Richard narrates David Hewson’s essay on the Romeo and Juliet you didn’t know in an article on audiblerange.com.
In Time Magazine’s Top 10 Plays and Musicals of 2016 article Love, Love, Love is ranked #2.
A couple hook up in the free-spirited, drug-fueled ’60s, then (in two successive acts, spaced 20 years apart) see their marriage, kids and lives unravel. This piercing new play from Mike Bartlett (King Charles III), imported from London’s Royal Court Theater, is admirably lean and mean, a portrait both of two severely mixed up characters, and of an entire generation’s ambiguous legacy.
Richard live tweeted episode 7 of Berlin Station. We’ve put the tweets into storify:
We have added a 3-page transcript of Sling TV’s interview with Richard, and Michelle Forbes, for Berlin Station. This is a link to page 1. Please use the library’s thumbnails to navigate through the rest of the interview.
This is page 1 of our 2-page transcript of the KNUN9 Tina Jennings interview with Richard and Michelle Forbes for Berlin Station. Please use the thumbnails to go to page 2.
Here is the 1-page transcript of the Access Hollywood interview with Richard for Berlin Station.
We’ve uploaded screencaps from Berlin Station episode 1 to our Gallery.
Richard talks about Love, Love, Love with Broadwayworld.com.