Jefferson Mays, Jennifer Ehle, and More on Bringing the "Extraordinary Tale" of Oslo to Broadway

Bartlett Sher directs J.T. Rogers' acclaimed drama.

In the summer of 2016, J.T. Rogers' drama Oslo premiered at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, the off-Broadway auditorium of Lincoln Center Theater. Bartlett Sher's production of this political thriller, which follows the nine-month process of creating the 1993 Oslo peace accords, received such acclaim that LCT has moved the show upstairs to the Vivian Beaumont Theater, its Broadway house. On opening night, stars Jennifer Ehle, Jefferson Mays, Anthony Azizi, and others discuss what Mays calls an "extraordinary tale" — one that happens to be pretty funny too.

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