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Listen to Jeff Daniels narrate a new Dave Eggers story.

Calling all Dave Eggers and Jeff Daniels fans alike: the two have teamed up for the audio release of Eggers’ new story, The Museum of Rain, published this month by McSweeney’s and Scribd Originals. Check out a brief excerpt below, or find the full version here. *. “Take them to...
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Jeff Daniels Will Kill It on Broadway Once Again

And now, we’re going to pester the agents of Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick until we get The Producers back together again. Jeff Daniels has become the latest A-lister to return to Broadway after the coronavirus pandemic, with the actor set to reprise his role in To Kill a Mockingbird in the fall. The New York Times reports that Daniels and his original co-star Celia Keenan-Bolger, who portray Atticus Finch and Scout Finch, respectively, will resume performances on October 5, 2021 and remain in their roles until January 2, 2022. The Times also notes that Scott Rudin, who produced Mockingbird’s initial Broadway run, will not be involved with this production, which comes after several exposés were published about his alleged abusive and bullying behavior. In April, Rudin said he was “stepping back” from his extensive work in the Broadway League, in order “to work on my issues.” With his theatrical reprise, Daniels now joins Bruce Spingsteen as two of America’s Dads who have returned to their defining Broadway shows after the pandemic shuttered the industry for more than a year. Again, not to mention Lane and Broderick, but …
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Jeff Daniels Returning to Broadway in ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of “To Kill a Mockingbird” will resume performances on Broadway on Tuesday, October 5, 2021, at the Shubert Theatre with Jeff Daniels reprising his role as Atticus Finch. “Over the course of the original year-long run, I felt a nightly privilege playing Atticus Finch,” Daniels said. “At...

Will Reopen on Broadway With Original Stars Jeff Daniels and Celia Keenan-Bolger

Aaron Sorkin's stage adaptation of Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird will resume performances at Broadway's Shubert Theatre October 5. The production, which has been closed since March of last year due to the pandemic, will welcome the return of two of its original stars: Tony nominee and Emmy winner Jeff Daniels as Atticus Finch and Celia Keenan-Bolger in her Tony-winning performance as Scout Finch. Tony winner Bartlett Sher directs. Complete casting will be announced at a later date.

'To Kill a Mockingbird' to reopen with Jeff Daniels

Jeff Daniels and Celia Keenan-Bolger, the original stars of "To Kill a Mockingbird," will be flocking back to Broadway when the show resumes performances on Oct. 5. Producers of the hit show based on Harper Lee's classic novel announced on Thursday that Daniels will reprise his role as Atticus Finch and Tony Award winner Keenan-Bolger will again play Scout. The two actors starred in "Mockingbird" from November 2018 through November 2019. They were replaced by Ed Harris and Nina Grollman, who were still in the show when Broadway theaters were shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. Greg Kinnear had been scheduled to take over as Atticus in April 2020.
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Emmy Watch: How Quiet Man Jeff Daniels Faced Down Bombastic Brendan Gleeson in ‘The Comey Rule’

The mark of a great actor is the ability to deliver a powerful performance, even without a lot of noise. That’s what Jeff Daniels does in Billy Ray’s ripped-from-the-headlines two-part limited series “The Comey Rule,” which hit Showtime September 27, 2020 for maximum impact ahead of the November election. For this docudrama, Daniels took on a well-known figure in recent American history — FBI Director James Comey — who went toe-to-toe with President Donald J. Trump (Brendan Gleeson), who infamously fired Comey in May 2017.

Kraken Should Consider Hurricanes’ Jeff Daniels for Head Coach

The Seattle Kraken have less than three months to name a head coach in time for the July 21 NHL Expansion Draft. THW has profiled a few possible candidates, from front-runners like Bruce Boudreau and Gerard Gallant to a possible dark horse in Colorado Avalanche assistant Nolan Pratt. Carolina Hurricanes...

Joe Bonamassa to release 'Now Serving: Royal Tea Live From The Ryman' ft. intro by Jeff Daniels

Last year when COVID-19 put the live touring industry on hold, guitar hero Joe Bonamassa did something unprecedented for his fans – he put together a one-night-only show at the iconic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN to be live-streamed for fans everywhere. That night he united people across 44 countries worldwide for a phenomenal live music presentation of his brand-new album “Royal Tea” before it was even released. The concert was re-mixed and mastered for physical release as “Now Serving: Royal Tea Live From The Ryman” on June 11th and will be available to own on CD, DVD, Blu-Ray and Double LP. The DVD will include a film introduction narrated by actor Jeff Daniels. To pre-order, visit The stellar performance includes 12 incredible live tracks, featuring the best from his latest studio release Royal Tea, Joe’s 24th #1 record on the Billboard Blues chart, which was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London. It also includes 3 electrifying tracks from his 20th anniversary album A New Day Now. Get your serving and relive the excitement time and time again with this once-in-a-lifetime release from one of the most celebrated Blues Rock entertainers!
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Showtime in Ambridge; Jeff Daniels series to film at old police station

AMBRIDGE — It's Showtime in Ambridge, with a new TV series starring Jeff Daniels set to film in the borough. Any residents walking or riding past the former Ambridge police station on Merchant Street this past weekend probably noticed new signs hanging from the building, declaring it the Buell Municipal Building and Buell Police Station.