Photo Courtesy of Joan Marcus
Photo Courtesy of Joan Marcus

The actor reflects on the abrupt final curtain that fell on ‘A Soldier’s Play’ five performances ahead of schedule when the coronavirus pandemic put out the lights on Broadway last week.

Now back home in Los Angeles with his daughter, the actor spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about reconnecting with the play, and the unusual separation process when its closing week was cut short. Thanks to a special private performance filmed for the video archive of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center, the company got to say their goodbyes.

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