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Thanks to all who came out to The Headlands at LCT3!
"Wu gets to play his character in two different eras, [his] exquisite technical control lets him play that transition with stillness and nuance. [He] is sometimes a swoony heartthrob — his ’70s self swaggers like a ’40s Robert Mitchum — and sometimes a standard-issue ’80s dad. Wu adjusts his shoulders, and he becomes a different hero out of a different past. Johnny Wu’s George, beautifully played — more than enough to remember."
Helen Shaw, New York Magazine
"The Strangers" speech from The Book of Sir Thomas More for The Public Theater's Brave New Shakespeare Challenge.