Daniel Radcliffe talks theater and New York
In a new interview with HLN, Daniel Radcliffe discusses his third theater stint on Broadway. When asked what attracted him to The Cripple of Inishmaan, Radcliffe talks about working with the writer Martin McDonagh, stating,
He’s one of the smartest, funniest writers around… and the way he mixes comedy and darkness, particularly in this play, I feel, is amazing.
He is then asked what he thinks about New York, to which he says,
It’s a nice place for me just because I have done a lot of theater here as well so, I’m known for not just Harry Potter but also for the sort of theater stuff in New York it feels like, so… I enjoy that aspect of it.
He is also asked if he’s comfortable with being recognized on the streets. He replies,
Absolutely! I mean, occasionally people will come up and ask for a picture or whatever, but most of the time it’s absolutely fine, and most of the time people are really polite and sweet about it.
Click here to watch the interview and find out what else was discussed.