The American Repertory Theater’s recent production of “The Glass Menagerie,” starring the Tony Award-winning actress Cherry Jones as Amanda Wingfield and Zachary Quinto as her son Tom, will transfer to Broadway this September for a 17-week run, the show’s New York producers confirmed on Thursday.
This revival of the Tennessee Williams play received strong critical acclaim during its wintertime run at the theater in Cambridge, Mass.; the New York producers – Jeffrey Richards and John N. Hart – quickly began eyeing a move to Broadway, but theater availability and the actors’ schedules dictated a fall 2013 opening. The production, directed by the Tony winner John Tiffany (“Once”), will begin preview performances on Sept. 5 at a Shubert theater to be announced later; opening night is set for Sept. 26, and the run is scheduled through early January 2014.
Zach is once again cover of AugustMan, photographed by Chiun-Kai Shih. So, we can expect a beautiful editorial..
The online cover have three versions, and you can see a glimpse of another one already published on Instagram. Can’t wait to see the full editorial!
Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine decided to have a competition to see who could get the most big words into their interview with Fitzy and Wippa.
Zach was the clear winner as Fitzy, Wippa and Chris Pine were all left shaking their heads at how he did it.
In the meantime we still managed to learn a lot about the upcoming release of Star Trek: Into Darkness, including what life is like for Zach when he’s got his Spock hair.
Zach and Chris were interviewed by australian Nova FM, and they published the audio on their website.
Star Trek Into Darkness just had its Australian premiere, and the first reviews for the film are starting to trickle in from critics. The consensus seems to be that the film is incredibly fun, and that Benedict Cumberbatch’s performance lives up to the hype.
A review from IGN said, “Cumberbatch himself has never been better. While he’s proven his ability at volatile emotional-detachment with his role in ‘Sherlock,’ he is, here, a true snake; an expressionless, sliver of a man whose mask only slips when he lunges for his prey.” The review also added, “While it may not be the most sophisticated of sci-fi spectacles you’ll see this year, ‘Into Darkness’ will certainly be one of the most fun.”
Also, MovieFone has debuted a new clip, featuring Chris Pine’s Captain Kirk piloting a smaller ship crewed by Zachary Quinto’s Spock and Zoe Saldana’s Uhura through some potentially deadly obstacles. Watch it below: