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(February 24, 2005 - July 3, 2005) "The Glass Menagerie," dramatic revival, written by Tennessee Williams, directed by David Leveaux, with Jessica Lange (portraying The Mother, Amanda Wingfield); Josh Lucas (portraying The Gentleman Caller, Jim O'Connor); Sarah Paulson (portraying The Daughter, Laura Wingfield); and Christian Slater (portraying The Son, Tom Wingfield); on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA. (149 total performances, including 29 previews beginning February 24, 2005)

(2007) Guest-starred in an Off-Broadway production of "Spalding Gray's Stories Left to Tell" at the Minetta Lane Theater.

(December 2006) Release of the Audiobook, reading Ernest Hemingway's "Green Hills of Africa," by Simon & Schuster Audio, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.

(October 13, 1998 - November 29, 1998) "Corpus Christi," dramatic play, written by Terrence McNally, directed by Joe Mantello, with Michael C. Hall (portraying Peter et al); Ken Leung (portraying James the Less et al); Josh Lucas (portraying Judas); and others in the cast; Off-Broadway at the New York City Center-Stage I, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA (56 performances). *A retelling of the Passion play with a young gay man named Joshua filling in for "Jesus." Josh said he was viciously mugged on his way to the dress rehearsal and performed the public shows with a bandaged broken nose and black eyes, which members of the audience thought was part of the production.

(September 30, 2008 - November 9, 2008) "Fault Lines," written by Stephen Belber, directed by David Schwimmer, with Noah Emmerich (portraying Joe); Dominic Fumusa (portraying Jim); Josh Lucas (portraying Bill); and Jennifer Mudge (portraying Jess); Off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theater, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.

(September 2013-present/2014) Large series of TV commercials for Home Depot (voiceover).

(July 2014) TV commercial, "Rock and Roll," for Behr Paint from Home Depot (voiceover).

(November 2014) TV commercial, "Reality Check - Kids will be Kids, Dogs will be Dogs," for Behr's Paint from Home Depot, and a special on one gallon cans and five gallon buckets of Glidden Paints (voiceover).

(November 2014) TV commercial, "Let It Snow," for power tools from Home Depot, and a special on Ryobi drill kits (voiceover).

(November 2014) TV commercial, "Black Friday is Here Early," for home appliances from Home Depot (voiceover).

(November 27, 2014 - Thanksgiving Day) TV commercial, "Black Friday is Finally Here," for power hand tools, toys for the big kids, from Home Depot (voiceover).


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