Sadly, he’s not headed there for “Grey’s Anatomy: The Musical” (although we admit we would pay to see that).
No, T.R.'s post-"Grey's" life includes a starring role in the revival of David Mamet’s play, “A Life in the Theater,” in which he will portray a novice actor opposite Patrick Stewart's portrayal of a more mature stage actor who mentors the growing thespian. This is the first time Mamet's 1977 work will be performed on Broadway.
Rehearsals are slated to begin in August, and previews are expected to begin in September. An official opening date is expected in October.
only for T.R Knight
I was 5 times at the show "A life in the Theatre" and it was great, wonderfull,p.s i live in switzerland. in the last 5 month i was 4 times in new york
Our life is a stage.Stage is the base of acting.
Good Luck T.R. ... you made the right decision to leave that show...it's on its way out anyway!
Grey's Anatomy, critically acclaimed???? Somebody has been smoking Shonda Rhimes' droppings. Yeah, because she's such a genius compared to David Mamet.
THIS is what he left a critically acclaimed, nationally televised, hit show to do?! It's the role that stands out on Broadway, never the actor.
I do miss him on Grey's Anatomy but I'm happy that he's finding work. Sometimes when actors leave a hit show, it takes them a long time to find work elsewhere so good for him!
A gay guy on broadway. What's the big deal?
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