VIDEO: GRACE's Paul Rudd Reads 'Letterman Top Ten' List
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GRACE star Paul Rudd delivered last night's Top Ten list on CBS's 'Late Show With David Letterman.' The list focused on an unfortunate event that took place at Grace's Cort Theatre last week, when a sickened audience member vomited from the balcony. As Letterman described it, "Kaboom... there's your Tony Award!" Below, check out the Broadway star sharing the "Top Ten Thoughts That Went Through Paul Rudd's Mind When An Audience Member Vomited" on last night's show!
Paul Rudd made his Broadway debut in Tony Award-winning The Last Night of Ballyhoo in 1997 and has since starred in Twelfth Night (1998), Three Days of Rain (2006) and Off Broadway in The Shape of Things (2001), among many other stage productions.
Grace, the acclaimed American play written by Award-winning writer Craig Wright (Mistakes Were Made, “Six Feet Under”) and directed by Dexter Bullard (Tracy Letts’ BUG), stars Paul Rudd and Academy Award nominee Michael Shannon, with Kate Arrington and seven-time Emmy Award-winner Ed Asner. The show started previews at the Cort Theatre (138 West 48th Street) on Thursday, September 13th, with an official opening night of Thursday, October 4, 2012.
A thrilling cast combines with one of theater's truly original voices, in this gripping dark comedy that asks: are we in control of our lives or is there something else at work? With scenes that careen from the serene to the suspenseful, Grace follows a wide-eyed young couple (Rudd & Arrington) as they start a new life in sunny, promise-filled Florida, with big plans to open a chain of Gospel themed motels. An agitated neighbor (Shannon) and a caustic exterminator (Asner) complete the eclectic foursome as destinies collide in this intensely entertaining and suspenseful journey toThe Edgeof your seat.