when a film crew arrives to make a documentary about a neighboring island. The cast includes Ingrid Craigie, Padraic Delaney, Sarah Greene, Gillian Hanna, Gary Lilburn, Conor MacNeill, Pat Shortt and June Watson.

The new production will run from April 12 (Preview Night) through July 20, with opening night scheduled for April 20 (just in time to make the cut-off for Tony Award nomination eligibility on April 24). In an interesting bit of ticketing news, the production will make 10,000 tickets available for $27 during the limited run.

The Cripple of Inishmaan, starring Radcliffe in the title role, is coming to Broadway’s Cort Theatre with the entire London cast.

Daniel Radcliffe made his West End debut in 2007 and Broadway debut in 2008-2009 in Peter Shaffer’s Equus. He returned to Broadway in 2011 for a 10-month sold out run in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Since completing the final installment in the series of eight Harry Potter films in 2010, Radcliffe has continued to prove himself a diverse and acclaimed talent. He stars in Sony Pictures Classics’, Kill Your Darlings, which, having premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, opened to rave reviews. He will next be seen starring opposite Zoe Kazan in CBS Films and eOne’s romantic comedy, The F Word, as well as starring opposite Juno Temple in the horror-thriller Horns, which is based on Joe Hill’s best-selling book. All three films were invited to screen at the recent Toronto International Film Festival. He is currently shooting Frankenstein with James McAvoy for Twentieth Century Fox. In 2012, Radcliffe starred in Hammer’s The Woman in Black, which has since become the most successful British horror film of all time, in addition to its box office success in the US. Last summer, in addition to starring in The Cripple of Inishmaan in the West End, he filmed the second series of Sky Art’s A Young Doctor’s Notebook, again opposite Jon Hamm (broadcast on Ovation in the US).

Source: EW, Broadway World and Broadway.com

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Dan’s just the man for Grandage
Marcie / Jun 13th, 2013

A throng of fans wait for Daniel Radcliffe at the stage door of the Noel Coward Theatre, hoping to snatch a quick photo of him or get an autograph.

They’ve been watching him and his cast mates in Martin McDonagh’s merciless black comedy The Cripple Of Inishmaan, a show full of bellyaches and heartache.

I found it funnier than when I first saw it 17 years ago.

It’s the third play in the inaugural season of the Michael Grandage Company, set up by Grandage (the former Donmar Theatre artistic director) and executive producer James Bierman.

The season started with Privates On Parade, followed by Peter And Alice. After Inishmaan comes A Midsummer Night’s Dream in September, and Henry V in November — starring Jude Law.

Director Grandage is thrilled with Radcliffe, and when I mentioned Sarah Greene (pictured with Daniel) — who plays the acerbic egg-breaker Helen — he went all giddy.

‘She’s going to be an absolute white hot talent!’ he exclaimed.

He’s right, too; but the entire company works beautifully.

Grandage and Bierman are pleased they have established a youth company, training posts for up-and-coming directors and designers, plus free shows for schools from disadvantaged areas.

The biggest hit, though, was the release of 100,000 tickets for £10 each, many of them snapped up by first-time theatre-goers.


Source: dailymail.co.uk

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Cripple of Inishmaan Teaser
Marcie / Apr 30th, 2013

New video has come out for the Cripple of Inishmaan as Dan rehearses for the play. He did some promotional work yesterday which was made for this teaser. I assume we should expect a lot more coming from the MGC. I absolutely cannot wait.

Second video: MGC Cripple of Inishmaan – Hollywood

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The Cripple of Inishmaan
Marcie / Mar 7th, 2013

Posted some information about the Cripple of Inishmaan for those that would like to know more about it you can go to our news archive where you can read your latest news on Dan’s career. Below is a snippet from one of the articles I posted, there’s also a link to a pdf for download.

On another note I posted some artwork given to us by Barbara G. who kindly offered her work to us and for those who have graciously helped us I appreciate it all. Thank you to the ones who I do all this for. Love you guys and my Dan Rad girls. :heart:

‘Harry Potter’ star Daniel Radcliffe stars in ‘The Cripple of Inishmaan’ before Grandage rounds off his run with two Shakespeare classics: ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, with David Walliams as Bottom and Sheridan Smith as Titania, and ‘Henry V’, with Jude Law in the title role.

Other Shakespeare productions in 2013 include ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ at the Old Vic, starring James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave, and ‘Othello’ at the National Theatre, with Adrian Lester in the lead. Inspired by Macbeth, Alfred Jarry’s excoriating ‘Ubi Roi’ comes to the Barbican, while Antony Sher – famous for his villainous portrayal of Richard III back in the 80s – takes on the role of a minor German dictator in ‘The Captain of Kopenick’.

Source: digitaljournal.com

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Online Auction for How to Succeed Bear
Marcie / Mar 11th, 2012

An online auction has started for How to Succeed signed bear by Daniel Radcliffe, Darren Criss and Nick Jonas. You can go here to bid on the bear.

