Zach is in Pittsburgh, visiting Point Park University to produce ‘The Chair’. While he’s there, he did an interview to local Pittsburgh Action News about his hometown pride, and also his new producing project. Watch the videos in our archive, see screencaptures in our gallery, and read the article below:
At 36, Pittsburgh native Zachary Quinto has taken one of the most recognizable characters in popular culture and made it his own.
He has played Spock in both of director J.J. Abram’s “Star Trek” movies, first replacing the legendary Leonard Nimoy, who originated the role, in 2009. It was the first movie of Quinto’s young career.
“I feel like I am carrying a mantle and I do feel like Leonard is passing something to me and handing something off to me that I am … that I take seriously, that I respect for integrity. It comes back to integrity,” Quinto said.
So finally I’ve been able to upload the interview Zach did last February 14 to Morning Joe, to promote the final weeks of The Glass Menagerie. Yesterday was the final night, and I hope you all had a chance to see Zach on stage.
You can watch the interview in our archive, plus screen captures are up in the gallery.
Zachary Quinto took some time from his busy stage and screen schedule to visit Howard Stern’s Sirius/XM radio show earlier this week and discussed his acclaimed performance in the current hit revival of the Tennessee Williams drama THE GLASS MENAGERIE as well as the STAR TREK film series, his Production Company and much more as part of a new interview.
Listen to Zachary Quinto’s interview with Howard Stern below.
What about a pizza party with Zachary Quinto? Susan Blackwell got one, on this amazing new episode of Side by Side, with a very special participation of the whole Quinto clan: Harold, Noah & Skunk. Check video in our archive and screencaptures up in the gallery.
NY Times has posted back in September this amazing video, with Zach as Tom in a scene for ‘The Glass Menagerie’, accompanied with an article-review from the play as per its opening night.
Watch the video in our archive, caps in the gallery and read the article below.
How can something be this delicate and this strong, so elusive and yet so tenacious? That question radiates from John Tiffany’s stunning production of Tennessee Williams’s “Glass Menagerie,” which opened on Thursday night at the Booth Theater and promises to be the most revealing revival of a cornerstone classic for many a year to come.
The starry cast of the rapturously received Broadway revival of the Tennessee Williams classic THE GLASS MENAGERIE, directed by John Tiffany, discuss their favorite lines from the hallowed drama in a featurette released in promotion of the currently running production. Watch it: