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Cherry Jones | EclipseMagazine
Broadway’s at it again breathing new life into an American classic with a revival of Tennessee Williams very own The Glass Menagerie. Recently I had the great pleasure to sit down with some of the cast (Zachary Quinto, Cherry Jones) and the director (John Tiffany) of this timeless tale to discuss the appeal of Williams and how a production written so long ago sustains the test of time with audiences of every generation.
The Glass Menagerie opens Thursday, September 26th at the Booth Theater.
In Awake [NBC, Thursdays, 10/9C], B.D. Wong’s Dr. John Lee and Cherry Jones’ Dr. Judith Evans have the unenviable and possibly fruitless task of trying to guide the unwilling Detective Michael Britten [Jason Isaacs] to accept one of their worlds as real and the other as a dream.
Earlier this week, Wong and Jones talked with a group of journalists/bloggers about their roles in NBC’s unique and addictive new series. Find out what they had to say – and check out the first seven minutes of tonight’s premiere – after the jump.
It seems that all the major networks saved their best shows for mid-season. In the case of NBC, they were holding back the season’s best new series, Awake [Thursdays, 10/9C] – a startlingly intelligent show about a police detective who is living two lives – in two worlds – simultaneously.
NBC is scheduling the premiere of unique drama Awake for Thursday, March 1st in the 10-11 pm timeslot. It’s a huge gamble, thrusting a rookie series into such a volatile evening – and against some heavyweight opposition.
The series stars Jason Isaacs [Harry Potter, Brotherhood] as a police detective who finds himself living two different lives – or the same life in two different versions of the world following a family tragedy.
Ever since I saw a rough cut of the pilot/premiere at the beginning of last summer, I’ve been eagerly awaiting its appearance on NBC’s schedule. It’s one of the best pilots of the last five years. Details from the official NBC press release – and a cool clip – follow the jump.