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By PBS NewsHour
James Earl Jones, the 83-year-old acting legend who recently made his return to Broadway in the play "You Can't Take It With You," discusses the highs and lows of his six-decade-long career, from his modest beginnings suffering from a stutter…
By Andrew Mach
On Thursday, Oct. 2, PBS NewsHour's Jeffrey Brown will sit down for an interview with actor James Earl Jones, currently staring in "You Can't Take It With You" on Broadway in New York City, and we want your questions.
Actor Bryan Cranston is best known for his role on the hit AMC drama, "Breaking Bad." But today he plays President Lyndon B. Johnson in the Broadway show, "All the Way." In a candid interview, NewsHour's Jeffrey Brown sits down…
In his latest play "All The Way," playwright Robert Schenkkan takes on the complexities of President Lyndon B. Johnson during in his first year in office. In this web exclusive interview, NewsHour sits down with the Pulitzer prize-winning author to learn…
By Tracy Wholf
Bryan Cranston answers a few questions from viewers like you, including about his time on Broadway and life after "Breaking Bad."…
By Elisabeth Ponsot
On Thursday, PBS NewsHour’s Jeffrey Brown will sit down for an interview with actor Bryan Cranston, currently starring in "All the Way" on Broadway in New York City.
Ivette Feliciano visits a Theater Development Fund project that stages special performances for children with autism. On the set of Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark, producers and actors work with specialists to make the shows as close to the regular…
Jeffrey Brown sits down for a candid conversation with the celebrated composer and songwriter, Stephen Sondheim. The conversation took place at the prestigious MacDowell arts colony. In its 106 years, MacDowell has honored the likes of Aaron Copland, Philip Roth,…
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