Taut Drama of 'Oslo' | WFUV
With tensions mounting all over the globe, it may be a perfect time for the play Oslo to open at the Vivian Beaumont at Lincoln Center The.
Why Doing Two Shows at Once Brought Out the Best in Tony Nominee Jefferson Mays
“Every play you do is a rehearsal for the next play you do,” says Tony Award winner Jefferson Mays. If that's the case, Mays has been in rehearsal for the last nine months. Last spring, he began literal rehearsal for Off-Broadway's Oslo, the new play ...
The story unfolds through Larsen (Jefferson Mays) and his wife, Mona Juul (Jennifer Ehle), also a diplomat. Larsen believes that the U.S.-facilitated talks between Israel and Palestine are destined to fail because they are organized under a model of ...
The Early History of One Actor Playing A Shit Ton of Roles In A Single Film
Film School Rejects
It's phenomenal — least of all because of Jefferson Mays, who, through the dark art of quick-changes, plays the entire D'Ysquith family (imagine my delight when he popped up in Inherent Vice!). Why am I bringing this up? Because about one minute into ...