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The Good Wife shook things up when the legal proceedings moved out of the courtroom and into the Coroner's Office in "Invitation to an Inquest."
This was an odd hour of the legal drama. The Coroner's Inquest was an intriguing idea, but the almost endless theories about what happened to Judge Ludwig were too much.
Negligence, drinking, drugs, mobile phone use, black ice, bad lighting, suicide, scorned lover, scorned wife... and it all came down to a random drunk driver running him off the road. Did I forget any of the theories? There were so many of them.
Initially, I thought the restrictiveness of the three-question rule would provide entertainment, but even that left me wanting more. And, unless I miscounted, the prosecutor asked Mrs. Ludwig more than three questions. Why was she not restricted to the rule? Even if it was allowed, the attorneys should have questioned it. In the end, »
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Jenna Fischer has her post-Office plans in order! After the hit NBC series ends in May after 9 seasons, Fischer will make her theater debut in director Neil Labute's new off-Broadway play Reasons to Be Happy at the McC Theater in NYC. The 39-year-old actress shared the news earlier today via Twitter, writing, "Very excited to share what I'll be doing post-Office!" According to the theater's website, Fischer will star in the stage production alongside Katie Holmes' Dead Accounts costar Josh Hamilton, In Plain Sight star Fred Weller and Gcb's Leslie Bibb. The "funny, surprising, and poignant" play follows a former couple "navigating the rocky landscape of »
The Office may be coming to an end, but Jenna Fischer will start a run in a Neil Labute play off-Broadway this spring. She’s set to star in the world premiere of Reasons to Be Happy, a companion piece to Labute’s Tony-nominated reasons to be pretty, alongside Leslie Bibb, Josh Hamilton, and Fred Weller for McC Theater. Performances run from May 16 through June 23 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.
Three years after breaking up, Steph (Fischer) and Greg (Hamilton) start wondering if they should try again — only she’s married to someone else and he’s just started dating her best friend, »
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After ending her long run as Pam on The Office, Jenna Fischer will mark her stage debut Off Broadway in Neil Labute's Reasons to Be Happy. The actress will star alongside Leslie Bibb, Josh Hamilton and Fred Weller in the McC Theater production, which goes into previews May 16 and opens June 11 at the Lucille Lortel Theatre. A closing date is scheduled for June 23. The play is a sequel to Labute's Tony-nominated 2008 drama Reasons to Be Pretty, picking up three years later as Steph (Fischer) and Greg (Hamilton) ponder a reconciliation even though the two are partnered-up with others. Adding to
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Dana Delany, star of "Body of Proof," will star in the world premiere of "House of Cards" creator Beau Willimon's "The Parisian Woman" at South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa, the theater announced Friday. "The Parisian Woman," will be directed by Pam MacKinnon ("Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," "Clybourne Park") and will also feature Steve Culp, Linda Gehringer and Rebecca Mozo. It will run April 14 to May 4 on Scr's Julianne Argyros Stage. Also read: Frederick Weller, Josh Hamilton Join Cast of Neil Labute Play 'Reasons to Be Happy' (Exclusive) Like »
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Frederick Weller, who starred in the USA series "In Plain Sight," will return to the stage as part of the cast of Neil Labute's "Reasons to Be Happy" at off-Broadway's McC Theater. Josh Hamilton, (right) who appeared on Broadway opposite Katie Holmes and Norbert Leo Butz in "Dead Accounts," also will join the cast of the world premiere sequel to Labute's "Reasons to Be Pretty," an individual with knowledge of the production told TheWrap. Also read: Neil Labute Writing, Directing 'Reasons to Be Happy' for 2013 Off-Broadway Bow (Exclusive) Labute will direct »
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