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Sirs Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen May Be Honorary New Yorkers, but They Don't Quite Get the Super Bowl
You can take the English gentleman out of the pitch, but you can't take the pitch out of the English gentlemen.
Forget the Super Bowl. Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart Are Handing Out Hot Chocolate Before Sunday's Waiting for Godot Matinee
Actually, you'll still have time to see the game. But there's no way it'll top being served a hot beverage by one of the sirs, Billy Crudup, or Shuler Hensley.
Five post-show discussions will take place beginning January 23.
Among other rulings, Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley will be considered eligible for their roles in both Waiting for Godot and No Man's Land.
Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart Extend Their Runs on Broadway in Waiting for Godot and No Man's Land
The existential comedies also star Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley.
Sir Patrick knows more dialects than any other actor…or animal…on Broadway.
Gogo and Didi do Christmas on Broadway.
Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, and Mark Rylance are among the British actors taking on multiple roles on Broadway this holiday season.
TheaterMania offers a sneak peek at the New York Public Library's newest tribute to Broadway's "Line King."
We cleaned out our fridge and found some slices of Michael Urie, a bit of Leslie Jordan, a few extra scoops of Robin De Jesús, and many more nearly forgotten treats.
Lord of the Rings Stars Join Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart for Broadway Openings of Two Plays in Rep
Orlando Bloom, Liv Tyler, Kyle MacLachlan, and Alan Cumming were among the VIPs at the Cort Theatre for No Man's Land and Waiting for Godot.
Two plays about nothing are really about everything in this well-acted and sensitively directed pairing of absurdist classics.
Looking Back Upon the Charming Bromance of Sirs Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart as They Return to Broadway
Tonight they open in the repertory revivals of Harold Pinter's No Man's Land and Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot.
More handy rules worth following — and breaking.
Flashback Friday: Welcoming Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, and Shakespeare's Macbeth Back to Broadway
Watch the Sirs recite the infamous "Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow" speech over three decades apart.
The stars of Broadway's Waiting for Godot and No Man's Land share a lifetime of wisdom on repertory theater, career longevity, and their famous bromance.
Patrick Stewart Visits The Daily Show to Promote His Broadway Shows and Explain That Lobster Costume
The adored British actor is currently gracing the New York stage opposite bestie Ian McKellen in No Man's Land and Waiting for Godot.
...He sure is enjoying his "Lobster Stew."
Patrick Stewart sits this one out…but offers up the next best thing.
Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen Enjoy an Introspective (Possibly Tipsy?) Afternoon in Sheridan Square
Using our super-sleuthy skills, we've detected a double-header for Gogo and Didi.
The knighted star of stage and screen did his part to make Brooklyn sidewalks just a little easier to navigate.
The two plays in rep also star Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley.
The dashing bowler-hatted duo's latest photo shows them double-fisting it at a New York bar.
It's not that they're too good to take the subway, they just love the fresh East River air.
The two sirs are officially indistinguishable from teenagers, and it's the greatest thing we've seen.
Not only is their friendship better than any of yours, they're also better New Yorkers.
The productions of No Man's Land and Waiting for Godot also star Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley.
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