There hasn’t really been much news and I am sort trying something different with my artwork. You can view the new designs I will be making here. Thanks to Catherine who submitted 6 wonderful pieces of Graphic art. They had been posted in the media section. I am sort of going back to what hasn’t been posted here. Some stuff from France and Russia have been coming up so that has been post on our FB Page. So if anything new pops up I’ll post it on our facebook page.

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Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade
Marcie / Nov 23rd, 2011

The parade starts at 9 am (PST) and is approximately 3 hours long on channel 4.1, Tomorrow 11/24/11. Check your local listings for the correct time in your area.

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250th Performance of How to and New York Musical Theatre Festival 8th Season Awards Gala
Marcie / Nov 7th, 2011

49 HQ and 7 MQ photos added of the 250th Performance Celebration of How to Succceed in Business Without Really Trying. And 4 HQ and 14 MQ of the New York Musical Theatre Festival 8th Season Awards Gala.

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How to Succeed Special Performance
Marcie / Sep 21st, 2011

How to Succeed will be performing on Thursday, October 6 for a special benefit performance for The Trevor Project.

There will be a talkback with Daniel Radcliffe, members of the cast and a representative from The Trevor Project immediately following the show, as well as an auction of exclusive show merchandise and props signed by Daniel and the cast.

Source: Telecharge

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New Layout and Birthday Projects
Marcie / Jun 25th, 2011

First off, I hope you love the new layout. It took me 3 tries, but I finally got one I liked. You can see the other two layouts I did on our facebook page. I added two links on our facebook page about Mira’s and Maripy’s birthday projects for Dan. So this down below explains what’s needed. I also added 10 MQ pics of the Lord and Taylor Window Display.

Mira of danielradcliffe.de and Maripy of gradcliffe.net created birthday projects for Dan and they need our help. We’ve never did a birthday project for Dan so I think it would be good to join in their’s. They need more participants for their projects, so if you have some free time please check these two links: Mira | Maripy. I myself will be participating in both projects. Cause it takes a lot to get people so, I hope you will join me and help celebrate the man we all love for his 22nd birthday with a few choices words, drawings or whatever you can help with.

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100th Show Cancelled for How to Succeed!
Marcie / Jun 22nd, 2011

Tonight was to mark the 100th performance of HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING, but BroadwayWorld has confirmed that tonight’s performance was cancelled. After approximately an hour’s delay, Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette told the audience that the performance would not be taking place, citing a “tragedy within the company.”

Several reports (including The New York Times) outline an accident or medical emergency that occured backstage. The incident has been classified by some as a serious injury – however, the emphasis on these early reports should be on the fact that they’re unsubstantiated as of yet.

A statement is expected shortly from the production, and more information will be posted as soon as it becomes available.

Source: broadwayworld.com

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How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying Window Unveiling
Marcie / Jun 22nd, 2011


Come watch Daniel Radcliffe, John Larroquette and Rose Hemingway unveil our Fifth Avenue windows, inspired by their hit Broadway show, “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying.”

BONUS: The first 75 people to purchase $300 or more of cosmetics or fragrances ?at our Fifth Avenue store will receive two free tickets to the show. Plus, the first 100 people to make a cosmetics or fragrance purchase of $75 or more will receive a free copy of The 50th Anniversary Revival Cast Recording of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”*

Source: intheknow.lordandtaylor.com

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Soundtrack Info. For How to Succeed
Marcie / May 30th, 2011

The soundtrack for HOW TO SUCCEED is now available for purchase at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre at the merchandise table, for those attending. The album will be available for digital download on Amazon tomorrow, May 31, 2011 and the CD will be officially released June 7, 2011.

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H2S Soundtrack and MTV Promo
Marcie / May 24th, 2011

There are now previews of the How to Succeed Soundtrack on Amazon. Along with better video of the MTV Promo.

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Date release pushed for How to Succeed in Business Cast Album
Marcie / May 24th, 2011

The Broadway revival cast album of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, starring “Harry Potter” actor Daniel Radcliffe and Tony Award nominee John Larroquette, will now be digitally released May 31, one week later than previously announced.

Grammy-winning record producer Robert Sher produced the album of the Frank Loesser score, which was originally slated for a May 24 on the Decca Broadway label. The album will now be available for digital download May 31 and will arrive in stores June 7.

Source: Playbill


(Edit) – I finally updated the movie soundtrack page and added H2S Cast Album, i wrote down the lyrics for Brotherhood of Man Dialog 1 and 2 are from the Today show and The View. Just thought you should know in case your interested in singing along with Dan. I might be releasing a video soon on it too. Although not sure yet. Will see.

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Mulligan focuses on what’s left after humanity after Earth is invaded and attacked by aliens. Those left standing believe it’ll be an opportunity to do things right the second time around — but they lack the fundamentals of how to take care of themselves.
Dan as Sebastian
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It tells the story of a world in which archaeologists are massive celebrities and the coolest people on the planet.

Dan as Dean Caldwell
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A mountain climber sets out to scale the Dawn Wall of the El Capitan rock formation in Yosemite National Park.

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