Carrie Coon

The new play by Tracy Letts, Mary Page Marlowe, presents a narrative where the omissions are especially noticeable.
This Sunday is the airdate of the final episode of Season Two. Will all our questions be answered? Since I am shown script pages only for the scenes that Pillar Man appears in, I know little more than any other fan.
The saying "Be careful what you wish for" has that built-in caveat that should alert viewers of season two of HBO's often dark but seductively captivating drama, The Leftovers, which premieres on October 4.
Louise strolls into Jonathan's apartment, awkward and exhausted. She's still wearing her white lab coat from work. In fact, she almost never takes it off. It's her good luck charm, her safety blanket that gets her through days of sexually stimulating rats for research.
With Placebo, Melissa James Gibson, who's written some A-plus plays is intent on depicting the difficulty of keeping a love affair buoyant. The object of Louise's often-unrequited affection is Jonathan (William Jackson Harper), who appears to be housebound.
Last year's breakout stars found success in sensations like "Gone Girl," "The Fault in Our Stars" and "How to Get Away with
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For a three-hour play with two intermissions breaking up the play, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? keeps you engaged and wondering.