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"The Strangers" speech from The Book of Sir Thomas More for The Public Theater's Brave New Shakespeare Challenge.
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